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Blended Whisky - 70cl / 41.5%
A chillingly new, limited edition blend from Johnnie Walker inspired by Game of Thrones. Created by whisky specialist George Harper, alongside the small team of expert blenders at Johnnie Walker, this innovative whisky is best served directly from the freezer, echoing the chilling presence of the W…
Lowland - 70cl / 40%
Bladnoch Distillery have introduced a brand new blended whisky to the market. The Pure Scot is a blend of around 20 different Scotch whiskies, including a six-year-old from Bladnoch.
Japanese - 70cl / 40%
Speyside - 70cl / 55%
HIGHLY COLLECTABLE. THIS BOTTLE CAN NOT BE SHIPPED OUTSIDE THE EU. A unique bottling of Hazelwood Blended Scotch Whisky. Given to selected staff members of the company to celebrate the 110th birthday of Janet Sheed Roberts on August 13th 2011, the granddaughter of company founder William Grant. …
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Important Updated Information 15/9/2021 Whisky An A That Festival 2021. I have this week received confirmation from all the relevant bodies that we can proceed with the Whisky An’ A’ That Festival, now scheduled for Saturday 16th October.Allowing for the short time frame between confir…
Blended Whisky - 50cl / 43%
This is an experimental batch of Great King St by Compass Box. This one is experiment number "00-V4". Translated in to real terms, this has been finished in ex-sherry casks. Very tasty stuff, very fruity. The palate is awash with blueberry jam, ripe plums, McEwan's toffee and crystalised orange pee…
Blended Whisky - 70cl / 40%
After almost a century, Black Bottle has returned to its roots. Now with the heart of Speyside rather than Islay incorporated. Originally an Aberdonian whisky I think this blend is delicious and now showing all the qualities of a Highland blend. Soft and fruity with a depth of dark chocolate oran…was £20.99
Whisky Decanters - 70cl / 43%
The product presentation may show some signs of ageing. A Wade ceramic decanter produced to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Sheep 1991.