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Whisky (Whiskey depending on where it was produced) has become such a popular spirit worldwide over the last few decades, especially since the mid-nineties, that there has been a surge in the number of countires producing it.
Nations such as Ireland, Japan and the U.S.A. have a rich history of whisky production but now we are seeing production in more obscure places such as South Africa, India, France, New-Zealand, England and Holland.
Long may it continue!
Japanese - 70cl / 40%
American Whiskey - 75cl / 64.6%
A Rare Rye indeed ! Thomas H Handy has been a part of the Antique Collection since 2006, during that time it has won World’s Best Rye Whiskey award twice, and has been named Rye of the Year twice also. Uncut and unfiltered this was distilled in the spring of 2008. Aged 6 years and 3 months.
Kentucky Straight - 70cl / 45%
Colour: Brillaint copper. Aroma: Mildly sweet with hints of vanilla honey. Taste: Hints of toffee,berries and spice with fresh mint. Finish: Soft toasted oak, elegant and warm Tasting notes courtesy of Heaven Hill Distillers
American Whiskey - 70cl / 48%
An American single malt produced in Virginia at the Copper Fox distillery. This is made with malt which has been dried using apple and cherry wood.
French - 70cl / 42%
The oui (wee) brother to the Armorik Single Malt is this, Breizh blend. This dram is 50% Malt and 50% grain, a lovely blend indeed. Not quite Va Va Voom but definitely Va Voom...
French - 70cl / 46%
Va va voom...from across the English Channel comes this, the Armorik Single Malt. The distillery is situated in Bretagne in the north of France and the whisky has been double matured in firstly oak and then sherry casks. Rich and fruity on the nose. The palate is pleasant with citrus, apple and s…
Rye - 70cl / 40%
This Canadian whiskey has a lovely nip and pinch on the nose. The palate is smooth and light and mellow with rye malt flavours. The finish is long with a lot of bite.
Indian - 70cl / 46%
Layers of peat and smoke with youthful and muscular oak constantly reminding their presence. Fresh fruit and spices with a hint of maltiness. Pleasurable experience with peat maintaining its supremacy with fine tolerance of malt. Oak, fruit and spice. Tasting notes courtesy of Amrut Distilleries L…