It has juniper and other gin style botanicals but it is not a gin because it uses the malted barley spirit ie whisky new make spirit that would become the Nc'Nean Organic Single Malt.
This botanical spirit from Scotlands first 100% organic distillery Nc'nean was created with a combination of the distillery's barley spirit and ten botanicals, such as wild bog myrtle, sorrel, heather and thyme. It was distilled a third time by Beinn an Tuirc on the west coast and bottled at 40% ABV.
The signature serve recommends pairing 50ml of the spirit with tonic water, a dash of Angostura bitters, and a grapefruit slice garnish.
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100% Recycled clear glass bottle
100% Certified organic and vegan
A young single malt spirit which isn't quite old enough to be called whisky yet from Milk & Honey Distillery in Tel Aviv. This spirit has been matured in three types of casks: ex-red wine, bourbon and casks that were previously used to hold a smoky Islay whisky, all leading towards a tasty and complex flavour profile.
A peculiarly sophisticated gin distilled in Scotland with the essence of Bulgarian rose petals and cucumber. Delightfully fragrant with juniper notes more delicate than most. Best served with a slice of cucumber.
NOSE: Lashings of orchard fruits, baking spices and sticky toffee pudding, with notes of brown sugar, glazed cherries and citrus.
TASTE: Bursting with chocolate, coffee and heather honey, followed by notes of pepper, ginger and molasses, with banana and sultanas on the finish.
2022 Winner of the Best Single Malt Whisky Of The Year!
Aged in bourbon barrels, american and european sherry casks. Candied orange peel. Sweet vanilla. Ginger cake. Hints of cinnamon and barley sugar with a touch of fresh oak.
Try it! It's delicious!!
The Original is our classic single malt that truly champions our peated pursuit. Made with mainland peat from St. Fergus, the flavour contribution is sweeter than that anticipated of coastal peat. With an extended fermentation time of 160 hours, nearly triple the industry average, the whisky boasts flavour
rich, complex character. Aged in a combination of first-fill Bourbon barrels, American virgin oak casks and Rye barrels, the spirit clocks in at 35 PPM.
First-fill Bourbon barrels, American virgin oak casks and Rye barrels
NOSE: Baking spices, burnt honey and roasted coffee beans, leading to hazelnuts, smoked almonds and butterscotch.
TASTE: Wisps of sweet peat, with rich
chocolate and heather honey, followed by
cinnamon, ginger and oak-smoked sugar.
Resolute flavours of fine Oloroso sherry and bitter chocolate sauce, which has been spread liberally over homemade plum pudding. This is all infused with fabulous spicy notes - cinnamon, allspice and nutmeg. Full bodied with smooth tannins.
Distilled and filled into bourbon casks and then finished in calvados casks for two years. Being aged for two years in casks that previously held French cider has given this soft and honeyed single malt a certain certain magic has added a crunch, almost like an apple. Fresh crispness and sweetness of green apples together with candied fruit and citrus zest.
NOSE: Bursting with butterscotch, citrus and milk chocolate, with cinnamon, raisins, orchard fruits and ginger.
TASTE: Lashings of heather honey and cinnamon, followed by chocolate, lemon drops and caramelised brown sugar.
A 12 year old Glen Grant single malt, launched in mid-2016 with a rather sleek and handsome new bottle design. Still shows off the classic Glen Grant style - honey'd malt, sugared almond and ripe apple notes galore!
NOSE: Bursting with baked oats, butterscotch and toffee, with notes of cinnamon, gingersnaps and heather honey.
TASTE: Lashings of heather honey, orchard fruits and lemon zest, followed by white chocolate, cinnamon and ginger, with toffee and butterscotch on the finish.
A 2009-vintage Unnamed Speyside single malt from bottler Signatory Vintage that was made at a mystery distillery in Speyside and matured in a refill butt for 13 years, before being bottled in June 2022 as part of its Un-Chillfiltered Collection.
From the Ardbeg Distillery to Port Ellen and beyond, follow the rocky coast and you will discover the heavenly vista of Traigh Bhan (pronounced tri-van), the beautiful beach known locally as the Singing Sands
For this captivating place has soft white sands that sing beneath your feet, a hum that ebbs and flows with the winds and the tides. But beguiling as this place is, do not drop your guard. Bathing is ill-advised in the seemingly tame crystal waters where jagged, volcanic rocks pierce the sands along the shore.
Exceptionally rare, this small batch 19 year old Ardbeg displays notes of HERBAL PINE, bracing MINT CHOCOLATE and CITRUSY LEMON on the nose. A rich smokiness gives way to PEANUT BRITTLE and SMOKED CURRANTS, with waves of ANISEED, HAZELNUT, and PEPPER. A satisfyingly long finish brings with it notes of VANILLA FUDGE and CLOVE.
"Batch 4 is another incredible dram. Bottled under a full moon, tides have certainly shifted for this Traigh Bhan. More herbal and uniquely mentholic, this is a new take on our exquisite 19 year old series!" - Dr Bill Lumsden, Master Distiller
We are proud to present the latest expression to join our award-winning core range, The GlenAllachie 8-year-old. Guided by his half-century of experience, Master Distiller Billy Walker has implemented a philosophy of wood innovation and sourced the worlds finest casks to elevate the spirit to its optimum, delivering a truly exceptional single malt.
Created from a combination of Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso sherry puncheons along with a small quantity of Virgin Oak casks and red wine barriques, the resulting bronze spirit delivers sherry-matured sophistication.
The GlenAllachie 8 Year Old is bottled at 46%, non chill filtered and natural colour for maximum flavour experience.
Highland Park 12 Year Old remains one of the gold- standard malts for other distillery bottlings to aspire to. With a delicious sweetness (heather-honey is their preferred description) and a warming, silky mouthfeel, this is a whisky that never lets you down. "The greatest all-rounder in the world of malt whisky". Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson's Malt Whisky Companion
Sprinkles of ginger dance with barley sugar. Rich oak, sultanas and cinnamon waltz slowly to a soft and creamy finale.
Notes of dried fruits and spices from European oak harmonise beautifully with vanilla and caramel tones from American oak.
The Glenturret 15 Years Old combines mature refills with a selection of first fill European oak casks to create a rich whisky, laden with sweet fruits and spices at an elevated strength.
Toffee apple and tropical fruit. Peaches in syrup with hints of coconut. Vanilla sponge layered with fruit and spices leads to a warm finish.
Octomore 13.3 demonstrates the phenomenal force of flavour when combining super-heavy peat with the variable harvests gathered from the island of Islay, on one singular farm. Raised by friend and farmer James Brown, just two miles south of the distillery, this crop of Concerto barley was distilled in 2016 from the 2015 growing season, has been
patiently coaxed through our Victorian distillery before being filled into first fill ex-American oak casks and second fill European oak casks.
Working with Islay barley is always a privilege. The ability to present it in a single estate, single vintage, single malt is perhaps even more poetic. From year to year, Head Distiller Adam Hannett works with the base spirit bestowed upon him by the grower, together with natural factors; the changing climate and weather system, agronomic yield decided by marauding deer and hungry geese, and the terroir of the field itself.
This particular Octomore Islay barley has been matured in a foundational parcel of first fill ex-American whiskey barrels and a supplementary selection of second fill European oak casks, hailing from the Rivesaltes region of France and the Ribera del Duero region of Spain. This European oak gives more subtle structure to the spirit, while the
American oak allows the spirit to take centre stage. Expect vanilla and brown sugar, counterbalanced
with fresh and round green fruit notes. The smoke is, as ever, gentle and dry, building to a long
finish with hints of creosote and sea spray.
Triple distilled and matured in American bourbon oak for over eighteen years. A refreshing Lowland single malt whisky with the added infusion of ripe citrus and green tea and the warmth of toasted almonds.