Glenmorangie 10 Year old whisky with 2 Glasses

Glenmorangie 10 Year old whisky with 2 Glasses

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Glenmorangie 10 Year old whisky with 2 Glasses
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Glenmorangie Presentation Pack including

1 X 70cl Glenmorangie 10 year old

2 Branded Crystal whisky glasses

Bottler: Distillery

Region: Highland

Age: 10 years old

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 43%

Comes in a quality display case.

Glendronach 1992 Single Cask Whisky Exclusive

The Very First Single Cask Bottling from Glendronach Distillery.

Glendronach 1992 Single Cask Single Malt Whisky, Matured in Oloroso Sherry Butt

The first Official single cask Distillery Bottlings to be made available in the UK by The New owners Of Glendronach.

Each Bottle and Gift Tube is Individually Numbered and contains Personal Tasting Notes From The Author of The Whisky Bible, Jim Murray

Bottler: Distillery Exclusive to Parkers Whisky

Region: Speyside

Distilled: 1992

Bottled: 2009

Age: 17 years old

Cask Number: 401

Bottle Run: 626

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 58.8%

Tasting Notes From Jim Murray

Nose:
More than a hint of demerara rum to the rich, sherried nose. Molasses sweeten the high roast Java while the barley screams to make itself heard; the oak has a slightly unusual, mossy earthiness adding to the overall enormity;

Taste:
The palate is swamped in luxuriant, lush sugar-coated burnt raisins; wave upon wave of spice explode on the back of the tongue and roof of mouth. A big, sugary coating gives a distinct crispness to the rigid malt;

Finish:
The coffee, so well defined on the nose, returns here with even more molasses to sweeten it up. Excellent soft oils coat the roof of the mouth, ensuring a long fade as busy spices continue there lively assault. The juicy barley finale offers a welcome lightness and balance.

AnCnoc 12 year old single malt whisky

Bottler: Distillery

Region: Highland

Age: 12 years old

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 40%

TASTING NOTES

Nose: Soft, very aromatic with a hint of honey and lemon in the foreground.
Colour: Amber with a slight yellow hue.
Taste: Sweet to start with a fresh appetising fruitiness and a long smooth finish.

Wild Turkey bourbon 8 year Kentucky straight

Wild Turkey 8 year old Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. This bottle is also nicknamed the ‘The Kickin Chicken’ for its 101 proof kick.

Region: USA

Age: 8 year old

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 50.5% – 101 proof

Get your bottle of the ‘dirty bird’ for your liquor cabinet.

Paddy Irish Whiskey

Paddy whiskey is distilled three times and matured in oak casks for up to seven years.

Region: Ireland

Age: No age statement

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 40%

TASTING NOTES

Paddy has a high malt content in its blend in comparison to other Irish whiskeys, this ensures that Paddy is ‘One of the softest of all Ireland’s whiskeys’

Oban 14 year old malt whisky

Oban 14 year old single malt whisky from the Oban Distillery.

Bottler: Distillery

Region: Highland

Age: 14 years old

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 40%

Tasting Notes:

A sweet peat and fruity nose with a spicy mouth-filling sweetness and a long drying finish with smoke and some salt.

Lagavulin whisky 16 year old single malt

Lagavulin whisky 16 year old single malt scotch. The Islay entry in the ‘Classic Malts’ series this distinctively an Islay malt. Powerful and demanding with a dominant aroma and a dry, peaty-smoky flavour complemented with a hint of sweetness.

Bottler: Distillery

Region: Islay

Age: 16 years old

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 46%

TASTING NOTES
Nose: Lapsang Souchong and fruity sherry.
Palate: The dryness is at first offset by the sweetness of the sherry
Character: As the palate develops, oily, grassy, and, in particular, salty notes emerge in a long, sustained, aggressive, attack.

Bruadar The original Scottish Highland Liqueur

The original Scottish Highland Liqueur. A perfect marriage of single malt Scotch whisky and honey balanced with just the right amount of sloes.

Bottler: Carn Mor

Region: Highlands

Age: N/A

Bottle Size: 70cl

Alc vol: 22%

TASTING NOTES

At 22% there’s still a warm aftertaste of single malt whisky, but the sharp edges have been smoothed over by the addition of honey. This taste sensation is rounded off by a welcomed finale of sloes; to make Bruadar a liqueur of exceptionally attractive flavours