Haig Club Single Grain Scotch Whisky
A stunning single grain scotch that boasts a fresh, clean style. As whisky continues to experience global renaissance, Single grain scotch has been lost in the shadows. This whisky represents an exciting new direction in Scotch.
Subtle aromas; apple crumble, expressed lemon peel and a touch of mango. Millionaire’s shortbread, banoffee pie, coconut milk, dried grass, orange Turkish delight and cardamom. On the palate; toffee and vanilla with pleasant supporting oak notes. Fresh banana (neither overpowering nor artificial), a hint of nougat and honeycomb pieces. To finish; praline, cinnamon and a little ginger with perhaps a hint of cardamom returning right at the death.
Auchentoshan 12 year old
Every last drop of this spectacular Scotch is triple distilled then matured for over twelve years. This Lowland Single Malt Whisky has the tempting aroma of toasted almonds, caramelised toffee and the signature smooth delicate Auchentoshan taste. An intriguing 12 year old whisky that’s Distilled Different.
Aromas of crème brûlée with a burst of citrus and nuttiness, and a touch of green leaf.
A smooth and sweet palate with hints of tangerine and lime. A medium finish, gingery and slightly drying with a pleasant lingering nuttiness.
Auchentoshan American Oak
This reserve of classic American Oak single malt Scotch whisky is mellowed in only 100% first-fill bourbon casks sourced from American Distilleries. The result is an even smoother and perfectly balanced Lowland single malt.
Vibrant notes of vanilla, spice, coconut and rich toffee. A palate with more toffee and maple syrup sweetness, barley sugar and custard cream with spices like cinnamon and a touch of nutmeg. Fresh fruits like lychees and gooseberries but also caramelised orange zest.
The finish is creamy with custard apple, grilled chestnuts, coconuts and vanilla flavour lingering.
Glenkinchie 12 year old
One of the stalwarts of the Lowlands. A fantastic example of the region, this whisky shows off characteristic lightness and grassy elements that Lowland whiskies are known for.
A light, aromatic nose with hints of barley malt, almonds, hazelnuts and manuka honey/beeswax. Very fruity palate with a mix of stewed fruits, dessert wine, apple peels and honey. Becomes quite oaky late palate. A medium-length finish with barley and freshly mown grass.
Hamiltons Lowland Single Malt
A classically light, grassy Lowlands single malt Scotch whisky from an undisclosed distillery, bottles for the Hamilton’s range of region-specific malts.
Attractive summer nose with dried grass, malt and sweet violet. A light palate, as can be expected of a release looking to capture a classic Lowland style with more sweet fragrant cereal. A delicate and moreish finish.
Interleven Single Malt Gordon & Machphail
Distilled at the now silent Inverleven in 1991 in refill bourbon barrels before bottling by Gordon MacPhail.
The nose is fruit and fresh. Nectarines and citrus with a zesty tang. Vanilla fudge, notes of toasted cereal and a good barley sweetness. The palate is woody and rich. A good peppery warmth. Blossom and petals with a good dryness and fresh notes of fennel. The finish is long and dry with a gentle warmth.