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Sullivans Cove has been distilling single malt whisky in Australia's Tasmania region since 1994. Using all local barley, local water, and no additional coloring, their whiskies are finally making the long trek from down under to the United States. The American Oak expression is a full proof, spicy and richer version of the Doublewood that gets its flavor from ex-Bourbon casks. There's more sweetness from the wood and heavier vanilla accents. Aged for 10 years in a single, 200-litre American oak ex-Bourbon cask, this whisky is the defining style of Sulliv...
Price: $399.99


Wine Spectator: "Spicy. Scotland's smallest stills make big, warm whiskies like this one, which offers overwhelming warmth. The peaty, nutty nose shows notes of caramel before opening up to licorice and blackberry on the palate, then finishing with bread dough and sharp cheese. Natural color." (02/2011) K&L Notes: God bless Andrew Symington and Iain Henderson for what they have helped to create at Scotland's smallest distillery. It is also the closest to the working 19th-century farm distilleries that used to be found all over central Perthshire. Just ...
Price: $64.99

The very last casks from 1984 distilled at the Bruichladdich distillery by previous owners and retained in their inventory throughout the distillery's rebirth. Matured in first-fill bourbon casks for 32 years before being bottled at a natural cask strength of 44.7%. Only 3,000 bottles were produced of this very special and rare offering.
Price: $899.99

Sullivans Cove has been distilling single malt whisky in Australia's Tasmania region since 1994. Using all local barley, local water, and no additional coloring, their whiskies are finally making the long trek from down under to the United States. Considering the modern Australian whisky industry is less than 30 years old, and the climactic conditions here are far warmer than Scotland, a 17 year old whisky is a huge achievement and a rare piece of Australian Whisky history. These whiskies also exhibit unrivalled depth and complexity, while still possessi...
Price: $799.99

The final seven casks from the '86 vintage aged in Oloroso sherry butts until being transfered to fresh Fernando di Castilla Pedro Ximinez casks for 4 years of additional maturation. This tiny release of some of Bruichladdich's oldest stocks are proof that the unpeated Islay can age just as gracefully as some of her smokey neighbors. Only 4200 bottles of this special whisky were produced and sold exclusively in the US so expect the international collectors to be on the hunt.
Price: $899.99

The final 22 casks for the 1985 vintage matured in third fill bourbon barrels before being finished for 4 years in premium french oak. A true old glory given a shiny new coat from the gorgeous French oak. Only 4200 bottles produced for the domestic market only.
Price: $899.99

The newest release from the exceptional and ultra rare Last Drop collection has complex history. It began its life in 1983 and was originally blended into 11 sherry butts where it was left to marry for 9 more years. At 21 Years part of the blend was bottled and the rest was transferred to for a third maturation. The rest of its 24 years were spent in American oak. The resulting whiskey is one of the most complex and powerful blends we've yet to come across. Ultra decadent and complex, but not sappy or overly sweet. Expect a nose of pungent wild honey, ro...
Price: $3,499.99

*Special Order Only* *Based on availability from distribution* Jim Murray’s tasting notes... Cask No. 16207: “It begins with a hint of sharp kiwi fruit. Ulmo honey and fudge prop up the sugars and embolden the chalkier vanillas present in this malt. Heather honey intertwines with the sturdier tannins and spices form (...); so much toasted fudge now. Sugars appear at just the right time and in just-so amounts to help create something rather special.” 96 points. Single Malt of the Year 2019 (Single Cask)
Price: $5,999.99

Special Order Only! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. The 2008 International Wine and Spirits Competition in London, named Bunnahabhain 25 yr the Double Gold Medal winner, Best in Class!!! Beating: Macallan 25 & 30, Balvenie 21, etc... Color: Deep Oak Wood. Nose: Sweet orange marmalade, mature sherry oak barrel, hints of spicy cedar box and leather. Palate: Lighte...
Price: $649.99

95 points Whisky Advocate: "Would you have gambled The Last Drop 1960 liquid in new sherry wood for four more years? The indulgent nose proffers maple syrup, buckwheat honey, roasted spices, blue grapes, pomegranate, raspberry compote, cilantro, pandan leaf, and beefsteak juices soaking into mushroom gills. The complex, lustrous mouthfeel is replete with a sheen of rich maltiness, molasses lashed by sherry before a dry, resinous finish. Water brings an oily nuttiness, then further drops produce a silky, clingy texture. Glorious. Miraculous. Victorious. (...

Sullivans Cove has been distilling single malt whisky in Australia's Tasmania region since 1994. Using all local barley, local water, and no additional coloring, their whiskies are finally making the long trek from down under to the United States. The Double Barrel is an eleven year old malt aged in both French and American oak that is reminiscent of lighter, unsherried Highland whisky. Soft vanilla notes, creamy textures, and subtle grains permeate the palate. The price may seem a bit high at first, but it's actually line priced with similar American cr...
Price: $249.99

Whisky Advocate: "Light gold, with good intensity and a more noticeable malty note than is common with this distillery, as well as touches of daffodil and dried honeycomb. The wood influence appears minimal to start with, but more vanilla creeps through in time; water brings out almond milk. Opens into clementine peel, pomelo, then cooked dessert apple. The palate is clean and forward; even slightly hot when neat. Remarkably assertive for a 25 year old. (DB, Spring 2015)" K&L Notes: *Special Order Only - based on availability from the distributor* The S...
Price: $599.99

A truly legendary offering from Speyside's finest distillery. 6 generations of Grants have distilled the whisky at Glenfarclas, located in the little valley in Ballindaloch. The distillery has specialized in old vintage whisky since the inception of it's coveted family cask line, but has never released a whisky this old. Drawn from a single cask distilled in 1953 and bottled in a hand made crystal decanter, this is easily one of the world's great single malts. Bottled back in 2014, this cask yielded only 350 bottles for the world.
Price: $20,000.00

*Special Order Only Based On Availability From The Distributor* Charles Maclean’s Tasting Notes… Cask No. 13504.“Amber with long-lingering beading. A mellow nosefeel, with slight prickle after a while. The highly perfumed initial aroma – scented hand-cream, attar of roses, carnations – reduces in time, infused by notes of almond oil and oak shavings, with a trace of vanilla. A drop of water enhances the wood notes. A smooth texture and a sweet taste, drying in the spicy finish, with a suggestion of Friar’s Balsam medicine and a cooling mentholic aftert...
Price: $5,999.99


*Special Order Only* *Based on availability from distribution* Charles Maclean’s Tasting Notes… Cask No. 13508. “18 carat gold in colour surprisingly good beading for its strength. A slight prickle on the nose and a complex, mellow aroma which is at once fruity and herbal – crystallised greengages, dusty dried mixed herbs – with an elusive whiff of scented smoke, a trace of cigar boxes and after a while a hint of candlewax. The texture is oily and the taste sweet and centre palate, with some saltiness and peppery spice in the long warming finish and a ...
Price: $5,999.99

*Special Order Only* *Based on availability from distribution* Jim Murray’s tasting notes... Cask No.16203: “Fruit toffee ensures there is a surprising creamy softness (...) The hallmarks of antiquity are here, they just happen to be without aggression or tiredness. Layers of vanilla and the lightest liquorice without taking away from the short burst of juicy barley which arrives about a third of the way in. Brilliant.” 95.5 points
Price: $5,999.99