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1991 Cameronbridge 27 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive Single Refill Sherry Butt Cask Strength Single Grain Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The Cameronbridge Grain Distillery is one of the largest alcohol producing facilities in Scotland. The site has been active since 1824, when the Haig Distillery opened. Just six years later, it would install the first "patent" column still and begin producing grain whisky. This was the beginning of a revolution that made Scotch the world's bestselling whisky. The distillery has produced a significant quantity of the world's Scotch whisky since its expansion in the 1960s. After a third column still was added from the closed Carsebridge distillery in 1984 ...
Price: $79.99

Michel Couvreur "Peaty Overaged" K&L Exclusive Malt Whisky (750ml)
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The chance to work with Michel Couvreur on a special K&L whisky project was something that David and I had been dreaming of for years. We had heard the stories. This crazy Belgian had moved to Burgundy in the '60s, carved out a wine cellar inside a mountain, only to fill it with Scottish single malt whisky instead of Pinot Noir. He set up camp in Beaune, ordered new-make spirit to be delivered by tanker, and drove down to Jerez himself, selecting his own sherry butts to ensure the finest quality casks for his contracted spirit. Unfortunately, Michel Couv...
Price: $79.99

This unusual expression from our dear friends in Bouze-les-Beaune is a slight departure from their usual sherry driven malts. This blend of sherry aged malt whisky and whisky barrel (hogshead) aged grain is similar to their popular "Unique Whisky," but with a higher proportion of malt aged in medium humid conditions. The result is something awesomely round, but unparalleled freshness. The little blend dubbed, "Head to Foot" really has it all. The complete package for anyone looking for an easy drinker that doesn't leave you wishing for more. Rich malt fl...
Price: $69.99

Myths & Legends I Compass Box has always challenged the Scotch industry. The Myths and Legends series continues this wonderful trend. Myths & Legends I is 100% Balblair single malt, but a combination of casks that each highlight unique properties and together are greater than the sum of the parts. From Compass Box: The Scotch Myth: Single Malts are completely different to blends. As we see it: All Scotch whiskies, including Single Malts, are a result of blending various casks together. “Single Malt” means one distillery but typically hundreds of casks, ...
Price: $149.99

You'd have to be crazy to put together Highland Park, Caol Ila and Glen Elgin in a blend. But no one ever said the minds at Compass Box were sane. Enjoy the fruits of their creativity. From Compass Box: Myths & Legends III The Scotch Myth: Whiskies from cult distilleries should not be used for blending. As we see it: We believe that a distillery’s name should be no barrier to creating delicious whiskies. In the Compass Box Blending Rooms, many of the cask samples we hold from famous distilleries reveal more compelling sides to themselves after being blen...
Price: $149.99

Another Single Malt created to challenge the Scotch world's perceptions. Glen Elgin ranging from 16-23 years in age. Distiller notes: "Myths & Legends II blends together malt whiskies of different ages from a single Speyside distillery. We wish to show how process matters more than provenance when it comes to the flavours of single malts. In addition to the aromas of tropical fruits and butterscotch you will also discover subtle savoury notes and spiciness."
Price: $149.99

Johnnie Walker Blue Blended Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $180) (Previously $180)
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97 points Whisky Advocate: "Magnificently powerful and intense. Caramels, dried peats, elegant cigar smoke, seeds scraped from vanilla beans, brand new pencils, peppercorn, coriander seeds, and star anise make for a deeply satisfying nosing experience. Silky caramels, bountiful fruits of ripe peach, stewed apple, orange pith, and pervasive smoke with elements of burnt tobacco. An abiding finish of smoke, dry spices, and banoffee pie sweetness. Close to perfection. *Editor's Choice* (JM, Spring 2018)" 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Featured as a blend of Jo...

Glen Oak 17 Year (Bruichladdich) Single Malt Scotch (750ml) (Elsewhere $130) (Elsewhere $130)
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We were absolutely thrilled when we realized there was an opportunity to share 17 year old Bruichladdich with our customers for well under a hundred bucks. This whisky is extraordinarily smooth and perfectly balanced. The famous unpeated Islay is laden with rich malt and that salty zip that makes the Laddie so compelling. This small batch for Glen Oak was blended from 15 barrels, all full-term bourbon barrels, many of them first fill. There is a deep, dark, chocolately flavor that meshes seamlessly with the oak and vanilla. Upon tasting, my first questio...
Price: $89.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Part of The Famous Grouse collection and named 'naked' because there's no label on the bottle. All the better to view the amber liquid within, which is richly scented with caramel, dried fig and espresso. It's weighty on the palate, layering caramel with campfire smoke, finishing long on tones of dried fruit, spicy black pepper and clove. Adding water tames the heat and teases out a hint of dried cherry. Matured in Sherry casks. (KN)" (12/2018) Whisky Advocate: "Finishing these malts in first-fill oloroso casks helps produce...

Johnnie Walker Blue "Ghost and Rare - Port Ellen Edition" Blended Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The second in the Johnnie Walker Ghost and Rare bottlings, a series focused on extinct distilleries. This blend is based on whiskies from the legendary Port Ellen distillery which closed its doors in 1983. In crafting Johnnie Walker Blue Label Ghost and Rare Port Ellen, Jim Beveridge blended the highly sought-after ghost whiskies from Port Ellen, Caledonian and Carsebridge, with five incredibly rare malts from Mortlach, Dailuaine, Cragganmore, Blair Athol and Oban. The result is a whisky with layers of creamy vanilla sweetness and rolling waves of waxy c...
Price: $249.99

The Morrisons over at A.D. Rattray have really outdone themselves with this, their fantastic Bank Note Blended Scotch for $19.99 a liter!!! Now, granted, some of the high-browed single malt drinkers out there might not even flinch about something like this, but trust us, anyone interested in pouring a whisky on the rocks is going to have a new house bottle--forever. The sherry influence is there, soft vanilla and all that, and the grain comes clean on the finish like any other blend. However, with 40% actual single malt inside each bottle, the supple ric...
Price: $21.99

Clan Denny Craigellachie 10 Year Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $45) (Previously $45)
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Clan Denny proudly holds specialist, rare and aged single malt and single grain Scotch whiskies. Bottled as the distiller intended, without coloring or chill filtration, affording the whisky a rich, oily quality. A Douglas Laing bottling of 10 year old single malt from the Craigellachie distillery, released as part of the Clan Denny series. Only 382 bottles were made. "Craigellachie" and "Clan Denny" sound kind of similar, so we hope that influenced the decision to release this whisky under this bottling range.
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Clan Denny Fettercairn 10 Year Old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $45) (Previously $45)
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A single cask bottling of Fettercairn single malt, independently bottled by the ever-wonderful Douglas Laing. This expression was distilled in June 2007 and left to age in a refill hogshead for a whole decade, before being bottled in August 2017 as part of the Clan Denny range. 403 bottles were produced.
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90 points Whisky Advocate: "One hundred ten years after the Nimrod expedition, blender Richard Paterson’s adventurous marriage of over 20 Highland malts brings fresh green fruits, manuka honey, vanilla, banana muffin, cantaloupe, fresh herbs, spice, and a wisp of smoke. Refreshing palate of green melon, light honey, vanilla, cinnamon, cooked apple, and gooseberry, becoming sour. More complexity on the finish: spice, smoke, cooked fruits, and chalky Sweethearts candies. Pair with mature prosciutto. (JM, Fall 2017)" K&L Notes: The new value-priced edition...

Diageo may have been a bit late on releasing these, but here they are: two followups to the early White Walker release. From Diageo: Johnnie Walker A Song of Fire is rich and spicy, boasting flavors of subtle smoke from the peated malts of the Caol Ila distillery with an ABV of 40.8%. Inspired by the dragons of House Targaryen, feared for their fire breathing, the bottle design evokes a fiery setting with deep-red colors.
Price: $19.99

91 points Whisky Advocate: "After a series of esoteric and expensive releases, Compass Box has decided to bring it all back to the people with a blend - and how! The journey sets out as we might expect; all sweet vanilla ice cream, stewed pear tart, and peach melba, but then a wave of spice and white pepper provides an unexpected but delightful twist. It’s like Spice Tree meets Hedonism... Spiconism if you like. (Vol. 20, #3)" 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This robust bottling is a permanent addition to the Great King range, added in 2014. Light golden in...

Bank Note 25 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky (1L)
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Johnnie Walker Blue Label fans have a new whisky to rave about. A.D. Rattray has composed an exceptional 25 year blend made up of 55% malt whiskies. It basically drinks like a maltier version of JW Blue. If you've got a high end blended whisky lover on your list, you can't do better than this.
Price: $179.99

Whisky Advocate: "A ripe proposition, the fruit and the smoke locked tightly together like interwoven fingers. Peaches, melon, baked apple, fresh mango, and sugar strands with a supporting role of red berries. With a malt content exceeding two-thirds, the full-bodied palate is sweet as brown sugar, with mandarin tartness, apple, and red licorice meandering to a vinous finish of red berry fruit. With its cheeky Glasgow landmark on the label, this permanent addition to the GKS range is pure gallus. (JM, Winter 2014)" K&L Notes: Not Chill filtered, natural...
Price: $34.99

Blended together and then aged for additional months in oak casks, this new, more mature blend of Isle of Skye is far superior to its 8 years aged counterpart. While the 8 year has a classic grain component, the 12 year smooths all of that greenness out with more supple wood, rounding out the palate and really bringing the Talisker smoke to the forefront. For less than $40, this is one of the hottest deals we have in Scotch. It's meant to be drunk on the rocks, but you could have a great time sipping this one. Supple vanilla, smoky peat, and a long, smoo...
Price: $36.99

It's not everyday we can find 28 year old malt from a blue chip Highland distillery for just $300 bucks. Unfortunately we aren't allowed to share the producers name here, but you might rightly deduce that any distillery with enough old juice to sell at this kind of price is one of the big boys.
Price: $299.99

An exceptional 21 year old blended scotch whisky inspired by the hand written notes of storied Johnnie Walker Master Blender Sir Alexander Walker II. Notes of spiced apple, smoky oak and toasted brioche. On the palate hints of orange and lemon peels with a finish that lasts.
Price: $129.99

Diageo may have been a bit late on releasing these, but here they are: two followups to the early White Walker release. From Diageo: Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice features single malts from Clynelish, one of Scotland’s most northern distilleries, and exudes a crisp, clean taste like the unforgiving force of ice that shapes mountains and stops rivers. The new blend has an ABV of 40.2% and the bottle design evokes an icy setting with frosted blue and gray colors inspired by the North, known for its cold winters and frozen landscapes.
Price: $19.99

Whisky Advocate: "Gold color. Delicate aromas of tropical fruits (coconut, pineapple, mango), marshmallow and vanilla. Light in body, with delicate exotic flavors that deliver what the aroma promises. Soft, gentle, delicately creamy finish. (JH, Fall 2001)" K&L Notes: Compass Box's Hedonism is an unusual style of 100% blended-grain Scotch whisky. They only produce it once a year. This year's batch (code H29MMIX) comprises just 14 carefully selected, first-fill American oak casks. The whisky derives depth and complexity from 29-year-old Carsebridge, whil...
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"Scotch is Coming." That's according to Johnny Walker who collaborated with HBO to produce this limited edition, special release of Scotch whisky tied to the television series "Game of Thrones" based on the best-selling series of novels by George R. R. Martin.
Price: $32.99


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.
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The Last Drop 56 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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From The Last Drop: When this whisky was first blended, it would have been described as a “deluxe blend”, comprising over 60 per cent single malts. Nearly 20 years in sherry butts, before a long, slow finish in ex-Bourbon casks has produced a magnificent whisky: a perfect example of the magic that can happen between distillate and wood. 56 years in wood has created a remarkable and unique whisky: with all the hallmarks of single malts from all corners of Scotland.There are notes of Islay smoke, sweetness from Speyside, and a roundness and depth that is ...
Price: $3,799.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This deep amber spirit, a blend of over 40 whiskies, has a sweet, deeply caramel scent, with a tinge of dried fruit. The flavor is oaky, smoky and dry; a little ice water mellows it nicely and coaxes out some burnt-caramel and raisiny notes. Lingering, moderately smoky finish." (09/2011) K&L Notes: Johnnie Walker's Black Label is Johnnie Walker's definitive blend of as many of 40 whiskies all aged 12 years or more. Smooth and luxurious.