A heavily-sherried Edradour aged for 10 years in single sherry butt #273, before being bottled for the Straight From The Cask range at 59.9% ABV. Just 959 of these Highland single malt whiskies were filled.
This is a much more heavily-peated single malt than others from the range of smoky Ancnocs, take the Rascan for example. Ancnoc Cutter is peated to a phenol level of 20.5 ppm, this expression is also named after the tool used to cut shallower peat from the ground. Another great release from the...
Aged in a combination of refill sherry butts and refill sherry hogsheads, this indie bottling of Clynelish was distilled in 2000 and bottled in 2015 by Gordon & MacPhial for their Connoisseurs Choice range.
Named after the legendary Hellhound, Cù Bòcan, Who trecked through the Highland village for centuries. This ghostly smokey edition has been peated to a light 15 PPM, and has matured in a mix of virgin oak, bourbon and sherry casks. A Midlands Whisky Festival Favourite
A Signatory bottling of 10 year old Edradour single malt Scotch whisky, drawn from cask #271. It was aged from August 2006 to September 2016 and bottled at 46%ABV as part of theirUn-Chillfiltered Collection.
Rascan is another addition to the set ofpeated single malts in the Ancnoc range, from the Knockdhu distillery. This particular whisky was peated to 11.1 PPM before spending it's time ageing in ex-bourbon barrels for some time.
Bottled for the Straight From The Cask series by Edradour comes this 10-year-old Highland single malt distilled in 2005. It spent it's time maturing in cask #49 before being bottled at natural cask strength in November 2015.
Little Bay is a no-age statement single malt whisky from Oban, originally released for the travel retail market. It's now a core expression from the Highland distillery, drawn from European oak Sherry casks, refill casks and American oak hogsheads. It's left to marry in smaller casks...
The sixth batch of GleDronach's very popular cask strength expression. A heavily-sherried Highland single malt Scotch whisky bottled at 56.1% abv. This one offers warm spices, dried fruit and big sherry notes.
A delicious vintage 2000 bottling from Ancnoc, matured in a combination of ex-sherry butts from Spain and ex-bouron barrels from the US. This fruit-packed single malt was bottled without chill-filtration or added colours.