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Our whisky

If a good malt is your tipple then why not take a look at our top shelf?  We have over 90 whiskies and bourbons to choose from!

Single malt and blended whisky

Aberlour 10 Year (Speyside) – Matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and sherry casks, this 10 year old from Aberlour remains a perennial favourite. Spicy rich fruitcake and toffee notes develop into a caramel and honey finish with lingering sweet spices.

Ancnoc 12 Year (Speyside) – This 12 year old exhibits a gentle, non-sherried style of whisky. Madeira, winter spices and herbal hint give way to an oak and barley finish.

Ardbeg 10 Year (Islay) – Ardbeg Ten Years Old is revered as one of the peatiest, smokiest, most complex single malt of them all. A non chill-filtered Whisky gives maximum flavours of vanilla, lemon, lime and tarry smoke to name but a few. The long finish is smokey with aniseed, toasted almonds and fresh pear.

Ardmore Legacy (Speyside) – This lightly peated whisky with smokey notes, citrus and heather finishing with a peat smoke.

Arran Original (Arran) – This is the no age statement single malt from the only working distillery on the isle of Arran, citrus to taste with soft toffee and hints of oak, and creamy on the finish.

Auchentoshan – 12 Year (Lowland) – This whisky is triple distilled giving a smooth sweet taste with hints of tangerine, lime and vanilla. A dry finish with ginger and a nuttiness.

Auchentoshan American Oak (Lowland) – American oak as its name suggests is matured solely in American bourbon casks, this gives vanilla, cocnut and peach on the palate with a grapefruit and slightly spicey finish.

Auchentoshan Three Wood (Lowland) – American bourbon and two different sherry casks are used to age this whisky. Taste rich fruits and hazelnut with cinnamon and lemon hints lead to an oaky fresh fruit finish.

Bailie Nicol Jarvie (Blended, distilling discontinued) – This is a blend of Highland, Speyside, and Islay malts. On the palate is a rich maltiness, lemon tartness, and a trace of smoke with a finish of malt and toffee.

Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14 Year (Speyside) – Aged in oak casks for 14 years this whisky is finished in Caribbean rum casks which gives a fruity taste with sweet oak and vanilla with a lingering vanilla finish.

Balvenie Doublewood 12 Year (Speyside) – Using firstly traditional oak casks, then transfering to first fill sherry casks gives a sweet, spicy, nutty taste with cinnamon, nutmeg and dried friut.

Balvenie Doublewood 17 Year (Speyside) – The extra maturation of the doublewood 17 year old gives this whisky deeper vanilla notes with creamy toffee, dried fruits and cinnamon finishing with vanilla oak, honey and spice.

Balvenie Single Barrel 15 Year (Speyside) – This whisky exclusively matures in European sherry casks, with each limited batch being drawn from a single cask. Dried fruit, spice and a gentle nuttines give way to a long sherried finish.

Bladnoch 11 Year (Lowland (discontinued) – Matured for 11 years in bourbon barrels and left at cask strength gives this whisky citrus notes with vanilla, apricot and apple finishing with a note of rose petals.

Benromach 10 Year (Speyside) – This 10 year old spends its final year of maturation in sherry casks giving tastes of barley and malt with herbs and ginger. On the finish there are bittersweet notes with sherry and more ginger.

Big Peat (Islay blend) – This Islay blend comprises of whisky from Coal Ila, Bowmore, Ardbeg, and Port Ellen to give heavy smoke, peat peanut and spices on the palate, and more smoke and coastal notes on the finish.

Bowmore 12 Year (Islay) – Heather honey, vanilla and peaty smoke give way to a long finish with smoke and citrus in this Islay single malt.

Bowmore Darkest 15 Year (Islay) – After maturation in bourbon and sherry casks, this whisky spends the final three years in Oloroso sherry casks. This gives cedar wood and rich toffee on the palate with a finish of spice and sherry.

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte (Islay) – Made purely from Scottish grown barley, this is a heavily peated Islay whisky has a herbal smokiness with peppery notes finishing with fruit, licorice and smoke.

Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie (Islay) – This is an unpeated islay whisky has oak and barley with apple, melon, and papaya fruitiness. The finish is creamy, spicey and sweet with salty notes.

Bunnahabhain 12 Year (Islay) – This lightly peated single malt is soft on the palate with sherry, malt, sultanas and a slight sweetness. It finishes on sherry notes with a herbal and salty tang.

Bushmills Black Bush (Blended Irish whiskey) – This blended Irish whiskey is fruity and milky to taste, finishing with biscuit and barley. Blended mostly from malts aged in sherry casks.

Bushmills Single Malt 10 Year (Single malt Irish whiskey) – This single malt from the Bushmills distillery is very fruity with hints of chocolate pudding. Floral and tannic on the finish.

Caol Ila 12 Year (Islay) – Caol Ila is a fresh Islay single malt. Sweetness on the palate along with tar, toffee, and a light smoke. The finish is smokey with a slight sourness.

Chivas Regal 12 Year (Blend) – This blended whisky has a rich fruity taste with vanilla, hazelnut and butterscotch and a lightly spiced and peppered finish.

Connemara (Single malt Irish whiskey) – This is a peated single malt from Ireland. It is smooth on the palate with malt, peat, barley, and sweet smoke. The long finish has more peat smoke and honey.

Cragganmore 12 Year (Speyside) – This is a sherried Speyside single malt with honey, berries, and nuttiness on the palate. The finish is smoky with delicate peppery spice.

Dalmore 12 Year (Highland) – This whisky is matured for 9 years in ex bourbon barrels, the spirit is then divided. One half remains in the bourbon cask, while the other half is finished in oloroso sherry casks. To taste are vanilla, citrus and sherry with a roasted coffee and chocolate, and orange finish.

Dalwhinnie 15 Year (Highland) – A smooth medium bodied single malt. Taste walnuts, honey and vanilla with a gentle smoke and a little spice. A long malty, nutty finish with a hint of heather.

Dewar’s 12 Year (Blend) – This blend is double barrel aged giving barley, a little honey and aniseed on the palate. Malt and sweetness on the finish with a touch of smoke at the end.

Edradour 10 Year (Highland) – This 10 year old comes from one of Scotland’s smallest distilleries. On the palate is rum, barley, apples and toasted almonds. The finish is sweet, has fruitcake and banana fritter.

Edradour Caledonia 12 Year (Highland) – Aged in a oloroso sherry cask selected by songwriter Dougie Maclean. On the palate is sherry with berries, honey and caramel. A dry finish with spice and cocoa.

Famous Grouse (Blend) – The ‘No. 1 whisky in Scotland’, the Famous Grouse has a medium full flavour with speyside fruitiness and a medium dry finish.

Famous Grouse Black Grouse (Blend) – This blend from Famous Grouse uses more peated malts in the blend producing a full flavour with spice, dried fruits and smoke and an aromatic smokey finish.

Famous Grouse Naked Grouse (Blend) – The Naked Grouse is aged in first fill sherry casks and based on Highland Park and Macallan malts. On the palate is dried fruit, nutmeg, cinnamon. A medium sweet finish with ligering spices and dark chocolate.

Glendronach 12 Year (Highland) – A heavily sherried single malt with fruit, butter and marmalde becoming nuttier with spice. Smokey toffee on the finish.

Glenfarclas 10 Year (Highland) – This 10 year old malt has fruitcake, winter spices, toffee, and just a hint of smoke on the palate giving way to a long spicy finish with fruit and oak.

Glenfarclas 15 Year (Highland) – This 15 year old is from Glenfarclas is matured in sherry casks and this is evident on the palate, along with raisins, orange peel, and dates. A very long complex finish with walnuts.

Glenfarclas 105 Cask strength (Highland) – This cask strength whisky is spicy, nutty, and fruity with peppery oak to taste, the pepper and nuttiness continue in the long finish.

Glenfiddich 12 Year (Speyside) – Aged for 12 years in American and European oak casks taste of  fruits, butterscotch, and subtle oak give way to a mellow smooth finish.

Glenfiddich 15 Year (Speyside) – Matured in American oak, Portuguese and virgin oak casks, this whisky is married in a Solera vat which is never fully emptied. On the palate is sherry oak, cinnamon, ginger, and raisins, the finish lingers with rich spices, candied fruits and oak.

Glenfiddich 18 Year (Speyside) – The 18 year old Glenfiddich uses Spanish Oloroso and American oak casks producing individually numbered batches. Candied peel, dried fruits, toffee and sherry to taste with more peel and salted toffee in the warm finish.

Glenfiddich 21 Year (Speyside) – Carribean rum casks are used to finish this single malt. Full to the taste with oak, spice, lime, ginger, and a touch of smoke. A long and warming finish, dry with spice.

Glen Grant (Speyside) – This is a  no age statement whisky with a creamy, fuity taste and a slightly dry and nutty finish.

Glenkinchie 12 Year (Lowland) – This lowland whisky has Maderia, stewed fruits and oak on the palate. A medium length finish has notes of cereal.

Glenlivet Founders Reserve (Speyside) – This single malt was revealed in 2014. On the palate is sweet fruit, oranges, pears and toffee. The long creamy finish has toffee with a little oak.

Glenmorangie 10 Year (Highland) – Matured in a range of bourbon casks this 10 year old single malt has vanilla, fruits and flowery notes to taste. The finish is gentle with hints of orange and peach.

Glenmorangie Lasanta 12 Year (Highland) – Aged in American white oak for 10 years and finished in Spanish sherry casks for a further two years this malt has sweet sherry, butterscotch and spice on the palate with a long spiced orange and hazelnut finish.

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 Year (Highland) – The use of ruby port casks to finish this whisky gives a sweet taste of port with oranges, rose, and turkish delight with notes of mint chocolate. Orange and mint chocolate linger in the long finish.

Glenmorangie Rare 18 Year (Highland) – After 15 years of maturation around 30% of the spirit is transferred to Oloroso sherry casks for 3 years before being blended back into the original spirit. Creamy with honey, dates, figs, and a hint of woodsmoke lead to a long finish with a subtle dryness.

Glenmorangie Signet (Highland) – A blend of some of the distilleries oldest whisky, heavily roasted ‘chocolate’ malted barley, and the use of designer casks for ageing produce the richest whisky in the Glenmorangie range. On the palate is rich sweetness, strong spices and mocha, dryer on the finish with mint and citrus.

Glenrothes 1998 (Speyside) – This core vintage follows the 1991, and 1994 vintages from Glenrothes and was bottled in 2014. A soft mature taste with sweet vanilla and cinnamon, smooth rich vanilla on the finish.

Glenrothes Select Reserve (Speyside) – This is a non vintage single malt with barley, honey, vanilla and oak on the palate. A long finish with barley sweetness and a slight spice.

Haig Club (Single grain) – This single grain whisky uses spirits matured in three types of bourbon cask. There is toffee, vanilla and oak on the palate, with more toffee, spice and bourbon on the finish.

Inverleven (Lowland) – This 1990 vintage was bottled by Gordon and MacPhail as the distillery was closed and the stills removed in 1991. Peppery and fruity on the palate with vanilla, malt, hops and spice give way to a moderate finish with malty notes.

J and B Rare (Blend) – This blend of 42 different whiskies has fruit and caramel on the palate. The finish is short with oak and spice.

Johnnie Walker Black Label (Blend) – Blended from whiskies which have been matured for at least 12 years gives tastes of sweet vanilla, orange zest and spice with smoke and malt on the finish.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label (Blend) – A selection of some of the rarest and most exceptional whiskies create this blend. The palate gives sherry, nuts and honey, with ginger, sandalwood and chocolate. Oak and smooth smoke on the long finish.

Johnnie Walker Gold Label (Blend) – This exceptionally smooth blend has sweet fruits, honey and a gentle smokiness, with a long finish of oak and more smoke.

Johnnie Walker Red Label (Blend) – This classic Johnnie Walker blend has spice and sweet fruit with vanilla and a long smokey finish.

Jura Origin 10 Year (Jura) – This 10 year old single malt from the isle of Jura is smooth and has cereal, barley, and fudge sweetness with a hint of aniseed, a long winter spice finish.

Jura Superstition (Jura) – This whisky from the Jura distillery is made of 13 and 21 year old malts, 13% of which are peated. Sweet to the taste with pine, honey. The finish is medium with cocoa, more honey, and a spicy tail.

Kilchoman Machir Bay (Islay) – The Kilchoman distillery was founded in 2005 with the release in 2014 of this whisky. There is peat and fruit on the palate with vanilla and winter spice. A finish of oat, fruit and peat smoke.

Kilchoman 2008 Vintage (Islay) – This is the first ever 7 year old fron Kilchoman, distilled in 2008 it has sweet vanilla, a fruitiness with blueberries and apricot and a touch of smoke. A creamy finish with soft peat.

Kilchoman – Madeira Cask (Islay) – 6100 bottles of this 2011 whisky have been produced. Barley, pepper, oak, and molasses to the taste with walnut and ginger. The finish is long with peat, citrus and burnt sugar.

Knockando 12 Year (Speyside) – This Speyside single malt is nutty with hints of cereal, the finish is caramel popcorn and a touch of pepper.

Lagavulin 16 Year (Islay) – An incredibly rich Islay whisky with creosote, kelp, iodine along with sherry and fruity sweetness. The long spicy finish has dates, peat, and vanilla.

Laphroaig 10 Year (Islay) – Another of the big bold Islay single malts, on the palate there is seaweed, vanilla and the distinctive TCP flavours, with oak, pepper, and chilli. The finish is big  with tar and iodine.

Laphroaig Quarter Cask (Islay) – A still maturing Laphroaig whisky is transferred into a quarter cask, a smaller cask size which gives an increased contact between whisky and wood. The product of this is a softer taste with sweetness, cola, chilli and TCP. More sweetness on the finish with spice and smoke.

Lauder’s (Blend) – This is a smooth blended whisky with caramel, oak, and a little smoke. The finish is medium with dry oak.

Macallan 18 Year (Speyside) – This is a sherry oak matured 18 year old single malt with a sweet, rich, fruity taste. Hints of winter spices, orange and wood smoke finishing with toffee, ginger, smoke and oak.

Macallan Gold (Speyside) – A no age statement from Macallan with citrus, boiled sweets, cinnamon, ginger, and soft oak to taste. The finish is medium sweet, malty, and slightly dry.

Monkey Shoulder (Blend) – This is a blend of three neighbouring Dufftown distilleries on Speyside. A malty, creamy whisky with toasted barley, butterscotch, honey, and apricot. The finish is medium in length with spicy oak.

Oban 14 Year (Highland) – This is a smokey single malt with a smooth sweetness. Notes of citrus, seaweed, and wafts of smoke. A good length finish has fruit and dry oak.

Penderyn Legend (Welsh whisky) – Legend uses the core Penderyn whisky bottled at a lower strength to give an entry level whisky. Smooth, with fresh and dried fruit on the palate give way to Madeira cake and sultanas on the finish.

Penderyn Madeira (Welsh whisky) – This is the core of the Penderyn whisky range with maturation finished in Madeira casks. The palate is sweet with spice, biscuit and custard. A fresh, crisp finish has spice and ginger.

Penderyn Peated (Welsh whisky) – Limited to approximately 5000 bottles per year and using ex peated Scottish whisky casks to impart flavour there is aromatic smoke, vanilla, apple, and citrus on the palate with a smokey vanilla finish.

Penderyn Sherry Wood (Welsh whisky) – This whisky is finished in Oloroso sherry casks to give a soft nutty, fruity taste with a hint of chocolate, and a dryish woody finish.

Royal Lochnagar 12 Year (Highland) – This whisky has sherry and fruit on the palate with malt, and a grassy sweetness. Some peat on the dry finish with vanilla and rich spice.

Sheep Dip (Blend) – This whisky is blended from sixteen 8 to 21 year old malts. Young and malty on the palate with fruity notes, ans some sherry. More sherry on the finish with salt and pepper at the end.

Smokehead (Islay) – This peated whisky has a cult following, as you would expect there is big peaty notes on the palate, with a smoky, fruity, sweetness and a hint of sherry. The finish has more peat smoke, tangy fruit and herbal notes.

Springbank 10 Year (Campbeltown) – Both bourbon and sherry casks are used in the maturation of this single malt. A full bodied palate has peat, nuttiness, smoke and cereal sweetness. The finish is long with a coastal tang, hints of peat and drying oak.

Talisker 10 Year (Skye) – This well respected island malt is very smokey with strong peppery peat on the tongue. The long finish has barley and malt.

Tamdhu 10 Year (Speyside) – This whisky is matured exclusively in sherry casks giving this 10 year old malt fruits and spices on the palate with soft toffee and sherry oak. The finish is drying with a hint of fruit and a little smoke.

The Singleton of Dufftown (Speyside) – This 12 year old single malt uses mainly European oak in the aging process, a malty core is complemented by orange zest, nuts, oak, and toffee. The finish is rich and oaky with some fruit.

The Yamazaki 12 Year (Japanese whisky) – This japanese single malt was released in 1984, smooth, soft and sweet on the palate, with citrus, tropical fruit, and a hint of rum, the medium finish has zest and more fruit.

Tanners Speyside 15 Year (Speyside) – This 15 year old speyside from Tanners has fruitcake, apples, and cinnamon to taste leading to a smooth and gentle honeyed finish.

Teeling Small Batch (Blended Irish whiskey) – This is a small batch blended whiskey, finished in rum casks. On the rich palate is vanilla, spice, dried herbs and cinnamon. The finish is both floral and herbal ending with caramel.

Teeling Vintage Reserve 21 Year  (Single malt Irish whiskey) – This is the first whiskey from the Teeling vintage reserve range of small batch, single malts. Matured in bourbon casks and finished in Sauternes casks it is smooth on the palate with apricot, apple and touches of nutmeg and cinnamon. The finish is long and mellow, sweet with more fruit and oak.

Tomatin 12 Year (Highland) – This is quite a sweet single malt from the highlands with fudge, dark sugar, toffee apple, and winter spice. The finish has a fruity sweetness.

Tormore 12 Year (Speyside) – Medium bodied and smooth on the palate, tastes of marmalade, fresh zest, hay, barley sugar and soft oak. A good length finish has more oak and a touch of hay.

Tullamore D.E.W. (Irish whiskey) – This blended Irish whiskey uses sherry and bourbon casks in the maturation. Fresh fruit, toasted wood, and vanilla to the taste give way to a mellow finish with toffee and caramel.

Tullibardine Sovereign (Highland) – Having been matured in first fill Bourbon barrels, this is a lovely, balanced whisky. It exhibits barley, pear drops and creamy chocolate notes, which develop on the palate with a lingering finish.

Bourbon and American whiskey

Buffalo Trace (Bourbon) – The palate has brown sugar, toffee apple, sweet oak and toasty wood, with sweet spices, cinnamon, and toffee on the finish.

Bulleit Bourbon (Bourbon) – Orange, winter spices and hints of tobacco leaf on the palate give way to a smooth and spicy finish.

Bulleit Rye (Rye whiskey) – This small batch whiskey has 95% rye and 5% malted barley in the mash giving tastes of hot spice followed by peach, cherry, and orange zest. The finish is smoky with cinnamon and allspice.

Early Times Fire Eater (Whisky liquer) – Not a true whiskey but this liquer has a smooth whiskey base with hot cinnamon in spades. A lovely winter warmer.

Hudson Baby Bourbon (Bourbon) – This 100% corn bourbon has a light sweetness with caramel and vanilla to taste and marzipan and roasted corn on the finish.

Hudson Four Grain Bourbon (Bourbon) – Corn, rye, wheat, and malted barley are used in this small batch whiskey. Soft on the palate, caramel, honey, vanilla, and oak are all there, the long finish has spice, oak, and more vanilla.

Hudson Manhattan Rye (Rye whiskey) – Dark fruit and spice on the palate with oak. The finish is long with a dark roasted sweet and spicyness.

Jack Daniels Gentleman Jack (Tennessee whiskey) – This whiskey is charcoal mellowed before and after maturation giving a full bodied fruity taste with spice, and a silky warm finish.

Jack Daniels Single Barrel (Tennessee whiskey) – One in every 100 barrels is set aside to mature for single barrel. Toasted oak, caramel and vanilla to taste.

Jim Beam (Bourbon) – Toasty oak, vanilla, with a little spice and pepper to the taste. The finish has some sweetness with more oak and resin.

Jim Beam Black (Bourbon) – This bourbon is aged for 6 years. Silky smooth palate with toffee and honey, the finish is citrus dominated.

Jim Beam Honey (Bourbon liqueur) – Jim Beam original bourbon infused with honey.

Jim Beam Red Stag (Bourbon liqueur) – Jim Beam original bourbon infused with black cherry.

Knob Creek (Bourbon) – This is a small batch bourbon from Jim Beam and is named after the creek near where Abraham Lincoln grew up. Aged for 9 years there is a sweetness with wood and caramel to taste with a long smooth finish.

Makers Mark (Bourbon) – Vanilla, caramel, and brown sugar on the palate with touches of oak, nut, and cinnamon. The finish is medium long, sweet and spicy.

Sazerac Rye (Rye whiskey) – Bottled at the Buffalo Trace distillery this rye whiskey has syrup and citrus to taste with ground spices. The finish has sweet spice.

Wild Turkey 81 (Bourbon) – This bourbon has a high rye content and is matured in heavy charred casks. The palate is rich and thick with caramel, honey, fudge, and hints coffee beans. More caramel and coffee on the finish, with spice and charry notes.

Woodford Reserve (Bourbon) – A high 18% rye content in the mash and a muturation of at least 6 years give a thick full taste with coffee beans, spices, ginger toasted oak and some sweetness. A long mature finish has cereals and oaky spice.

You’ll be sure to find a tipple that you love amongst all of these!