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Ardbeg Corryvreckan


One of the most loved and cherished whiskies being made on Islay today, Ardbeg’s Corryvreckan brings together notes of fresh fruit, and orange peels with a subtle spice and wonderful smokiness. Winner of the World’s Best Single-Malt Whisky at the World Whisky Awards 2010.



This fantastic 10 Year Old is Ardbeg's entry level single-malt that peat fans will fall in love with. Notes of dark chocolate and smoky fruits are commended by the extremely long, peaty finish that leaves your senses in heaven. Jim Murray's World Whisky of the Year 2008.


A lovely entry from Bruichladdich that was created by master distiller Jim McEwan. Matured in American oak casks, that have previously housed Bourbon, this whisky is warming and delightful. The lack of smoky, peaty flavors is no issue as the other aromas and flavors are just so good. Delicious.


A wonderfully elegant single-malt that is a testament to the hard work put in by the distillery. The casks within which this whisky was aged were specially chosen by master distiller Jim McEwan and this heavily peated whisky is fantastic as a result. Full-bodied with a long and warming finish that will please your senses.


The entry level whisky to Bunnahabhain’s range, this 12 Year Old has been created without chill-filtration and coloring. This lightly peated single-malt brings notes of fruit and nuts and has a long dry finish. Full-bodied and delicious.


An exquisite single-malt from Bunnahabhain that comes in a beautiful smoked oak glass bottle and wooden box. A sweet caramel nose is complemented by flavors of sweet berries and cream and this is all topped off with a soft, dry, slightly smoky finish. A fantastic whisky.


A light, fresh 12 Year Old from the Caol Ila distillery. This bottle comes with the signature peat flavors that are so common in Islay whiskies, along with subtle hints of citrus fruits. A well balanced and delightful single-malt.


A rich, dry whisky hailing from one of Islay’s most loved distilleries. This expression has high levels of peat smoke infused into the malted barley and it really packs a punch. Intense flavors, backed by a subtle mix of sweet and salty, and a long finish make this a fantastic whisky.