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  ITEMS 241 TO 260 OF 277
         
ENGLAND
Blackadder Raw Cask English Whisky 7yo Moscatel Cask 794
700ml 63.20%
  Ret
$190.00
   
A private bottling of England's first malt distllery in yonks. It's a 7yo and matured in moscatel casks. It has to be tasty! Pic indicative only.

 
IRELAND
Bushmills 21yo Triple Distilled Three Woods Single Malt Whiskey
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$360.00
   
Well this is a first for me as I haven't dealt with Bushmills for quite some time and then this one pops up. Triple distilled, well aged and matured in both Oloroso and ex Bourbon casks for 19 years with a further maturation top with Madeira drums up until it's 21st birthday. So what do we end up with? According to the distillery, "Aromas of banana creme brulee, flower patch, honeyed fig cake, and African spices."

 
Cadenhead Irish 13yo Single Malt
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$159.00
   
An indie bottling of an Irish single malt. Now that's a turn up for the books. In Cadenhead's words, "The richness of the first sip wraps itself nicely around your palate, the soft tones seem to go on and on as the malt unfolds to deliver honey and cream with soft vanilla notes, some sweet apple like flavours is complimented by a soft gentle hint of sweet spices.."

 
Redbreast 12yo
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
POA
     
Brilliant Irish pot still whiskey that is triple distilled and unblended: crunchy, nutty with a hint of sherry. Really, if you haven't tried this absolute gem of a whiskey...you are really missing out on something very special. Buxton's 101.

 
Writers Tears Pot Still Irish Whiskey
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$110.00
   
A new Irish whiskey for Australia and one that Jim Murray got pretty enthused about, commenting, "a glossy Pot Still character" and he awarded it 93pts. All we know about it is that it is an interesting combination of single malt and Pure Pot Still grain whiskey and when I tried it, it came across as a crisply elegant drop, that's bright and very well balanced. Nothing is out of place and the oak is very subtle. All bourbon oak matured and it looks like it came from Midleton distillery.

 
INDIA
Blackadder Raw Cask Amrut Sherry Cask Finish
200ml 61.00%
  Ret
$90.00
   
Warning: 200ml bottle! Blackadder Raw Cask: It's the one with the bits in it and at cask strength! And for 2016, a private bottling of the famed Amrut which is exciting but also with the added benefit of it being fully matured in a sherry cask. Only 370 bottles produced.

 
Paul John Brilliance
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$110.00
   
Move over Amrut, there is a new kid on the block. And it is all comes down to the chairman of John Distilleries, a general distilled spirits business, Mr Paul P John making the bold move in 2012 of getting into the quality end of the single malt business. Copper pot stills, locally & Scottish sourced barley, ex bourbon barrels and climate controlled maturation. Jim Murray was impressed giving the Brilliance 94.5pts, declaring, "yet another astonishing malt from India." and as one blogger put it, "Sharp apple at first, leading into sweet mango and cream, sweet fruit, honey and a tingle of cinnamon spice. Water softens some of the cinnamon heat and brings out even more apple and sweet cream."

 
Paul John Classic Select Cask
700ml 55.20%
  Ret
$140.00
   
Move over Amrut, there is a new kid on the block. And it is all comes down to the chairman of John Distilleries, a general distilled spirits business, Mr Paul P John making the bold move in 2012 of getting into the quality end of the single malt business. Copper pot stills, locally & Scottish sourced barley, ex bourbon barrels and climate controlled maturation. This is PJ's unpeated cask strength dram and as one retailer put it, "Oaky and sweet. Caramel, licorice, with a few drops of eucalyptus. Quite fresh and soft/silky." while another stated, "Packed with character, this expression is very exciting indeed."

 
Paul John Edited
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$115.00
   
Move over Amrut, there is a new kid on the block. And it is all comes down to the chairman of John Distilleries, a general distilled spirits business, Mr Paul P John making the bold move in 2012 of getting into the quality end of the single malt business. Copper pot stills, locally & Scottish sourced barley, ex bourbon barrels and climate controlled maturation. Need I say more, especially as Murray in his 2014 Bible gave it whopping 96.5pts, stating, "A world class whisky to talked about with reverence without doubt..." Fine, complex, full of choc mint and a pleasing light peatiness.

 
Paul John Peated Select Cask
700ml 55.50%
  Ret
$150.00
   
Move over Amrut, there is a new kid on the block. And it is all comes down to the chairman of John Distilleries, a general distilled spirits business, Mr Paul P John making the bold move in 2012 of getting into the quality end of the single malt business. Copper pot stills, locally & Scottish sourced barley, ex bourbon barrels and climate controlled maturation. With this dram, PJ used peated barley sourced from Scotland. The end result is a lively malt where the peat comes across as vegetal but there's plenty of oak and honey to balance it out.

 
USA
Four Roses
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$100.00
   
From the Four Roses distillery at Lawrenceburg comes this 5yo creamily smoothe and quite famous Bourbon. According to Dave Broom, "Very well-balanced. The uptown sophisticate, a discreetly charming member of the bourgeoisie".

 
Heaven Hill Larceny 92 Proof
1000ml 46.00%
  Ret
$155.00
   
The mash bill for this big litre bottle has been played around with. Instead of barley & rye making up most of the mash bill, the rye is swapped for wheat. It’s as if Heaven Hill wants to take on Maker's Mark doesn't it? From the Andrew at Serious Eats, "A small batch bourbon, each run is produced from dumps of 100 or fewer barrels of 6 to 12 year old whiskey, and bottled at 92 proof. The bourbon is a textbook example of a smooth sipper—if you're looking for a ragged whiskey knock-out you may be disappointed. But if you stick around, Larceny seriously delivers the flavor. The nose is a familiar bourbon experience, with vanilla, oak, a nice grain kick, dark cherries, and surprisingly *loads* of cinnamon."

 
Jefferson Ocean Aged At Sea Voyage No 6 Kentucky Straight Bourbon
750ml 45.00%
  Ret
$230.00
   
Aged at sea! Yep, that's correct.62 barrels, aged between 8 and 10 years were sent to sea for 6 months crossing the equator four times and calling into 31 ports. Why? Because the sloshing, the agitation, the temperature and humidity variations according to the blenders, speeds up maturation and adds complexity. Sounds like very much like what a certain crazy chap is doing in Tassie. And the taste? From The Whiskey Jug, "Overall this is some seriously tasty bourbon. Rich and deep in character starting at the nose and surging through the finish there are strongly defined bourbon notes blending with some unique briny characteristics that give this sourced bourbon an identity all its own."

 
Jeffersons Reserve Very Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon
750ml 45.10%
  Ret
$170.00
   
Four different spirits aged only in 6 to 10 barrels are used to mature this subtly elegant bourbon (who would have thought you would use those words to describe such a sweet and forthright spirit!). From Whiskey Reviews, "Jefferson’s Reserve is a delightful bourbon. I found its dry spiciness and building oak flavours very appealing. The spirit shows evidence of age in both the aroma and in the flavour, and that age has given rise to a spirit which displays character, balance, and smoothness." And the Very Old moniker? Who knows?

 
Jeffersons Very Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon
750ml 41.15%
  Ret
$125.00
   
Named after that most famous of of American revolutionaries and third Pres of the USA and a chap with a fondness for American whiskey. If we were in the UK we would call it an independent bottling, as the bottlers, McLain & Kyle buy in the spirit but age it themselves. And the results? With this entry level bourbon, very, very tasty, soft and supple but highly surprising. It is aged between 6 and 10 years in lightly toasted American oak and they only use from 6 to 10 barrels per batch. That's a certainly a change from the traditional high char with standard bourbon. The mashbill is 60% corn, 30% rye and 10% malted barley.

 
Neat Experience Handmade Whisky Glass
  Ret
$45.00
   
We know all about the NEAT (Naturally Engineered Aroma Technology) unique whisky glass that dissipates alcohol aromas away from the nose to unmask, enrich, and magnify the essence of the spirit with astonishing effectiveness. Now I would like to introduce you to Neat Experience:, a handblown connoisseur’s nosing and tasting glass. The Neat Experience uses the same patented "pot-still" shape as NEAT, but enjoys a new improved Chrystalyn™ lead-free crystal formulation which heightens the unique, stunning visual appearance. The glasses’ weight has been substantially increased, and weight distribution refined to enhance tactility, balance and feel.

 
Neat Experience Handmade Whisky Glass 6 Pack
  Ret
$270.00
   
Neat's latest glass is fully handmade resulting in a finer rim and weightier body. All glasses come individually boxed. NEAT (Naturally Engineered Aroma Technology) dissipates alcohol aromas away from the nose to unmask, enrich, and magnify the essence of the spirit with astonishing effectiveness.

 
Neat Whisky Glass
  Ret
$25.00
   
I've been searching for a new whisky glass for ages...something a little weird and something a little wonderful. And guess where I found it: on that most excellent Japanese blog site, Nonjatta! And guess where they are made: USA! And yes the Americans do like to export as well. So here we have it, a glass designed for nosing as well tasting...once you get used to it. But that's the fun with these glasses. They deliver all they promise, but you have to get used to it! Here's what Nonjatta had to say, "I compared the NEAT glass with Glencairn and copita glasses, using some reference malts that I thought I knew inside out. The results were fascinating, if a little unsettling: the reference malts were anything but reference in the NEAT glass. The malts seemed to completely redefine themselves and I picked up notes that I'd never found before. They revealed themselves in a completely different light, with much more intensity and depth in terms of aroma and taste and with much more overall presence and definition. Treat yourself to a set of NEAT glasses and you'll see what I mean - you won't regret it."

 
Neat Whisky Glass 6 Packs
  Ret
$120.00
   
NEAT 6 PACK SPECIAL OFFER I've been searching for a new whisky glass for ages...something a little weird and something a little wonderful. And guess where I found it: on that most excellent Japanese blog site, Nonjatta! And guess where they are made: USA! And yes the Americans do like to export as well. So here we have it, a glass designed for nosing as well tasting...once you get used to it. But that's the fun with these glasses. They deliver all they promise, but you have to get used to it! Here's what Nonjatta had to say, "I compared the NEAT glass with Glencairn and copita glasses, using some reference malts that I thought I knew inside out. The results were fascinating, if a little unsettling: the reference malts were anything but reference in the NEAT glass. The malts seemed to completely redefine themselves and I picked up notes that I'd never found before. They revealed themselves in a completely different light, with much more intensity and depth in terms of aroma and taste and with much more overall presence and definition. Treat yourself to a set of NEAT glasses and you'll see what I mean - you won't regret it."

 
WORLD WHISKIES
Cadenhead Potter Distilling Canadian Corn 11yo
700ml 55.10%
  Ret
$121.00
   
Bottled in 2000! But only 372 bottles produced. Have yet to try it but, the WWW forum has, "Nose: Vanilla, summer fruits, orange, sour dough and elastoplast. Palate: Icing sugar on fire, peppermint, oily and pleasant. Finish: Long and sugary with a slight bitter edge at the end. Comment: Obviously this stuff is not selling as it has now been available for 9yrs, but there's no good reason for that. This is good whisky. I want more." Pic indicative only.

 
 
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