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  ITEMS 101 TO 120 OF 380
         
SPEYSIDE
Cadenhead Small Batch Glenrothes 1997 20yo Refill Sherry
700ml 56.20%
  Ret
$209.00
   
Sherried Glenrothes...no that is a sweet surprise.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Glentauchers 1989 25yo
700ml 53.30%
  Ret
$229.00
   
A big Chivas Bros distillery that nobody has really heard of. And no official releases. It all gets lost in the Teachers & Ballantines blends, unless you have an indie bottling like this one. And BTW it is pronounced Glen-tock-ers. This dram comes from the UDV era. Stewed fruits, a touch of grassiness and mild buttery flavour.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Linkwood 1987 26yo
700ml 56.80%
  Ret
$279.00
   
I'm a big fan of Linkwood, so a well aged example, rarely seen, is always a welcome addition to the TOWC. All bourbon oak matured ans in their words, "Nose Creamy, lots of vanilla, fresh baked bread, egg custard and dried banana chips. Palate Toffee popcorn with a touch of salt and pineapple chunks. Finish Crisp and dry, quite herbal with aniseed, gooseberries and a little nutty." Only 972 bottles produced.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Linkwood 1992 23yo
700ml 55.30%
  Ret
$219.00
   
A big distillery with only one official bottling. How cruel. All bourbon oak matured, but get Mark Watt's take on it, "Is this a sherry cask? With dark Autumn Berries soft spices and churned toffee, then in comes a more bourbon cask range of flavours as a soft juicy melon and fresh cut spring grass, the spice that came on the nose is here in the middle palate along with more creamy toffee notes."

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Linkwood 1992 24yo
700ml 50.90%
  Ret
$219.00
   
Another great value dram with age. All bourbon oak and tasting of, "Coconut, Highland toffee, bung cloth (???) and dunnage floor." Out-turn 384 bottles.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Speyburn 2008 9yo
700ml 55.60%
  Ret
$139.00
   
Popular in the USA but rarely seen in Oz. Cadenhead notes read, "Nose: Freshly cut grass, clementines, spearmint leaves. Flavour: Crunchy honeycomb, wood oil, foam bananas. Finish: Menthol, pineapple sweets, deep fried seaweed."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Speyside 1991 24yo
700ml 50.50%
  Ret
$229.00
   
One of the newer distillery's in Speyside, as it was only completed in 1987! So to see one at this age is quite stunning. From Cadenheads, "The palate is rather good as we get to discover how well balanced drams from this great distillery can be. A nice soft slight creaminess, with sweet toffee apples and caramel liqueur coat the palate." Only 630 bottles released, all bourbon oak matured.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Strathisla 1997 18yo
700ml 56.90%
  Ret
$169.00
   
Officially there is only one bottling of Strathisla available to the public. And you can only buy it at the distillery. So when an 18yo turns up, I do get a little excited. In Mr Watt's words of wisdom, "Oily and syrupy to start and then gingerbread with butter and hints of cooking apples, is this a bake off challenge in a bottle? If so then i am having another try. A second time with this dram gets us to a sublime creamy fruity note, Some delicate spice comes out with the addition of a few drops of water or if left to open for 10-20 mins then its a lot more fruity."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Strathmill 1992 23yo
700ml 47.20%
  Ret
$229.00
   
A big distillery where most of its malt ends up in the giant J&B blend. More notes to follow,

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Strathmill 1993 24yo
700ml 50.30%
  Ret
$219.00
   
A big distillery where most of its malt ends up in the giant J&B blend. Two bourbon hogsheads were used in this bottling resulting in 354 bottles being released. Not really that many given the 2 x barrels. Cadenhead notes read, "Clotted cream, toffee meringues, golden syrup and black cherries." One for dessert?

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Tamdhu 1991 22yo
700ml 54.00%
  Ret
$215.00
   
Another curious whisky: this is an independent bottling of a distillery owned by an independent bottler, Ian MacLeod! In Cadenhead's words, "Nose: Lots of honey, almonds, vanilla and shortbread. Palate: Some olive oil, very grassy and quite herbal. Finish: Lots of salted caramel, more shortbread and some citrus notes."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Tamdhu 1991 24yo
700ml 54.40%
  Ret
$239.00
   
Once the backbone of White Horse and Vat 69, Tamdhu not stands in the same stable as Glengoyne. Notes to follow.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Tamnavulin 1992 22yo
700ml 52.90%
  Ret
$215.00
   
A big distillery with another curious, maybe even dubious history: Founded 1966 and to date it has had 9 different owners! Tasting notes from Wm Cadenhead, "Nose: Some oaty notes to start, some pistachio nuts and a little toffee. Palate: Quite buttery, lots of honey notes and pancake mix. Some grassier notes also with a touch of fennel. Finish: Lots of creamy vanilla notes, sweet toffee and a hint of lemongrass."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Tomintoul 2006 11yo
700ml 55.40%
  Ret
$139.00
   
A great value dram from out friends at Wm Cadenhead. This relatively modern distillery, founded 1965, is basically unknown to most of us but, get this, accounts for 5% of Scotland's whisky exports! Such a mystery malt. Official notes read, "Nose: Peppermint creams, creamy toffee, tiramisu. Flavour: Hard boiled toffee sweets, star anise. Finish: Gingerbread, wood shavings, cinnamon buns." I suspect the pic's colour is not quite right.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Tormore 1984 30yo
700ml 55.80%
  Ret
$419.00
   
A big Chivas owned distillery that was a late starter, as it was built in 1958. Can't say I've seen many official or Indie bottlings from this impressive looking distillery. Being a 30yo strongly suggest a big degree of rarity. In Cadenheads words, "Soft toffee with ginger spice, a little honeycomb and a hint of ripe pair. Lingering warm spices." 432 bottles released world wide.

   
Douglas Laing Old Particular Benrinnes 2007 10yo Woodstock The Stocks Shiraz Cask Finish
700ml 58.60%
  Ret
$200.00
   
What happens when Scott Collett of the famed Woodstock Winery of McLaren Vale has a liquid lunch with Fred Laing, the respected head of that well established independent bottling house, Douglas Laing & Co? A unique collaboration that spans the globe. Mr Laing offered a rather bright and tasty 10yo Benrinnes, while Mr Collett offered two of his very best shiraz hogsheads that were used in the making of the 2015 vintage of his flagship shiraz, The Stocks. The result? The Benrinnes was then finished for three months in these hoggies. And the taste? That superb combination of malt and honeyed gristiness of the malt with spicy red berry fruitiness of the wine casks.

   
Duthies Aultmore 13yo
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$95.00
   
Nose: Like a Scottish hillside on a summer day. Very lively notes of dew-soaked grass, heather and just a hint of oak. In their words, "Palate: A very flavoursome whisky. Initially peppery with hints of cumin and basil, opens out to release creamy vanilla and a pleasant malty flavour. Finish: More oak and malt as the spices return to provide a long-lasting finish."

 
Duthies Strathmill 19yo
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$122.00
   
Now this is a turn up for me, as it has been quite some time since I've tried a Strathmill. This is another hidden Diageo gem, usually attributed with the J&B blends. In their words, "Nose: Orange liqueur mixed in marzipan. Chocolate and cream. Palate: Malty and sweet, like cola bottle sweeties. American cream soda. Finish: The cream soda continues through, right on the tip of your tongue." (pic indicative only)

 
Firkin Whisky Co The Firkin Ten 10yo Madeira Barrique No 08 Single Malt Whisky
700ml 48.90%
  Ret
$190.00
   
What happens when two very old mates by the names of Robin Tucek (Blackadder Intl) and Mike Collings (Spencer Collings), who haven't talked for yonks make contact? The Firkin Whisky Coy is the answer! And this is their first bottling. A mysterious Speyside distillery that has spent 6 years in good European Oloroso sherry oak and then further aged for four more years in a Madeira (European oak) barrique with the out-turn being only a miserly 330 bottles worldwide. And the taste? The nose is warm and cuddly, lots of honey, sweet malt and the most excellent hint of dried orange peel. On the palate, surprisingly dry on entry, then rich honeycombe and malt flavours fill up the palate. And there's plenty of soft oakey notes making this a rather lush dram but the spirit keeps it lively. At the end, the dryness and grip of oak returns with pleasing note of cinnamon and dried peel. Lingering. Another glass? Firking hell, yes sireee!! A big Ace.

 
Glendronach 14yo Virgin Oak Finish
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$280.00
   
New to Oz in Jan 2017. In the past we would have called the use of virgin oak in maturing whisky either a tragedy, a little odd, a tad weird and for most, just plain wrong. We also thought that the use of new oak was "illegal". Well it "aint" as our American cousins would say. It never has been illegal, but it was frowned upon. But this Glendro is an each way bet. For you see it was initially matured in Euro oak, presumably it had sherry in it? Then topped dressed in new American oak. Has been described as spicy with plenty of tropical and citrus fruit flavours. Quite lively for its 46%.

 
 
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