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Kilchoman Summer 3yo 2010 Release
700ml 46.00%
A very early release and matured in ex bourbon barrels courtesy of Buffalo Trace. Notes from a major retailer, "The palate is soft and creamy from the get go building with a mildly tingly burst of sweet spice. Off dry flavours of malt are delivered in a slightly oily, soft, peaty blanket. Delicate spices persist with a hint of liquorice returning into the very lengthy aftertaste. Youthful, delicious whisky. " Not bad for such a young whisky.

Lagavulin 12yo Cask Strength 2004 Release
700ml 58.20%
This is now one for the collectors to hunt out. But boy, what a dram! Explosive, massively peated and undeniably one of the most complex malts I tried in years.

Lagavulin 1996 12yo Distillers Edition
700ml 43.00%
This is the 2012 release of this richly sherried (PX sherry that is) and peaty dram. Christmas cake, rum, chocolate and a bonfire. And with such splendid balance too.

Lagavulin 1999 15yo Distillers Edition
700ml 43.00%
It's always a joy to see the famed and richly flavoured Lagavulin finished in PX sherry oak. Bottled in 2015, so it's either a 15 or 16yo, From WhiskySaga, "Rich in sweetness at first, then it sort of switches gears and I find dry ashes and pepper. Amazingly it switches again and there’s notes of fruit juices – citrus, melon and pineapple."

Laphroaig 15yo
700ml 43.00%
700ml version of the milder, fuller flavoured, sherry influenced Laphroaig, both the peat and iodine are toned down a tad, but I have to admit, I think it works a treat.

Whisky & Co Whisky Antique Ardbeg 1998 16yo Sherry Cask 15005
700ml 56.90%
A collaboration between two private bottlers. And what a find! Bottled by Malts Of Scotland in 2015 with only 150 bottles being released.

Cadenhead Single Cask Highland Park 1996 20yo
700ml 50.60%
A somewhat curious HP as they notes don't really mention the classic peat/honey combo that HP used to bang on about. I've seen modern versions, very similar to this one. Distilled 1996, bottled 2016, ex Bourbon cask, out-turn: 258 bottles. From Mr Cadenhead, Mark Watt, "A little lemon, vanilla, lots of cream, apple crumble, icing sugar and pear tart...a very coastal finish."

Cadenhead Small Batch Arran 1997 19yo
700ml 52.40%
Aaah, an aged Arran that was laid down in the very days of what was a very new distillery. Distilled in 1997, bottled in 2016, matured in 1 x ex Boubon cask and 1 x sherry cask. Out-tun: 486 bottles. I love the official notes, "Fruit pudding, vanilla, plum jam and rich creamy chocolate, cofffee liqueur." Not your standard tasting note for an Arran malt.

Cadenhead Small Batch Highland Park 1990 25yo
700ml 50.60%
This is a vatting of two bourbon hogsheads and as Serge Valentin declares, "Sharp, waxy, citrusy, herbal, very much focused, well-chiselled, slightly smoky� And there�s this bitterness that keeps it a little �intellectual. 91pts " noting that he can't understand why the distillery got rid of these casks.

Highland Park 18yo
700ml 43.00%
Some say that this is best malt in the world, others say that it is the only malt worth drinking in the world and some say that there are certainly some whisky whackers out there. And me? An absolute champion of poise, elegance and that famous whiff of smoke. Murray currently rates it at 95.5pts. Buxton's 101.

Scapa Glansa GL04
700ml 40.00%
So nice to see Scapa back on the shelves in Oz. This 10/2017 release of this gentle Orcadian is all American oak matured and then the spirit is further matured in casks that had a peaty malt in it. So there is a big dose of creamy oak, a touch of fruitiness, mainly dark fruits and then what Gavin Smith describes as mild wood smoke, kicks in. Also notes from Whisky Boys, "Vanilla ice cream, singed honey and orange glazed ham, a little oak peeping in, sweet smoke from a beach bonfire, a feel of runny caramel, loads of well ripened tropical fruits."

Scapa Skiren
700ml 40.00%
This new to Oz but 2017 release is the sister malt to the mildly smoky Glansa. What sets Skiren apart, is that it is matured in first fill American oak. So expect a big dose of creamy, coconut flavoured oak on a bed of mildly tasting malt and spirit. From Edinburgh whisky blog, "Initial tropical notes remind me of fruit salad sweets, which give way to light vanilla, creamy fudge, manuka honey and pine wood."

Talisker 10yo
700ml 45.80%
Mmmmm..love that pungent scents of the sea, the big whiff of white pepper, the salty tang at the back and that classic mouthwatering finish. Love it! Buxton's 101.

Talisker 57" North
700ml 57.00%
A no age cak strength version of the ever popular and always reliable 10yo. As you could imagine it's powerful, intensive, even biting with a big dose of smoke, ash, sea spray & citrus notes. The added alcohol adds a really nice touch of freshness to this remarkable malt.

Talisker Malt Tasting Pack 3 x
200ml 49.50%
What a perfect tasting pack. 3 x 200ml bottles of Tali10yo, Distillers Edition and 57 Deg North.

Glengyle Kilkerran Work In Progress 2 Grey Label 6yo
700ml 46.00%
The feints of the 1st edition have gone and now this malt is starting to blossom. The length and zestiness bordering on salty of this mat is amazing and do like the crisp maltiness mid palate. Can't wait for the next one! From the distillery, "Nose: Light and fragrant, the nose leads you into the dram gently. Refreshing lemon citrus, hints of pear and just a dash of sherbet. Palate: Masses of sweet vanilla immediately take over the taste buds before the classic Campbeltown salt hits the tongue. Creamy toffee and butterscotch become apparent as the natural oils coat the mouth. Finish: gentle smoke comes from deep in the throat followed up by very pleasant ground spices".

Hazelburn 10yo
700ml 46.00%
Brand new for Summer 2015. Still triple distilled, fully matured in ex boubon casks and according to blogger SWB (I've yet to try it), "Palate: Thick and mouth coating with gently sweet, fruity oils with a pinch of spices. The quality from the nose comes through clearly into the palate. There’s a fudgey creamy quality and chocolate. Finish: Jam packed with gorgeous flavours, some of which are from the great quality bourbon wood. It’s really long and leaves flavours on your palate for yonks, as long as many a peated whisky. Thoughts: I was hugely impressed with this dram when I had it as the first dram of a big Islay tour, and it always stood out in my mind after the tour, which already marked it out as a potential gem."

Hazelburn 10yo Rundlets & Kilderkins
700ml 50.10%
Now I am led to believe that this is final R&K from Springbank. This time those small 60 and 80 lt casks are used with Springbank's triple distilled whisky, Hazelburn. In Springbank's words, "Nose: An infusion of chocolate, honeycomb and dried fruit combine well with a malty undertone, before a rich creaminess develops. Palate: Elegant yet complex with a combination of spices, sweeter candy notes, butterscotch, marzipan and sugared almonds. A rich oily texture is derived from its maturation in small casks, giving the impression of a maturity beyond its 10 years. Finish: Long, robust and medium dry. An earthy oakiness is infused with sweet salty notes which go on and on."

Hazelburn 12yo Sherry
700ml 46.00%
Springbank Distiller's latest triple distilled, ex sherry cask matured, unpeated single malt. And I have to say that this is one sensational malt! And I mean that in its truest sense: the nose is subtly expressive, plenty of old, dark furniture notes, hints of dried orange zest, pepper, cardamom with a hint of bitter marmalade. Very supple, very classy with all the senses fully engaged. So bring on the palate. Fabulous oak: plenty of dried fruits, bitter orange that sits well with subtle malt. Initially sweet then the pepper and crisp spirit arrives at the end leaving a very intriguing, but lasting finish. Typical Springbank: lots of angles & crisp intensity as well as being just huge on the palate. Magic stuff.

Hazelburn 2003 13yo Oloroso Sherry Wood
700ml 47.10%
Great review for this new release in 2017 from blogger Mark at Malt, "Velvety, if a little thin on the texture. Certainly not as oily as its sister brands, yet pleasant enough. Heavy on the charcoal, with blackened meats - and honey glaze. Indeed, an underlying meatiness here, drifting into gamey, grouse territory. Blackcurrants and elderberry or even Balsamic tartness to this, which actually works with that meatiness. Blackcurrant juice then begins to dominate. Rather creamy, with just enough bitterness from the wood to balance out. Ever-so-slight metallic tinge. Caramel notes, and eventually those dried fruits one would expect. Conclusions Opening day of the shooting season: gamey, smokey. Just a lovely whisky. Typical of some of the whiskies being released from Springbank of late, and that is something to be celebrated, as it's very much my cup of tea. I can have no shortage of this style of whisky in my cupboard."

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