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  ITEMS 321 TO 340 OF 380
         
IRELAND
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."

 
Jameson Caskmates IPA Edition
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$90.00
   
Yep, the famous Triple extra matured in IPA beer casks! Soft with a gentle hint of hops.

 
Mitchell & Son Green Spot Irish Pot Still Whiskey
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$90.00
   
Greenspot is a pure 'pot still' Irish whiskey made by the Midleton distillery (home of Jameson) for the Dublin whisky merchants Mitchell & Son. Pure potstill is a style of Irish whiskey made in larger copper potstills with a mix of malted and unmalted barley. "Pure pot still�unquestionably one of the world's greatest branded whiskies." Jim Murray 93pts '08. Buxton's 101.

 
Mitchell & Son Yellow Spot 12yo Irish Pot Still Whiskey
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$160.00
   
Yellow Spot is the age stated older brother of the famous Green Spot, pot still whiskey. Pot still Irish whiskey made by the Midleton distillery (home of Jameson) for the Dublin whisky merchants Mitchell & Son. Pure potstill is a style of Irish whiskey made in larger copper potstills with a mix of malted and unmalted barley. But the real feature of this Yellow Spot, is the extra matuartion in one of Eropes really sweet wines, Malaga.

 
Redbreast 12yo
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$140.00
   
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.

 
Redbreast 12yo Cask Strength
700ml 57.70%
  Ret
$230.00
   
The entire Redbreast range is impressive but this 12yo CS from 2100 is a cracker. It appears the standard 12 with the addition of a touch of sherry oak and of course at cask strength. The official note reads, "Nose: A fruit explosion: figs, dates, ripe banana, sultanas, red apple and lime. Pot still spices combine with the sweet vanilla and pine from the casks. Taste: Deep full dried fruit, a touch of citrus with aromatic oils and spices. Vanilla sweetness leads to toasted oak and barley. Finish: Exceedingly long finish with a rich complexity of spices and fruit, slowly fading through sweet butterscotch to barley.

 
Redbreast 15yo
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$190.00
   
This a bottling from a 2016 or 2017. Big, luscious, massively longand most notable for its famous crunch, courtesy of that "Pure Pot Still". ie un-malted barley, character. Distilled at Middleton distillery.

 
Redbreast 15yo Old Bottling
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
POA
     
The original has returned! Big, luscious, massive length and that famous crunch of that Pure Pot Still character and distilled at Midleton Distillery. Looks like this one was distilled around 2009. March 2015 - World Whisky Award winner!

 
Writers Tears Cask Strength Pot Still Irish Whiskey 2011
700ml 53.00%
  Ret
$160.00
   
Now, no longer bought into the country, but a cracker of an Irish triple with that "pure pot still", ie, unmalted barley, style.

 
INDIA
Amrut Portnova India Single Malt
700ml 62.10%
  Ret
$220.00
   
The name gives it all away. Amrut partially finished in Portuguese port pipes. However, this unpeated spirit was initially matured in American oak, then transferred to the port pipe and then back to the American oak. According to ScorchNoob, "There’s the Amrut banana upfront. Sweet and just off cloying. There is moderate tongue burn, followed by sweet-and-sour mix, cinnamon raisin toast, sticky prunes, banana nut bread and raspberry jam. Viscous mouthfeel: syrupy but not oily or thick."

 
Amrut Single Cask 888 India Single Malt
700ml 62.80%
  Ret
$290.00
   
The original distillery was founded in Bangalore, India in 1948 but Amrut did not start malt whisky production until the mid 1980's.  Their first malt was not released until 2004. However, Amrut were not adverse to trying new and interesting techniques with their malts. And Cask 888 is one of them, in using virgin American oak. Only 150 bottles were released in Australia. And the taste? From Kelvin Low, "Palate is bright, with lots of citrus, mandarin peels, stonefruits, sultanas, really luscious and syrupy. Also has lots of kumquats and cloves without overpowering."

 
Amrut Spectrum First Release India Single Malt
700ml 50.00%
  Ret
$670.00
   
This really is a first not only for Amrut, that well renowned distillery from Bangalore in India, but also for world distilling. As an American oak ex Bourbon cask matured Amrut, was further matured in a cask that was made up from five different wood types!! For you see, the staves of the cask were made from a mix of new American Oak, new French Oak, new Spanish Oak, ex-PX cask sherry cask stave & ex-Olorosso sherry cask stave. And the taste? From Whisky Intelligence, "sherry, rum, butterscotch, chocolate, prunes, molasses, pecans, walnuts, almonds, English wine gum."

 
Gemini Distilleries MaQintosh Premium Indian & Scottish Malted Barley Whisky
750ml 42.80%
  Ret
$100.00
   
Love the spelling of the name MaQintosh. This dram is from Amrut, now a well established and regarded Indian whisky distillery.

 
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.

 
JAPAN
Chichibu 2008 3yo Ichiros Malt The First
700ml 61.80%
  Ret
$680.00
   
This is the new distillery of the world famous Mr Ichiro Akuto. You would remember him from his old Hanyu days where he produced the very classy and now highly collectible Card series malts. Chichibu was founded in 2008 and is definitely on the artisanal scale of distilling as his output is approx 80,000lts/yr. And he's not afraid of allowing changeable climatic conditions influence his casks, much like our Tassie mate Tim Ducket. . From Japanese fanatic Dramtastic, "Nose: Lots of leafy notes to start. Bourbony. Cola, cigar leaf, some floral notes, bread dough, lemon, pork crackling, strawberry, butter menthols, fish sauce, mashed potatoes. Palate: Neat, it�s big on hot spices; vanilla, cola, tobacco and strawberry. With water, lots of barley sugar, more vanilla, sweet orange, ginger, honey and bubblegum. Finish: Is long and malty with tobacco, mushrooms and sweet spices. Last Word: Chichibu is officially on the whisky map and how! Rating: 86/100"

 
Monde Shuzo 10yo Fujikai Single Malt Whisky
500ml 43.00%
  Ret
$360.00
   
A curious collaboration between Monde Shuzo, owners of Isawa brand, and Whisky Du Monde. Fujikai refers to the distillery's location near Mt Fuji. Only 8,808 bottles were released. And that's about all I know! Help pls? All bourbon cask matured.

 
Nikka Yoichi 15yo
700ml 45.00%
  Ret
$950.00
   
The Yoichi distillery hails from the west coast of Hokkaido, an environment Mr Taketsuru found was closest to his beloved Highlands of Scotland. The other feature of this distillery is that it exclusively uses first fill & virgin American oak casks, but uses a charring technique to reduce those overly sweet & coconut new oak flavours. And then we end up with the most sumptuous even luxurious malt I've had in ages, so let me introduce you to the 15yo. And did I mention its lingering complexity of flavours? Well I have now.

 
Nonjatta Ghost #7 Karuizawa x Kawasaki Time Slip Blended Japanese Whisky
700ml 43.00%
  Ret
$6500.00
   
It all started out when an English journalist fell in love with a country and culture, especially its drinking culture, he was reporting on, Japan. And his name: Chris Bunting. His love for Japanese whiskies I have to say, has no bounds, as his influential website, Nonjatta, really did make the world take a serious look at Japanese whiskies. So to see a unique bottling under the Nonjatta name really did catch my attention. From the current editor of Nonjatta, Stefan Van Eycken, "Towards the end of 2014, we were contacted by a friend who had made an incredible discovery in a forgotten warehouse up in the cold north of Japan (Hokkaido, to be precise): a blend of Karuizawa malt and Kawasaki grain from the late 70s that had been slumbering in glass for over 3 decades. We tried to curb our enthusiasm until we had tasted it… When we finally got round to tasting it, we knew we had to do something with it. It wasn’t just a historic curiosity. It was a pretty fine specimen from the days when most Japanese whisky was… well, quite frankly, nothing to write home about."

 
Suntory Hakushu 12yo
700ml 43.50%
  Ret
$290.00
   
This is a first for the Odd Whisky Coy, but is comes highly recommended. This is Suntory's second and youngest distillery (Yamazaki being first), having been built in 1973. It once held the clain to be one of the biggest distilleries on earth...having 36 stills in operation. From the distillery, "Hakushu 12yo has aroma of pears, crushed leafy bracken a hint of citrus. You can enjoy subtle smokiness and the sweet poached pears on the palate". From Dramtastic at Nonjatta, "Nose: Very fresh. Ultra clean black pepper, banana, vanilla custard, lemon tart, soap flakes, peat. Invigorating. Palate: Pepper as if it's straight from the shaker into the malt but balanced. Earthy peat, banana over oats, toffee, cream, some orange and lemon. Finish: Is medium length, with peppery spice and underpinned by clean malt and lingering earthy peat. Highly recommended."

 
 
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