Aberfeldy – The caramel, sherry, dried fruit, and coffee notes make for a well-rounded experience. There's sweetness and malt on the palate with notes of vanilla, almonds, cream, and some spicy oak. An ever so slight peatiness is there to spice things up.

Aardbeg – This 10 year old Islay single malt is quite possibly the peatiest and smokiest complex single malt of them all, aged in American bourbon oak casks

Auchentoshan American Oak – infused vanilla and coconut with layers of zesty citrus fruit, making this Scotch Single Malt from Auchentoshan stand out from the crowd. A refreshingly smooth whisky taste. Lively, with vanilla cream, coconut and white peach. Crisp, with sugared grapefruit and a lingering hint of spice

​Balvenie 17 - ​Some of the aromas detected are vanilla, orchard fruits, and toffee. Sweet without being cloying, the dried fruit notes from the sherry are present, but don't overpower the malt whisky. Chocolate and floral honey are found as well​

Balvenie Carribean Cask - Sweet vanilla forms a creamy palate with notes of apples and mangoes with a hint of orange in the background. Finish: The finish lingers with a vanilla focused character.

Balvenie Doublewood - Sweet with good body. The bourbon characters develop; gentle spice with a little vanilla, a hint of balancing peat lurking quietly in the substrata. Dried fruit too, combining with nuts, nutmeg, cinnamon, back into the bourbon notes.

Buchanans 12 yr - Nose: Slight hints of peat, orange zest and vanilla cream. Palate: Vanilla continues, with plenty of orchard fruit in tow. Caramel sweetness. Finish: Cigar box and peat smoke.​

Lagavulin – The definitive Islay malt - intense, smoky and rich; aged for 16 years in oak casks

Laphroiag – This full bodied 10 year old Islay single malt has a bold, smoky taste with a hint of seaweed and a surprising sweetness

Talisker – While not as overly peaty as other Islay malts, earthy flavors are still prominent in the background without all of the smokiness; this 10 year old Scotch comes from the only distillery on the Isle of Skye

Dalwhinnie 15 – A smooth and subtle classic Highland malt, notes of creamy vanilla and heather-honey with just a touch of Highland smoke

Glenmorangie Original – Soft, mellow and creamy with citrus and vanilla notes, aged in Bourbon barrels from Missouri

Glenmorangie Lasanta – Extra matured for two additional years in Spanish sherry casks to give it a warmer complex flavor

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban – darkest and most intense; this single malt spends an extra two years in port casks from wine country in Portugal, giving it flavors of mint, chocolate, walnut, Turkish delight and Seville oranges

Glenmorangie Nectar D’Or – Rich and spicy dessert flavors of ginger, nutmeg, almond and lemon zest; aged in French Sauternes casks

Macallan 12 – Exclusively matured in sherry seasoned oak casks from Spain and America; rich dried fruit and sherry balanced with smoked wood and spice finishing with sweet toffee as well

Macallan 12 Double Cask

Macallan 25 – Luxurious and elegant; notes of dried fruit and wood smoke balanced with citrus and cinnamon

Glenkinchie – Hailing from one of the few remaining lowland distilleries, this “Edinburgh malt” is distilled in some of Scotland’s largest stills and matured for 12 years; light and floral with a fresh creamy taste

Glenfiddich – Aged in American oak and Spanish sherry casks for 12 years; creamy with hints of pear and subtle oak

Glenlivet 12 – Matured in American and Eroupean oak casks,imparting vanilla notes and its distinct smoothness; well-balanced and fruity flavor with strong pineapple notes and a creamy, smooth finish with marzipan and fresh hazelnuts; mineral rich water from Josie’s Well ensure the flavors of this scotch

Glenlivet 15 French Oak Reserve – A proportion is matured in French oak casks, creating a rich and exotic spiciness; fruity, nutty flavors with lingering traces of sweet almonds and hints of spice

Glenlivet Nadurra – Regarded as the brand’s most natural expression of scotch, it is produced at cask strength from first-fill bourbon casks by traditional methods, omitting chill-filtration; crisp with hints of peaches and vanilla and a finish with a licorice tang

Irish Whiskey

Bushmills – An Irish whiskey with some residual peat; this blend from Ireland’s oldest distillery is comprised of triple distilled single malt whiskey for a warm taste of fresh fruit and vanilla

Bushmills Black Bush – Matured for up to 7 years in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks and sweet Bourbon barrels; dark, velvety and fruity

Green Spot – Originally known as “Pat Whiskey”; a single pot whiskey aged 10 years and produced specifically for Mitchell and Son of Dublin, Ireland  

Jameson – a blend of remarkable pot still whiskies with a delicate grain whiskey matured in sherry casks and oak bourbon barrels and tripled distilled; the perfect balance of spicy, nutty and vanilla notes with hints of sherry

Jameson Black Barrel – Matured in flame charred bourbon barrels; fruity sweetness from the grain along with heavy notes of charred oak and deep spice

Jameson 18 Limited Reserve – Mellow and smooth with flavors of fudge, toffee and spice with hints of wood and leather along with vanilla and sherry

Jameson Blenders Dog - ​A rich, round, creamy mouthfeel, with the sweetness of butterscotch, giving way to the prickle of the pot still spices. Succulent fruit brings the perfect balance as charred oak with some subtle tannin add to the complexity.

Jameson Coopers Croze - The initial impression is from the sweet vanilla of the American ex-bourbon barrels. This brings added depth to the rich fruits typical of the ex-oloroso sherry butts. A pleasant touch of hazelnut and toasted wood complement the pot still spices. 

Jameson Distillers Safe - The initial impression is from the sweet vanilla of the American ex-bourbon barrels. This brings added depth to the rich fruits typical of the ex-oloroso sherry butts. A pleasant touch of hazelnut and toasted wood complement the pot still spices.

Jameson Caskmates Stout - The initial sweet mouth coating typical of the Irish pot still inclusion is quickly complemented by the subtle touch of hops and cocoa beans from the beer cask finish.

Jameson Caskmates IPA - Hops and light citrus with sweet herbal notes and delicate spicy tones.

Midleton Very Rare – Jon Jameson & Son’s supreme selection from the Midleton Distillery, County Cork; a small triple distilled Irish whiskey released in limited batches of fifty bottles per year.

Midleton Vintage - Combines only hand-selected single pot still and single grain Irish whiskeys of exceptional quality and rarity within the Midleton Distillery, with each whiskey having been matured exclusively in lightly-charred ex-bourbon American oak barrels for between 13 and 34 years.

Paddy Old Irish Whiskey – Triple distilled and aged in oak barrels in a dark aromatic warehouse for up to 7 years; soft and mellow

Red Breast 12 – Full flavored single pot still; complex spicy and fruity aroma with notes of toasted wood matured in Oloroso sherry casks

Red Breast 15 - adored for its maple syrup, berries, spicy notes and oak tannins flavor notes. This Irish Whiskey is carefully distilled at Midleton distillery, Ireland.

Teeling – Small batch bottling consisting of hand selected casks given further maturation in old rum barrels, imparting extra character and smooth flavor; sweet and slightly woody

Tullamore Dew – A gentle and complex blend of all three types of Irish whiskey - grain, pot still and malt; this triple distilled blend is aged in sherry and oak casks and is known for its vanilla sweetness

Tullamore Dew 12 – This seasonal reserve is a carefully crafted blend of older Irish whiskeys with a higher proportion of pot still and malt whiskeys matured for 12 to 15 years  

Tullamore Dew 14 - An intensely rich and smooth Irish whiskey characterized by its rare four cask finish in Bourbon, Sherry, Port and Madeira casks and perfectly balanced at 41.3%. Vibrant and lively with incredible fruitiness. Ripe apples, sweet citrus and hints of tropical fruit all enveloped in Vanilla Oak

Tullamore Dew 15 - Trilogy offers notes of salted caramel, nutty amontillado sherry, and nutmeg — and comes across as surprising and exciting. Modestly sweet, it engages the senses without overwhelming.

Tullamore Dew 18 - combination of caramelized fruit, rich oak and baked apple brings us to a rich and warming finish of woody spice, toasted marshmallows and lingering malty sweetness.

Tullamore Dew Carribean Cask -  Big tropical fruits (particularly banana), honey, vanilla and spice. The rum character in this whiskey dominates the profile. On the palate, those same rum notes carry through but underneath you can finally make out some of the typical caramel, toffee and apple notes.

Tullamore Dew Cider Cask -  ​Notes of toasted oak tinged with cider sweetness to engage and delight the palate of true Irish whiskey lovers. Fresh leafiness with a hint of crisp green apple and sweet maltiness.



​WHISKEY or WHISKY.  What's going on with the "E"?  These spellings were only fixed in the 20th century. Up until then, the extra ‘e’ was being flung around as if at a rave in the 1990s. Some distillers – be they in Scotland, Ireland, or the US – used the ‘e’. Others didn’t.
It is widely believed that during the 19th century, Ireland’s distillers began to use the ‘e’ as a way to differentiate their whiskeys from Scotch. They were becoming more popular and were regarded as being of higher quality. Having a different spelling gave the Irish another way of distinguishing between the two styles. Marketing, in other words.

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