Hibiki Harmony No ratings yet.

Sample rating item Luminous. Delicate. A transparency that unveils complexity. Color: Amber Nose: Rose, lychee, hint of rosemary, mature woodiness, sandalwood Palate: Honey like sweetness, candied orange peel, white chocolate Finish: Subtle, tender long finish, with hint of Mizunara (Japanese oak)

Togouchi No ratings yet.

Sample rating item Togouchi is a blended Japanese whisky from the producers Chugoku Jozo, who mature their whisky in a tunnel rather than a warehouse, which was built for a railway but never used. The name comes from where the tunnel is located, in the town of Togouchi, which merged with two other towns to create a town called Akiota. … Read More

Paul John Bold No ratings yet.

Sample rating item ABV 46% Bold is a journey that leads you down the unexplored, uncharted terrains of Goa. It offers you a slice of it’s best kept secrets, unravelling the mysteries bit by little bit. This expression invites you to leave the trail, tread the path less taken and plunge headlong into the delicious depths of Goa. Nose After … Read More

Amrut No ratings yet.

Sample rating item The history of Amrut Distilleries is as old as the history of independent India itself. Indeed, just as India is now noted as one of the world’s leading economies, so too is Amrut Distilleries an industry leader. In 1948, as India was taking its place as an independent nation, Amrut Distilleries entered the field of liquor making, … Read More

Armorik No ratings yet.

Sample rating item Cornerstone of the range, Armorik Classic brings together the best of our warehouse in a very accomplished edition. Marriage of sherry and bourbon casks of different ages, it highlights the quality of aging on the Brittany coast and the expertise of our master blender. This Armorik Classic is presented in an un-chillfiltered edition, exalting its aromas. Nose: … Read More

Balcones No ratings yet.

Sample rating item Based in Waco, Texas, Balcones have made a name for themselves as one of the most exciting craft distillers in America with their ingenuity, passion and (of course) their whiskies. The Balcones team built most of their distilling equipment themselves, which let them design it to accommodate what they wanted to make. In their own words, they … Read More

Bushmills No ratings yet.

“An intriguing name and an intriguing flavour. Right from the pour you’ll notice the dark colouring‚ a result of maturing for up to seven years in spanish oloroso sherry casks and sweet bourbon barrels. As for the taste‚ this 80% malt premium whiskey floats across the tongue to deliver dark‚ velvety fruity notes right through to the back of your throat.”

Big and full to start off with‚
quickly becoming light with a hint of a spicy fruitbread cake.

Floats across your tongue to the back of your throat where it rests as a slight sherrybread sweetness.

A lingering‚ smooth sweetnessbread that flourishes into your cheeks.

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Canadian Club No ratings yet.

Sample rating item Our best-selling, flagship whisky is where most folks begin their whisky journey. This is the one that started the legend. A giant of Canadian whisky since 1858, it’s aged longer than the 3 years required by law in oak barrels before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour. DESCRIPTION Refreshing and Smooth COLOUR Bright gold AROMA Fresh and … Read More

Discovery Road 5/5 (1)

Sample rating item Dutch whiskey! Dominic Roskrow, whisky writer and founder of the Craft Distillers’ Alliance, started the selection to enlighten us to new world whisky from places that wouldn’t be the first to come to mind when you think of whisky production. However, these lesser known locations do make some mighty fine whiskies, and the Discovery Road Smile is … Read More

Few Spirits No ratings yet.

Sample rating item Few Spirits is a true grain-to-glass distillery, sourcing as many of their ingredients as possible from nearby the distillery. As the first distillery in Evanston (near Chicago) since prohibition, FEW cheekily takes its name from the initials of Francis Elizabeth Willard, a local woman who was a key figure in the temperance movement! Each of their attractive … Read More