This single malt was distilled at Linkwood distillery in 2007 and aged for more than 13 years in a single hogshead, yielding a total of 282 bottles. Layers of indulgent flavours marry together in harmony to make for a truly pleasant result.
THE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENT OF ISLAY IS PEAT
PEAT Pure Islay is the companion to PEAT, trading its feisty full strength for a more approachable and easy-sipping 45% ABV.
Packed with Islay smoke, it's still a go-to whisky for both cocktails and long drinks, as well as being an excellent dram to sit with long into the night.
Created using whiskies from a handful of distilleries from across Islay, PEAT Pure Islay is a well-balanced and easy-drinking everyday whisky to keep all smoky dram fans happy.
Kivnelle Trading are very proud and honoured to collaborate with Niizawa Brewery, a well-known sake brewery in Japan with over 140 years of history in sake brewering.
To achieve final finishing, sake needs to go through 3 final pressing stage namely the Arabashiri (first pressed/first run sake), Nakadorl (2nd pressed/middle take) and finally, Seme (last pressed).
Hence, for this special Anniversary joint bottling (also our first Sake product) we are introducing a special sake experience by releasing a set of 3 bottle sake from the same single tank, harvested individually from each of the three pressing stage, allowing you to experience and satisfying curious palate with the difference in taste that each (three) of the pressing stage brings. This is also the first ever single tank sake in set ever release.
Glenburgie’s full-bodied, malty characteristics shown here ensure its position as a key component of Ballantine’s blends.
In this bourbon hogshead, Speyside’s coastal malt offers a uniquely saline take on the region’s smooth, approachable style.
This single malt whisky from the Scottish Speyside distillery Auchroisk matured for 30 long years - distilled in February 1991, the single malt matured in a refill hogshead, then the cask was filled in December 2021 in Douglas Laing's XOP series to 200 bottles at cask strength.
A sherried variation of The Gauldrons from Douglas Laing! This blended malt is comprised of malt whiskies from the Campbeltown region, and has been given a finishing period in Spanish sherry casks, introducing some delectable notes of dried fruit, chocolate, and festive spice to the softly smoky situation. Hugely impressive stuff from the independent bottling experts!
This limited edition joins Douglas Laing's Scallywag range, The Chocolate Edition 2022 is comprised entirely of sherry cask-matured Speyside single malts, drawn from single casks. Each cask was selected especially for its chocolate-rich profile, ensuring huge helpings of cacao depth and dark, sweet spice. Definitely one to enjoy with a nice chunk of dark chocolate!
It's time to meet the beast – the Timorous Beastie, that is! Douglas Laing has created a limited edition bottling of it's Highland blended malt expression, featuring whiskies matured for at least 13 years before bottling. The whiskies were aged exclusively in American bourbon barrels, and it's been bottled up at 52.5% ABV. 3,000 bottles of this little beastie were produced. it takes its name from a Robbie Burns poem, but despite sounding small, it's by no means a shy dram!
The Timorous Beastie has grown up! This right here is a limited edition variant on Douglas Laing's Timorous Beastie blended malt (made exclusively with Highland whiskies), now made with whiskies aged for at least 18 years before bottling!
Douglas Laing has gone and released an excellent limited edition bottling of Big Peat in celebration of Fèis Ìle 2022! Dubbed the Beach BBQ Edition, this blended malt Scotch whisky combines a host of whiskies from distilleries across Islay, offering up an appropriately smoky flavour profile. Bottled up at a weighty 54.2% ABV, only 3,000 bottles were produced, featuring the eponymous Big Peat on the label having a traditional Scottish BBQ in the pouring rain.
This light spirit benefits from at least 18 years of maturation in hand selected casks, giving the fruity and nutty malt extra layers of caramel, raisins and oaky vanilla, with baking spices. A marvellous and complex dram that has a great lingering finish.
A great beginner's whisky right here from the Glen Grant Distillery, produced in tall pot stills. This 10 year old Speyside single malt, having spent a decade in bourbon casks, boasts oodles of light, malty notes. A top dram for warmer weather.