Let’s give you all a sneak preview of things to come.
On the right hand side you can see the original Single Malt Scotch whisky. In the middle the first 6 month sample of the same undisclosed Single Malt finishing on a rare Kriek Cantillon butt. And finally, on the left hand side you have a nicely, natural colored whisky in shades of orange, pink and amber.
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Are you one of those people who’s looking for a perfect gift?
Have you been spending time in quite a few shops without finding the PERFECT dram that pleases you or that just does not have the right ‘swoong’
For those who still need to find some interesting, tasty liquid to give as a gift.
As every one has it’s price I’ll put in some collector bottles, easy drinking whisky, … something for every budget.
I’d love to get either of these drams.
Kilkerran Heavily Peated Batch 1+ Kilkerran 12yo
Glendronach Master Vintage 1993 25yo
Laphroaig Cairdeas Amontillado
Mezan Long Pond Jamaica 2000 CS
Cadenhead’s Creations Blend 18yo
Lagavulin 8yo – 200th Anniversary
Kilchoman Sauternes Cask Finish
If you still don’t see anything that pleases you, don’t hesitate to check the other bottles on the site.
It has been a long time coming. The evolution of Teeling Irish Whiskey is one we’ve watched since mid-2014, when they first debuted some older sourced whiskey expressions alongside the stated goal of bringing whiskey making back into the heart of Dublin, Ireland. This they accomplished in early 2015 when their first barrel of aging whiskey was laid down even as they shortly thereafter opened the doors to their new distillery to the public. And now, in a move which brings them full circle, Teeling Whiskey, well known for full bodied, fruity Irish whiskey has finally produced it’s first Single Pot Still Whiskey in its distillery in Dublin.
I was sceptical when these released. Especially the price set me off at first. In November 2019 I tried these at Spirits in the Sky, Brussels, and I was really impressed. These are the FIRST Single Malts ever released by Compass Box and I must say they are worth trying.
Compass Box introduces the Myths & Legends trinity like this:
Scotch whisky has a rich array of stories, myths and legends. However, what start as myths can become received wisdom, influencing our understanding and restricting our enjoyment. We have deployed blending to challenge assumptions, biases and prejudices concerning Scotch in this limited edition series we call Myths & Legends.
It may surprise some, but blending is as crucial to the creation of single malts as it is to blended whisky. Myths & Legends I highlights the extent to which individual casks are often unreliable authorities for the style of whisky made at a distillery; it is by blending casks together that a fuller picture of distillery character can emerge.
Myths & Legends I Myths & Legends II Myths & Legends III
Myths & Legends I
Myths & Legends II
Myths & Legends III