The Arran Explorers’ Series is a collection of limited edition expressions of The Arran Single Malt. Each edition celebrates the outstanding scenic beauty and diversity of nature on the Isle of Arran.
Find out more about this 20yo, limited, sherry influenced Scottish Single Malt and order one of this final bottles.
The final chapter in the Devil’s Punch Bowl Trilogy. Chapter 3 was bottled in 2014. Following in the smouldering steps of Chapter I – The Devil’s Punch Bowl and Chapter II – Angels and Devils, The Fiendish Finale is comprised from a devilishly delicious selection of casks, including 8 Sherry butts, 8 French oak barriques and 5 bourbon barrels.
There have only been 6660 bottles produced world wide.
If you like peated whisky, I can only advice to get your whisky younger.
Everybody is always looking for older whisky ‘cause it has a full body, is more balanced and so on.
When it comes to peat, I suggest to get a younger whisky.
The intensity of the peat flavors will decrease with a longer maturation in favor of other aromas coming from the cask.
Try this relatively young Coal Ila by Signatory Vintage. Perfect value for money!
Everyone is always talking about Islay when it comes down to peated whisky.
Don’t get me wrong, I like peated Islay whisky, but for me it is not an Islay exclusivity.
Personally I am a big fan of the heavily peated Single Malt of Springbank Distillery: LONGROW.
The combination of a greasy, peated malt with some red wine flavors works very well.
The longrow RED series seems to be well appriciated by the public as Springbank continues to create new editions.
For those who missed out, here you can find some older releases.
With the kick-off of another Feis Ile, the 2019 edition, which started on Fri 24th May and will run till Sat 1st June, we thought it interesting to present you some Feis Ile beauties from the past.
Here you can find this excellent Laphroaig 2016 Feis Ile – Madeira cask bottling.
Only 1 left in stock.