Big whisky for a small price

Glenlossie is for your average whisky enthusiast mostly unknown, which is a pity.

Glenlossie is a comlex of two distilleries. The Glenlossie and the Mannochmore distillery. They have two still houses and are used one after another. But they share the same warehouse.

It will be hard to find official bottles of this distillery if any. But a lot of independent bottlers will have releases of this beautiful scotch.

This whisky is a fruity, full bodied Speyside Malt that lingers on. Where else can you found a Single Malt of this age for less than €100.

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Some new arrivals and awaited icons

I am not going to elaborate to much. You can get into the details clicking on each individual product.

Just to let you all know we have some highly anticipated arrivals and some new comers delivered, so check out whatever makes you curious:

Arran 23yo Drumadoon Point – Explorers Series

Mannochomore 11y – The Single Malts of Scotland

Teaninich 11yo – The Single Malts of Scotland

Pierre Ferrand Cognac – Single Cask – Cask Strength

Teeling Renaissance Series …

To celebrate the rebirth and beginning of a new chapter in Irish Whiskey’s new Golden Era, Teeling Whiskey is proud to release the Teeling Renaissance, a limited series of Single Malt bottlings, celebrating the very best Teeling Whiskey has to offer.

And Teeling has a lot to offer.

If you remember the First Growth Series of Bruichladdich, this is the Irish, older version of a similar project.

For those of you who missed out on edition 1 and 2 we have some GREAT NEWS. You can now order all 3 editions at once.

Renaissance I:

18yo matured on ex-bourbon barrels and finished on madeira casks.

Renaissance II:

18yo matured on ex-bourbon barrels and finished on Australian Shiraz casks.

Renaissance III:

18yo matured on ex-bourbon barrels and finished on Muscat wine casks.

All 3 editions are limited to 9000 bottles worldwide.