With over 100 whiskies to choose from, our vast range of Scottish, Irish and American whiskies offers styles and tastes to suit every palate and every budget. So whether you’re into great value blends to add to pitchers and share with friends, or fine Single Malts to sip by the fire whilst reading your favourite book, you are sure to find a whisky you love.
Unlike most other single malts Glengoyne has been preserving the essence of its flavour for decades by using air-dried barley rather than barley dried using harsh peat smoke. The result is a more subtle complex whisky in which all of the delicate flavours are freely allowed to express themselves.
The expression that started it all for Highland Park. First introduced in 1979 the 12 year old is at the very heart of their core range and demonstrates rich well balanced malty tones with the subtle floral smoke which makes Highland Park such a distinctive single malt whisky.
A whisky only Jura could make, born of their island and still produced today in a bottle originally shaped to withstand the roughest of journeys from their home. Crafted in exceptionally tall stills, matured for 12 years in American White Oak ex-bourbon barrels and the fresh sea air with a further enhancement from the finest aged Amoroso Sherry casks.
They say time and tide wait for no man. On Jura, by contrast, time is stretched by the changing seasons and tempered by its unique microclimate, with each passing year bringing its own riches. Matured for eighteen long years in American White Oak ex-bourbon barrels and enriched by fine red wine casks, a unique spirit is created that has truly come of age.
A remarkable ingenuity defines the people of Jura; an ability to reimagine and reinvent that has allowed the Distillery and its working community to thrive. Such vision has brought to life this complex single malt -a fitting tribute to their Master Blender’s skill –having been shaped by seven separate Oak woods: first-fill ex-bourbon American White Oak, Limousin, Troncais, Allier, Vosges, Jupilles & Les Bertranges barrels.
Jefferson’s Bourbon is made in very small batches. Actually, ridiculously small batches. They take up to four different Kentucky straight bourbon whiskies of different ages and marry them together. Doing this, they get a lot of complexity and balance while maintaining the consistency needed in a bourbon (one of the blends comprising of at least 55% of the total).
Pre-Prohibition-style rye whiskey. Bartenders have been dying to get their hands on it for years. Now it’s back and bolder than ever. Founded in 1795, their rye whiskey is made from one of the Beam family’s oldest recipes and is distilled with the same exacting standards that have governed Jim Beam for more than 200 years.