• 1776 6Yr Bourbon
  • 1792 Port Cask Finish
  • Baker
  • Balcones Brimstone
  • Basil Haydens
  • Bib & Tucker 6Yr
  • Bookers
  • Bulleit Bourbon
  • Bulleit Bourbon 10Yr
  • Chattanooga 1816 Reserve
  • Cyrus Noble Bourbon
  • Elijah Craig
  • Evan Williams White Label
  • Ezra Brooks 12Yr
  • Four Roses Bourbon
  • Four Roses Single Barrel
  • Heaven Hill Bourbon
  • High West Prairie Bourbon
  • Hudson Baby Bourbon
  • Jefferson Ocean
  • Jefferson Straight Bourbon
  • Jim Beam
  • Jim Beam Double Oak
  • Jim Beam Small Batch
  • Johnny Drum Private Stock
  • Knob Creek 9Yo
  • Knob Creek Single Barrel
  • Koval Bourbon
  • Koval Four Grain Whisky
  • Koval Millet Whisky
  • Makers 46
  • Makers Mark
  • Michters 10Yr Bourbon
  • Michters 20Yr Bourbon
  • Michters American Whisky
  • Michters Small Batch Bourbon
  • Michters Sour Mash
  • Michters Toasted Bourbon
  • Old Forester
  • Rebel Yell Small Batch Reserve
  • Russels Reserve 10Yr
  • Russel’s Reserve Single Barrel
  • Smooth Amber Old Scout 7Yr
  • Wild Turkey 101
  • Wild Turkey 1Ltr
  • Wild Turkey Decades
  • Wild Turkey Forgiven
  • Wild Turkey Masters Keep
  • Wild Turkey Rare Breed
  • Willett Single Barrel 12Yo
  • Willett Single Barrel 13Yo
  • Willett Single Barrel 15Yo
  • Willett Single Barrel 5Yo
  • Willett Single Barrel 6Yo
  • Willett’s Pot Still Reserve
  • Gentleman Jack
  • George Dickel No 12
  • George Dickel No 8
  • Jack Daniel’s 2Yr Rye
  • Jack Daniel’s No 27 Gold
  • Jack Daniel’s No7
  • Jack Daniel’s Rye Sgl Barrel
  • Jack Daniel’s Sinatra CENTURY
  • Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select
  • Jack Daniel’s Single Barrell
  • Websters Woodford 2017
  • Woodford Double Double Oak
  • Woodford Double Oaked
  • Woodford Masters Brandy Cask
  • Woodford Masters White Corn
  • Woodford Reserve
  • Woodford Reserve Masters Malt
  • Woodford Reserve Pinot Noir
  • Woodford Rye
  • 1776 Rye Whiskey
  • Bulleit Rye
  • Ceros Single Malt Rye Whisky
  • High West Campfire Whiskey
  • High West Double Rye
  • High West Rendezvous Rye
  • Hudson Manhattan Rye
  • Jim Beam Rye
  • Jp Wisers LOT 40
  • Knob Creek Rye
  • Koval Rye Whisky
  • Masterson’s 10Yr Rye
  • Michters 10Yr Rye
  • Michters Barrel Strength Rye
  • Michters Single Barrel Rye
  • Rittenhouse Rye
  • Russel’s Reserve Rye
  • Whistle Pig – The Boss Hog
  • Whistle Pig Rye 10Yr
  • Wild Turkey Rye
  • Willett Small Batch Rye 3Yr
  • Blantons Gold
  • Blantons Original
  • Buffalo Trace
  • Eagle Rare
  • Eagle Rare 17Yr
  • EH Taylor Rye
  • EH Taylor Single Barrel
  • EH Taylor Small Batch
  • Elmer T Lee
  • George T Stagg
  • Old Rip Van Winkle 10Yr
  • Old Rip Van Winkle 12Yr
  • Pappy Van Winkle 15Yr
  • Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr
  • Pappy Van Winkle 23Yr
  • Sazerac Rye 18Yr
  • Sazerac Rye 6Yr
  • Stagg Jnr 66.05%
  • Thomas Handy
  • William Larue Weller


Contrary to popular belief, not all bourbon is made in Kentucky but 95% of it is. Bourbon is one of the most heavily regulated (and delicious) substances in America. There is a large amount of regulations defining what constitutes a Bourbon; Charred, virgin Oak Barrels, with a mash bill of a minimum 51% corn, with no added colour or flavour, and made in the land of the free and home of the brave!


What separates Tennessee Whiskey from Bourbon is the use of the “Lincoln County Process”. The Lincoln County Process is a step-in production which uses a vat full of sugar maple charcoal to filter any impurities and mellow out the golden liquid before it reaches its ultimate destination; your tastebuds.


Using the same mash bill as the oldest bottled bourbon (Old Forester), Woodford brings another layer of complexity to bourbon by using copper pot stills which allows unique flavours to develop during the distillation process. Expect notes of toasty caramel, hints of dark chocolate and a touch of nuttiness.


The single most awarded distillery in the entire world. With over 500 awards under its belt, Buffalo Trace is committed to bringing you only the best possible spirits they can offer. Remaining operational even through prohibition for “medicinal purposes”, Buffalo Trace is the oldest continuously operating distillery in America


The old pre-prohibition favourite of pioneers all around America. Made to the same high standards and regulations as Bourbon with a minimum of 51% Rye content in the mash and aged in charred virgin oak barrels, expect a spicier, bolder and sometimes fruitier whisky than your typical bourbon.



  • Archie Rose White Rye
  • Bakery Hill Classic Sgl Malt
  • Hellyers Road 10Yr Whisky
  • Hellyers Road Original Whisky
  • Hellyers Road Peated Whisky
  • Hellyers Road Slightly Peated
  • Lark Bourbon Cask Limited
  • Lark Classic Single Malt
  • Lark Overeem Port Cask
  • Limeburners 43% American Oak
  • Limeburners 43% Port Cask
  • Limeburners 43% Sherry Cask
  • Limeburners 61% Port Cask
  • Limeburners 61% Sherry Cask
  • Limeburners Darkest Winter
  • Limeburners Directors Cut M118
  • Limeburners Directors Cut M326
  • Limeburners Peated 48%
  • Nant Single Cask Sherry Wood
  • Starward Ginger Beer Cask
  • Starward Malt Whisky
  • Starward Wine Cask
  • Sullivans Cove American Oak
  • Sullivans Cove Double Cask
  • Sullivans Cove French Oak 0419
  • The Big Black Cock
  • Tiger Snake Sour Mash Whisky

As of 2012, there were 18 licensed whisky distillers in the country, all of them opened since 1992.
Australia’s largest concentration of whisky distilleries is found on the island state of Tasmania. These distilleries are better known in other parts of the world than in their own country. All of them are very small producers.

As of 2014, there were nine separate whisky distilleries in Tasmania, with three more due to open by the following year. The best known distilleries in Tasmania are Lark, Sullivans Cove, Nant and Overeem. Lark, founded in 1992, is the oldest distillery in the state, and Sullivans Cove, established in 1994, is the second oldest.
Most Tasmanian whisky distillers use malt obtained from one of the local brewers, either Cascade, the oldest continually operating brewer in Australia, or newer craft brewers Moo Brew.

In 2014, Sullivans Cove French Oak Cask (named after Sullivans Cove) was given the World Whiskies Award for the world’s best single malt whisky. It was the first time a distillery outside Scotland or Japan had won the award.



  • Glen Scotia 10Yr


There are only three remaining distilleries that are active in this region- Glengyle, Glen Scotia, and Springbank. Whisky from this region have a heavy sea influence and one can detect the salt and brine as well as the peat that’s used in the whisky production here.



Most Canadian whiskies are blended multi-grain liquors containing a large percentage of corn spirits, and are typically lighter and smoother than other whisky styles.

Several hundred years ago, when Canadian distillers began adding small amounts of highly-flavourful rye grain to their mashes people began demanding this new rye-flavoured whisky, referring to it simply as “rye”.

Today, as for the past two centuries, the terms “rye whisky” and “Canadian whisky” are used interchangeably in Canada and (as defined in Canadian law) refer to exactly the same product, which generally is made with only a small amount of rye grain.



  • Michel Couvreur 1983 Sgl Malt
  • Michel Couvreur Blossoming
  • Michel Couvreur Candid
  • Michel Couvreur Clearach
  • Michel Couvreur Intravagan’za
  • Michel Couvreur Overaged
  • Michel Couvreur Pale Sgl Malt
  • Michel Couvreur Spec Vatting
  • Michel Couvreur Spirale 18Yr
  • Michel Couvreur The Unique
  • Michel Couvreur Very Sherried
  • Michel Couvreur Vin Jaune
  • Michel Couvreur X 2005-2015
  • P&M Blend Superieur Whisky
  • Ceros Single Malt Rye Whisky

France hosts more whisky distilleries than Ireland yet only a few hardcore whisky geeks seem to sing its praises. Indeed, according to the latest figures (as explained by whisky expert Philippe Jugé in the movie “Tour de France des Whiskies” released a few weeks back, now home to more than 30 working whisky distilleries – And many more in the pipeline!
From innovative micro-distilleries to historical structures and urban spirit-producing facilities, France whisky industry is seriously booming and already boasts some dramtastic nectars.

Highland and Lowland


  • Aberfeldy 12Yo
  • Aberfeldy 21Yr
  • An Cnoc 1997 Whisky
  • An Cnoc Cutter
  • An Cnoc Peter Arkle
  • Ardmore Legacy
  • Auchentoshan 12Yr
  • Auchentoshan 18Yr
  • Auchentoshan American Oak
  • Auchentoshan Blood Oak
  • Auchentoshan Three Wood
  • Dalwhinnie
  • Edradour 15Yr Fairy Flag
  • Glendronach 12Yr
  • Glendronach 14Yr Marsala
  • Glendronach 18Yr
  • Glendronach 21Yr
  • Glendronach 25Yr
  • Glendronach Cask St Batch 6
  • Glendronach Kingsman 25Yr
  • Glendronach Peated
  • Glenglassaugh Revival
  • Glenglassaugh Torfa
  • Glengoyne 10Yr
  • Glengoyne 18Yr
  • Glengoyne 21Yr
  • Glenkinchie 12Yr
  • Glenmorangie 10Yr
  • Glenmorangie 18Yr
  • Glenmorangie 25Yr
  • Glenmorangie Domock
  • Glenmorangie Duthac
  • Glenmorangie Lasanta
  • Glenmorangie Milsean
  • Glenmorangie Nectar
  • Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban
  • Glenmorangie Signet
  • Glenmorangie Tarlogan
  • Glenmorangie The Tayne
  • Glenmorangie Tusail
  • Ladyburn 1974 40Yr
  • Oban Malt 14Yo
  • Old Pulteney 17Yr
  • Old Pulteney 21Yr
  • Old Pulteney Clipper
  • Old Pulteney Navigator
  • Royal Brackla 12Yr
  • Royal Brackla 16Yr
  • The Dalmore 12Yo
  • The Dalmore 15Yo
  • The Dalmore 18Yo
  • The Dalmore 21Yr
  • The Dalmore 25Yr
  • The Dalmore 30Yr
  • The Dalmore Cigar Malt
  • The Dalmore King Alexander III
  • The Deveron 12Yr
  • Tomatin 18Yr
  • Tomatin Moscatel 2004


The Highlands is by far the largest region in Scotland both in area and in whisky production. Given the expansive area, there is a reasonably wide range of styles from this region from the light and fruity styles of the Southern Highlands to the more Spicy and Full Bodied styles of the North.


Only three distilleries continue to operate in this southernmost area in Scotland: Auchentoshan, Blandoch, and Glenkinchie. The whiskys produced in this area are considered the lightest bodied of all Single Malt Scotches.


  • Amrut Fusion Indian Whisky
  • Amrut Indian Single Malt
  • Amrut Kadhambam Indian Whisky

Distilled alcoholic beverages that are labelled as “whisky” in India are commonly blends based on neutral spirits that are distilled from fermented molasses with only a small portion consisting of traditional malt whisky, usually about 10 to 12 percent. Outside India, such a drink would more likely be labelled a rum.

According to the Scotch Whisky Association’s 2013 annual report, unlike the European Union (EU), “there is no compulsory definition of whisky in India, and the Indian voluntary standard does not require whisky to be distilled from cereals or to be matured. Very little Indian ‘whisky’ qualifies as whisky in the EU owing to the use of molasses or neutral alcohol, limited maturation (if any) and the use of flavourings. Such spirits are, of course, considerably cheaper to produce than genuine whisky.

Ninety percent of the whisky consumed in India is molasses-based, although whisky wholly distilled from malt and other grains, is also manufactured and sold.



  • Bushmills 16Yr
  • Bushmills 21Yr
  • Connamara Irish Whiskey
  • Glendalough 13Yr
  • Glendalough 7Yr
  • Glendalough Double Barrel
  • Jameson 18Yr
  • Jameson Black Barrel
  • Jameson Blenders Dog
  • Jameson Caskmate Stout Edition
  • Jameson Caskmates YH Edition
  • Jameson Cooper Croze
  • Jameson Distiller’s Safe
  • Jamesons Irish Whisky
  • Kilbeggan Whisky
  • Redbreast 12Yr
  • Redbreast 12Yr Cask Strength
  • Redbreast 15Yr
  • Redbreast 21Yr
  • Slane Irish Whisky
  • The Pogues Irish Whiskey
  • Tipperary 11Yr
  • Tullamore Dew
  • Tullamore Dew 12Yr
  • Tyrconnell Single Malt

Irish whiskey was once the most popular spirit in the world, though a long period of decline from the late 19th century onwards greatly damaged the industry.

So much so that although Ireland boasted over 30 distilleries in the 1890s, a century later, this number had fallen to just three. However, Irish whiskey has seen a great resurgence in popularity since the late twentieth century, and has been the fastest growing spirit in the world every year since 1990. With exports growing by over 15% per annum in recent years, existing distilleries have been expanded and a number of new distilleries constructed.

As of early 2017, Ireland now has sixteen distilleries in operation, with at least a further fourteen in the planning stages. However, only five of these have been operating long enough to have products sufficiently aged for sale, and only one of these was operating prior to 1975.

Scottish Islands


  • Arran 10Yr Malt Whisky
  • Arran 12Yr 6Th Edition
  • Arran Madeira Cask Whisky
  • Arran Port Cask Finish
  • Arran Robert Burns Whisky
  • Arran Sauternes Cask Finish
  • Highland Park 10Yo
  • Highland Park 12Yo
  • Highland Park 15Yr Malt Whisky
  • Highland Park 18Yr Malt Whisky
  • Highland Park 25Yr
  • Highland Park Dark Origins
  • Highland Park Ice 17Yr
  • Jura 10YO
  • Jura 21Yr
  • Jura Diurach’s Own 16Yr
  • Jura Prophecy
  • Jura Superstition
  • Jura Turas Mara
  • Ledaig 18Yr
  • Ledaig 1996
  • Scapa The Orcadian Single Malt
  • Talisker 10Yr
  • Talisker 18Yr Old Malt
  • Talisker Distillers Edition
  • Talisker Neist Point
  • Talisker Port Ruighe
  • Talisker Skye
  • Talisker Storm

Whisky from the Islands is typically a transitional style that bridges the wide gap between Highland Scotches and Islay Scotches.



  • Ardbeg 10Yr
  • Ardbeg Auigeadail
  • Ardbeg Corryvreckan
  • Artist #6 Caol Ila Aged 5Yrs
  • Berry’s Caol Ila 1981 Cask
  • Berry’s Own Bunnahabhain 2005
  • Bowmore 12Yr
  • Bowmore 17Yr White Sands
  • Bowmore 18Yr Malt Whisky
  • Bowmore 9Yr Sherry Cask
  • Bowmore Small Batch
  • Bowmore Vault Ed 1St Release
  • Bruichladdich Black Art 1990
  • Bruichladdich Black Art 1992
  • Bruichladdich Black Art Sherry
  • Bruichladdich Classic Laddie
  • Bruichladdich Islay Barley
  • Bruichladdich Octomore 10Yr
  • Bruichladdich Octomore 7.1
  • Bruichladdich Octomore 7.2
  • Bruichladdich Octomore 7.3
  • Bruichladdich Organic
  • Bruichladdich The Laddie Ten
  • Bunnahabhain 12Yr
  • Bunnahabhain 25Yr
  • Caol Ila
  • Caol Ila 15Yr Unpeated Malt
  • Caol Ila 25Yr
  • Caol Ila MOCH
  • Finlaggan Cask Strength
  • Finlaggan Eilean Mor
  • Finlaggan Original Peaty
  • Finlaggan Port Finish
  • Finlaggan Sherry Finish
  • Kilchoman Loch Gorm
  • Lagavulin 12Yr
  • Lagavulin 16Yr
  • Lagavulin 25Yr
  • Lagavulin 8Yr
  • Lagavulin Distillers Edition
  • Laphroaig 10Yr
  • Laphroaig 15Yr
  • Laphroaig 1815 Edition
  • Laphroaig 25Yr
  • Laphroaig 27Yr
  • Laphroaig 30Yr
  • Laphroaig An Cuan Mor
  • Laphroaig Lore
  • Laphroaig Px Cask
  • Laphroaig Quarter Cask
  • Laphroaig Select Cask
  • Laphroaig Triple Wood
  • Port Charlotte 10Yr
  • Port Charlotte Islay Barley
  • Port Charlotte Scottish Barley

This region is known for its peaty and strong flavoured whisky. The single malts produced here are briny and smoky and extreme due to extremities of the sea that surround the area.



  • Hakushu 12Yr
  • Hakushu 18Yr
  • Hakushu Distillers Reserve
  • Hibiki 12Yr
  • Hibiki 17Yr
  • Hibiki 21Yr
  • Hibiki Harmony
  • Hibiki Masters Select Harmony
  • Kakubin Suntory Blend Whiskey
  • Nikka 12Yr
  • Nikka All Malt
  • Nikka Blended Whisky
  • Nikka Coffee Grain
  • Nikka Coffee Malt
  • Nikka From The Barrel
  • Nikka Pure Malt Black
  • Nikka Pure Malt Red
  • Nikka Super Rare Malt
  • Nikka Taketsuru Pure Malt
  • Suntory Premium 43% Whiskey
  • Togouchi
  • Tokinoka
  • Yamazaki 12Yr
  • Yamazaki 18Yr
  • Yamazaki 18Yr Mizunara 2017
  • Yamazaki Distillers Reserve

Whisky production in Japan began around 1870, but the first commercial production was in 1924 upon the opening of the country’s first distillery, Yamazaki. Broadly speaking the style of Japanese whisky is more similar to that of Scotch whisky than other major styles of whisky.



  • Aberlour 12Yr
  • Aberlour 16Yr
  • Aberlour 18Yr
  • Aberlour A’bunadh Whisky
  • Aultmore 12Yr
  • Balvenie 12Yo Double Wood
  • Balvenie 12Yr Single Barrel
  • Balvenie 12Yr Triple Wood
  • Balvenie 14Yr Caribbean
  • Balvenie 14Yr Peated
  • Balvenie 15Yr Sherry Cask
  • Balvenie 16Yr Triple Wood
  • Balvenie 17Yr Malt Whisky
  • Balvenie 21Yr Madeira Cask
  • Balvenie 21Yr Portwood
  • Balvenie 25Yr Triple Cask
  • Balvenie 30Yr
  • Balvenie 40Yr
  • Balvenie Ghosted Reserve 26Yr
  • Balvenie Tun Batch 1
  • Balvenie Tun Batch 2
  • Balvenie Tun Batch 3
  • Balvenie Tun Batch 4
  • Benriach 10Yr Curiosit
  • BenRiach 16Yr
  • BenRiach 17Yr PX
  • BenRiach 20Yr
  • Benriach Birnie Moss
  • Benriach Heart Of Speyside
  • Cardhu 15Yr
  • Cragganmore
  • Craigellachie 13Yr
  • Craigellachie 17Yr
  • Craigellachie 19Yr
  • Craigellachie 23Yr
  • Glenfarclas 105 Whisky
  • Glenfarclas 10Yr
  • Glenfarclas 12Yr
  • Glenfarclas 15Yr
  • Glenfarclas 21Yr
  • Glenfarclas 25Yr
  • Glenfiddich 12Yr
  • Glenfiddich 15Yr
  • Glenfiddich 18Yr
  • Glenfiddich 19Yr Bourbon Cask
  • Glenfiddich 19Yr Madeira Cask
  • Glenfiddich 19Yr Wine Cask
  • Glenfiddich 21Yr
  • Glenfiddich 30Yr
  • Glenfiddich IPA
  • Glenfiddich Rich Oak
  • Glenfiddich XX
  • Glengrant 10yr
  • Glengrant Reserve
  • Glenrothes Alba Reserve
  • Glenrothes Robur Reserve
  • Glenrothes Sherry Cask
  • Glenrothes Spey Malt Whisky 01
  • Glenrothes Spey Malt Whisky 92
  • Longmorn 12Yr Single Malt
  • Singleton Spey Cascade
  • Spey 12Yr
  • Spey Chairmans Choice
  • Tamdhu 10Yr Single Malt
  • The Macallan 1824 Amber
  • The Macallan 1824 Ruby
  • The Macallan 1824 Select Oak
  • The Macallan 1824 Sienna
  • The Macallan 21Yr
  • The Macallan Double Cask 12Yr
  • The Macallan Estate Reserve
  • The Macallan Fine Oak 12Yr
  • The Macallan Whisky Makers

Speyside gets its name from the River Spey, which cuts through this region and provides water to many of the distilleries. Despite its relatively small area, Speyside is home to more than half of the operating distilleries in Scotland. Speyside Scotch is considered to be the most complex and offers sweet aromas and rich flavor profiles.


  • Kavalan Single Malt
  • Kavalan Solist Sherry
  • Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique

The distillery is named after the indigenous Kavalan people, who originally inhabited the Kabalan Plain of modern-day Yilan County. The distillery was completed in December 2005, produced its first spirit in March 2006, and released its first bottling in December 2008.

In January 2010, one of the distillery’s products caused a stir by beating three Scotch whiskies and one English whisky in a blind tasting organised in Leith, Scotland, to celebrate Burns Night.

The distillery was named by Whisky Magazine as the World Icons of Whisky “Whisky Visitor Attraction of the Year” for 2011, and its products have won several other awards.

In 2012, Kavalan’s Solist Fino Sherry Cask malt whisky was named “new whisky of the year” by Jim Murray in his guide, Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible.

In 2015, Kavalan’s Vinho Barrique expression was named the world’s best single malt whisky by World Whiskies Awards.



  • Blue Hanger 11Th Release
  • Canadian Club
  • Canadian Club 12Yo
  • Canadian Club Vintage 1950
  • Canadian Club Vintage 1960
  • Canadian Club Vintage 1970
  • Chivas Regal
  • Chivas Regal 18Yr
  • Chivas Ultis
  • Dewars 12Yr
  • Dewars 15Yr
  • Dewars 18Yr
  • Dewars Signature
  • Dimple 12Yr
  • Douglas Laing Rock Oyster
  • Douglas Laing Scallywag
  • Douglas Laing Timorous Beastie
  • J&B Rare Scotch
  • Johnny Walker Green Label
  • Johnny Walker Select Cask
  • Monkey Shoulder

A blended whisky is the product of blending different types of whiskys and sometimes also neutral grain spirits, colouring, and flavourings. It is generally the product of mixing one or more higher-quality straight or single malt whiskies with less expensive spirits and other ingredients. This allows for a lower priced product, though expensive “premium” varieties also exist.

Simply put, single malt whisky, such as Aberfeldy 12 Year Old, is the product of a single distillery. Blends, however, use up to forty different whiskys with single malt as the base of their liquid.


  • Bourbon Cream
  • Canadian Club Spiced
  • Drambuie
  • Fireball Whiskey
  • Glayva
  • Jack Daniel’s Fire 700Ml
  • Jack Daniel’s Honey
  • Jim Beam Black Cherry
  • Jim Beam Honey
  • King’s Ginger Liqueur
  • Limeburners Karri Honey Whisky
  • Southern 100
  • Southern Comfort
  • Southern Comfort Black
  • Wild Turkey Honey
  • Wild Turkey Honey Sting

Liqueurs based on whisky have been around for longer than you might think – in Scotland, the locals have drunk ‘brose’, a traditional drink based on whisky, honey and oatmeal, for centuries.

While the most famous (non-cream) whisky liqueur remains Drambuie, there are plenty of alternatives, such as Atholl Brose and Lochan Ora, for those seeking a change from the norm.


  • The Ten #0 Single Grain
  • The Ten #1 Light Lowland
  • The Ten #2 Light Speyside
  • The Ten #3 Light Highland
  • The Ten #4 Med Speyside
  • The Ten #5 Med Sherry
  • The Ten #6 Med Highland Peat
  • The Ten #7 Med Islay Peat
  • The Ten #8 Heavy Sherry
  • The Ten #9 Heavy Islay Peat

Bottled by French whisky giant La Maison du Whisky, they have a reputation for selecting exceptional casks. On top of that, these expressions were drawn from independent bottler Signatory Vintage’s stocks – one of Scotland’s most prestigious bottlers.

The Ten, originally launched in 2010, is intended as an ‘educational’ series – from #0 to #9 the lower the number the lighter the whisky, the higher the heavier. But these expressions are more than ‘entry level’.

Bottled at natural colour, all the focus has been placed on flavour and style – not whether they’re going to look sexy enough on a shelf. In the lower numbers, particularly, the use of older casks has allowed distillery and regional styles to shine through without being overpowered. Often than results in bizarrely light-coloured whiskies.