We love whiskies from all around the world,
and have a staggering range of spirits from across the globe. We
have a range of stunning American whiskeys, including bourbons,
ryes, Tennessee whiskey, corn, wheat whiskey and even "White Dog"!
If you like Japanese whiskies, we have single malts, blends and
more from distilleries such as Yoichi, Miyagikyou, Yamazaki and
many more from Nikka and Suntory and even the independent bottlers
of Japanese whisky. We have a brilliant range of Irish whiskeys,
including blends, single malts, Irish grain whiskey and others. We
also have a wide selection of whiskies from places you might not
expect. We have Indian whisky, Welsh and English, Swedish, Dutch,
Australian, South African and more!
Hot pot of coffee! This in an antique decanter of 8 year old Jim Beam bourbon which double as a '50s style carafe, complete with starburst decals and diner label. It comes with a piece of kit that could at one point be used as a stand and "coffee warmer", but sadly rust prevents its assembly.
A wonderful single pot still whiskey, Green Spot is fabulous stuff, and much loved by the critics.
Whisky from the Barrel is one of the greatest value for money whiskies in the world. An incredible dram from Nikka, so much power! We can't recommend this enough.
This is the second addition to the 'Spot' range of Irish whiskies, which contains the famous Green Spot Pot Still Whiskey. The Yellow Spot is a single pot still Irish whiskey which has been matured in three types of cask: American Bourbon cask, Spanish Sherry butts and Spanish Malaga casks for a sweeter flavour.
A very well made single malt from Japan, Yoichi is the jewel in Nikka's crown, their 10 year old offering notes of vanilla and fruit. One batch of this received 93 points in the Jim Murray Whisky Bible.
A 16 year old Irish single malt from Bushmills aged in three different cask types: bourbon, port and sherry. The result is a beautiful whiskey which was awarded Gold at the 2010 San Francisco World Spirits Competition…
A single pot still release of Powers whisky. It's matured in a combination of bourbon and oloroso sherry casks, and named after the distillery where it was first made, now sadly closed.
Released in 2011, Midleton's Barry Crockett edition was named after the distillery's master distiller, and it is aged in both bourbon and new American oak barrels! Very interesting indeed and a limited release of around 2,500 bottles per year.
Elijah Craig was named for a reverend who lived in Virginia. He kept a warehouse where he stored barrels and one day experienced a devastating fire. He used the charred casks regardless and found they imparted a lovely character. This is a great 12 year old small batch bourbon, named in his honour.
A very interesting single malt American whisky from Texas, this was distilled at Balcones and was "yard-aged" in ex-bourbon American oak before bottling in 2012. Expect huge flavours from this one...