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Other Whiskies

It may be surprising to discover the extraordinary breadth of whisky-producing countries there are in the world. You can find single malts, blends and more from all over the globe, from nations including The Netherlands, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Wales, England, Sweden and many others. Many of the distillers from around the world have learned whisky production from the Scottish, and there are many world whiskies which are almost indiscernible from Scotch whisky. Others offer a wonderful variation on the Gaelic spirit, and have unique and fascinating flavours that are well worth seeking out if you are a whisky enthusiast.

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Balcones Whisky Distillery
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Yamazaki Whisky Distillery
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A peated, cask strength whisky from Amrut. Distilled from Scottish peated barley with peat levels of 23 ppm, given 92 points by Jim Murray.  More info
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A great peated offering from India's Amrut, "from the land of the Great Himalayas". Jim Murray speaks very highly of this, giving it 94 points. Rich and intense.  More info
$73.96
Amrut Portonova
(70cl, 62.10%)
A very interesting little whisky from Amrut, this is unpeated and aged in American oak bourbon barrels before a finish in port pipes, especially imported from Portugal. Lovely stuff!  More info
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$114.54
Distilled from barley grown at the North West of India. Amrut mature their single malt in New American Oak and ex-bourbon before bottling.  More info
$43.61
Distilled from barley grown at the North West of India. Amrut mature their single malt in New American Oak and ex-bourbon before bottling.  More info
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$47.28
Amrut Two Continents
(70cl, 46%)
Interesting this one - matured for part of its life in India, then shipped over to Europe for the final three years. An interesting experiment, and one which makes us wonder if the reverse might not...  More info
The second edition of Amrut Two Continents, this is aged in refill bourbon barrels, and there are just 1,260 bottles in the world. Very good indeed!  More info
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$99.59
French Whisky from Amorik. Scarce indeed.  More info
$54.07
Introduced in 2010, Bain's Cape Mountain whisky is the first ever South African single grain. They make it in Wellington, and it's named after the man that built the first road there. This stuff is...  More info
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$42.78
South African single grain whisky! How often do you see that? "Not often" is the answer, and the question was rhetorical so... Anyway, released in 2009, this is South Africa's first ever single grain...  More info
$44.47
Black Velvet - 1973
(70cl, 43%)
Black Velvet sounds like a risqué movie from 1973, but it's actually a Canadian blended whisky, and this one just so happens to be from 1973. What are the odds?  More info
$159.47
Black Velvet was first produced in 1951 in Toronto as a part of the 'Velvet' range. The Toronto distillery was owned by Gilbey's who produced the famous gin and at one point owned twenty-two...  More info
$179.41
A 1982 bottling of the famous Canadian whisky, Black Velvet. The whisky has recently had a resurgence on the international scene, and was named "Black Velvet" in the '40s by the master distiller Jack...  More info
The 4th release of Blue Hanger, from Berry Brothers and Rudd, this is a very well aged blended malt whisky, heralded by critics and bottled at natural cask strength.  More info
The 5th release of acclaimed blended malt whisky 'Blue Hanger' from Berry Brothers and Rudd. Named for William Hanger - the third Lord Coleraine, who apparently liked to wear Blue Clothes a lot...  More info
$136.38
This is a twenty-two year old Bowmore bottled as part of the John Milroy Selection for Berry Brothers and Rudd.  More info
$144.52
A rare 1972 bottling of Don Draper's favourite tipple, Canadian Club whisky. Produced by Hiram Walker, this large bottle has a volume of 113cl.  More info
$239.21
This is a rare bottle of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky, all the way from Canada and all the way from 1966! Yes, it is indeed wrapped in cellophane, presumably to protect it from dust and other...  More info
$239.21
Someone took very good care of this bottle of 1971 'C.C', or as it is more commonly known, Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky.  More info
$239.21
Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky from the year The Godfather was released, 1972. These two things have nothing in common other than the year they were released and that they are both fantastic.  More info
$159.47
Canadian Club Whisky is enjoyed all around the world. Just take a look at the fancy presentation box that comes with the bottle of the 6 year old blend in 1974. It's got a whole list of countries...  More info
$159.47
Is the presentation box of this Canadian Club 6 Year Old from 1983 what Justin Timberlake was writing about when he made 'Suit & Tie'? Perhaps (although perhaps not).  More info
$159.47
Complete with its presentation box, this early 1980s bottling of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Whisky is a hard to find collectible.  More info
$119.60
A 1 litre bottling of Canadian Club from 1957, the same year Canadian wrestler Bret 'the Hitman' Hart was born!  More info
$318.95
A 1 litre bottling of Hiram Walker's popular Canadian Club Whisky dating from 1967. Cool eh?  More info
$259.14
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