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With much of the water coming from the mighty river Spey. The whiskies have a greater similarity than in other regions: generally being complex and elegant.
Aberlour 10 yr - 40% This is a great entry-level malt, ideal for beginners, with a fine sherried spiciness. £3.50
AnCnoc 12 yr - 40% Very Subtle, mellow flavours, lots of complexity, a real understated whisky for those who enjoy a good tasting. £3.80
Dalwhinnie 15 yr - 43% Soft honeyed sweetness, hints of fennel and cream, balanced by sharp citrus. £4.10
Glenfiddich 12 yr - 40% Full golden colour, lean and smooth with malt and toasted hazelnuts. £3.40
Balvenie Caribbean cask 14 yr - 43% This Speyside has been in rum casks for 14 years, giving that sugary depth that is a real individual flavour not usually found in single malts. £5.90
Longmorn 16 yr - 48% Intensely fruity and very long with a marmalade finish. £8.50
Glenlivet (The) 12 yr - 40% Pale gold with a clean flowery nose. Long gently warming vanilla. £3.50
Aberlour A'Bundah - 60.7% This cask strength whisky is matured in sherry, giving it black cherry sweetness, gingery spice with a real punch. A'bundah means origin in gealic. £7.50
Glenfiddich 19 Year of Discovery Madeira Cask Finish. - 40% Rich and spicy, cinnamon and crushed black pepper rest on a base of deep earthy notes, caramelised fruits, crystallised ginger, raisins and hints of dark oak. £4.50
Glenrothes Select Reserve - 40% Malty and sweet palate with gingerbread, manuka honey, custard and potpourri. £5.10
Knockando 12 Year Old - 43% Cadbury fingers, brown bread with butter, sultanas and honey dew melon. £3.50
The Macallan 12 Year Old Sherry Oak - 46% Medium- body and quite firm. There are notes of hot pastries and marmalade, sultanas and peels with a developing sweetness from the barley sugars. £7.50
The Macallan Gold Double Cask - 40% Citrus and boiled sweets rule the palate, along with hints of ginger and cinnamon, while soft oak tones reveal toasted apple. £3.90
The area between Dundee and Greenock, producing softer mellower whiskies than their more northerly counterparts.
Glenkinchie 12 yr - 43% Fruity, with notes of Madeira and sweet stewed fruits. A hint of calvados and tannic oak lining the mouth. £4.30
Auchentoshan 21 yeard old - 43% Oily, nuttiness. Dry and rounded with sugared peel. £11.00
Bladnoch Adela 15 year old - 46.7% Chocolatey and rich, with notes of strawberry, liquourice and clove in tow. £8.50
Highlands including Campbeltown
Geographically the largest region; these Malts exhibit a variety of styles
Oben Little Bay - 43% Those fancy chocolates with the flakes of sea salt, pound cake topped with demerara sugar and cinnamon. Citrus returns on the mid-palate.
Dalmore 12 yr - 40% Rum butter nose with malt loaf on a light peat heath. £4.70
Dalmore 18 year old - 43% A delicious fireside dram with notes of chocolate raisins, juicy citrus, stewed fruits, old sherry and pepper. £10.00
Glenmorangie 10 yr - 40% Sandalwood with a whiff of the sea, spicy, buttery, long and rounded. £3.40
HIghland Park 12 yr - 40% This is one of the best entry-level whiskies, and represents among the best value for money as well. Great balance of subtle peat and honey sweetness. £3.50
Isle of Jura 10 yr - 40% Bright gold. Light and sweetish, slowly developing a soft dry saltiness. £3.40
Oban 14 yr - 40% Slightly salty but with a smooth finish and a butter toffee aftertaste. £5.00
Talisker 10 yr - 45.8% Full bodied with huge plumes of smoke and volcanic, peppery peat. Intense. £4.10
Glencadam 10 year old - 46% Beautifully balanced with tart fruits, freshly cut hay and vanilla sweetness. £4.00
Glenfarclas 105 - 60% Silken, spicy and peppery oak. Almond, praline, hazelnut, dried peels, fruity. Touch of Armagnac, hint of rancio perhaps?
Scapa Glansa - 40% Peach and ripe flavours and creamy caramel, toffee and vanilla balanced perfectly with soft smoke. £5.00
One of the larger islands off the west coast, rugged and very exposed to the North Atlantic. The influence of the sea is usually obvious, in aroma and taste, as the whiskey matures in its briney environment.
Ardbeg 10 yr - 46% Smoke and brine nose, medium body, sweetness going to salt. £4.50
Bowmore 12 yr - 40% Pears soaked in honey, smoked over peat with dark chocolate. £3.90
Lagavulin 16 yr - 43% This is a beautiful example of a peaty whisky, not too overpowering. £5.90
Laphroaig 10 yr - 40% Famously medicinal and sea-weedy in taste, with a hint of oily sweetness. £4.40
Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 yr - 40% Rich and full on the palate. There are notes of wood smoke and dry spice, hints of barley and cereal with creamy toffee and a distinct herbal note. £3.20
Monkey Shoulder - 40% Batch 27, smooth and rich, a blend of three Speyside malts. £3.30
Johnnie Walker, Red Label - 40% Ceder wood, oak and butterscotch, aniseed, Christmas cake and malt. £3.00
J&B RARE £3.00
Japanese Whisky, Irish & American Whiskeys.
Cotswold Founders Choice - 60.9% Peaches in syrup, drying oak warmth, gingerbread with sugary icing, a kick of Christmassy spice.
Adnams Single Malt - 40% Pepper and more bubblegum, white orchard fruit notes and blueberry, hint of cookie dough.
Auchentoshan Three Wood - 43% It is sweet, velvety and comforting, there is a presence of butterscotch vanilla. £4.90
Akashi Japanese Whisky - 40% Made from malt and grain whiskeys, this is a well balanced blend, another cracker from Asia. £5.00
Deanston 18 Year Old - 46.3% Lemon cheesecake and orange boiled sweets, shortly followed by stem ginger and beeswax.
The Dubliner 10 Year Old - 42% Developing chocolatey notes as the palate opens, but retains the light, elegant floral elements. £6.00
Bulleit Bourbon - 45% Further orange notes, followed by some warming winter spices and a hint of tobacco leaf. £3.00
Bushmills 10 yr - 40% Thrice distilled and matured in two woods, this is a rich, smooth, single malt. £3.50
Cotswold Single Malt - 46% Beautiful texture, creamy and round, with sweet citrus fruit and pepper. £5.50
The English Small Batch - 46% Walnuts and almonds, followed by juicy raisin notes. A hint of raw cinnamon.
Fuyu Japanese Blended - 40% Rounded orchard fruit sweetness comes up against savoury grains and subtle nutmeg warmth.
The Hakushu Single Malt - 43% Notes on the nose swim effortlessly through the palate, sweeter notes developing as it goes on.
Jack Daniels - 40% Smooth with notes of banana milkshake, a mixed nut, touch of caramel and creme anglais. £3.20
Jamesons - 40% A good body with notes of orchard fruits, both fresh and cooked with a little vanilla cream. £2.90
Jim Beam Kentucky Straight - 43% Good body with notes of toasty oak, vanilla and crème anglaise, a little spice and pepper.
Kilbeggan - 40% A good body with honeyed sweetness and malt. The finish is short with oak dryness. £3.00
Nikka Straight From The Barrel - 51.4% There is plenty of winter spice and toffee, a little caramel and vanilla. £5.50
Knob Creek Kentuckys Straight Bourbon Whiskey - 50% Notes of candy floss and nut oil, touch of spice and chocolate, a little spice and charred oak. £3.40
Makers Mark 46 - 47% Rich and full. Notes of rye and spice, barley malt, a little nut oil with butterscotch and vanilla. £3.00
Penderyn - 46% Spicy and fruity palate with a suggestion of custard powder. £3.30
Quiet Man 12 Year Oloroso Sherry Cask - 46% Grassy at first, a hint of apple. You'll find hints of milk chocolate and spiced rum sweetness. £7.50
Wild Turkey Rare Breed - 58.4% Heavy caramel and chocolate. A touch of smoke develops, it's almost a bit vegetal at points too.
Woodford Reserve Kentucky Bourbon - 43.2% Notes of espresso beans, winter spice, ground ginger, almond oil, toasty oak and a little rum. £3.60
Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky - 43% The dried berries remain lively on the palate, but they're dialled back a bit to make room for light oak, white peach and a small amount of spice. £7.50