All Whiskeys subject to availability, prices for 25ml
*denotes low stock
Canadian: Must be made from the enzymes of malt, it cannot be distilled above 94%, colouring is permitted and it must be aged in small wood containers max 700l for at least 3 years. Up to 9.09% flavouring is allowed – this is typically in the form of sherry, port or wine. If labelled as Rye in Canada it only need have a proportion of rye in the mashbill – typicaly 5-15%.
Canadian Club Rye| |3.-
Crown Royal ||4.-
Japanese: no official regulations or definitions. Influenced by Scotch, demand has outgrown supply and so is difficult to come across. Currently only 10% is exported from Japan to the rest of the world.
Akashi || 5.2-
Hibiki Harmony || 7-
Nikka from the Barrel ||6.8-
Nikka Pure Malt Black Label ||8.5-
Suntory Hakushu Distillers Reserve ||4.7-
Suntory Yamazaki Distillers Reserve ||5.8-
Togouchi Premium Blend ||6.2-
Irish: Can be made of any combination of cereal so long as there is some malt used, it must be distilled to less than 94.8% ABV and aged for a minimum of 3 years in wooden casks.
Dubliner || 3.1-
Flaming Pig Spiced Irish Whisky Liqueur|4.5 –
Jameson Irish || 3.-
Powers 12 Year Old||7. –
Red Breast 12 Year Old||5.8 –
Teeling Small Batch || 4.2-
Tullamore Dew ||3.-
Yellow Spot 12Y ||8.-
Scotch: It must be made in Scotland from water, cereal and yeast only, sugars are obtained through malt enzymes. Mashing, Fermentation and distillation must take place in the distillery and it must be distilled to less than 94.8% ABV. It must then be aged in oak casks no bigger than 700l for a minimum of 3 years. Plain caramel colouring may be added.
Single Malt: Must be made from 100% malted barley, but the barley can be grown and malted anywhere in the world. Must be distilled a minimum of 2 times in a copper pot still. Ageing and bottling must take place in Scotland but not necessarily on the site of the distillery. The age statement must refer to the youngest whisky in the bottle.
Blended Malt: Blend of 2 or more single malt whiskies.
Single Grain: Must be the product of one single distillery but it can be made from any combination of malted barley and other unmalted cereals. Typically produced in a column still.
Blended Scotch: Must be made from at least 1 single malt and 1 single grain Whisky.
Ailsa Bay || 7.-
Arran Madeira Cask ||6.-
Auchentoshan American Oak || 5.-
Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14 yr||7.-
Balvenie Double wood 12 yr ||6.2-
Black Bottle ||3.-
Compass Box Great King Street Artists blend || 6.5-
*Douglas Glencadam || 8. –
Douglas Laing Big Peat ||6.5-
*Douglas Laing Epicurean||5.-
Douglas Laing Rock Oyster ||5.8-
Douglas Laing Scallywag||6.-
Girvan Patent Still no. 4|| 5.7-
Glenfiddich 12 | |4.5-
Glenfiddich 15 || 5.5-
*Glenfiddich 21 || 15.-
Glenfiddich Experimental IPA cask||6.8-
Highland Park 12 || 5.-
Laphroaig 10 Yo ||6.-
Oban 14 || 6. –
Macallan Gold || 5.5-
Monkey Shoulder || 4. –
Naked Grouse ||4.-
Pigs Nose|| 3.5-
Talisker 10 || 5.5 –
Mackmyra Brukswhisky || 5.5-
Penderyn Madeira Finish single Malt ||3.6-