Ballantine's 12yr Blended Scotch (750ml)
From Dumbarton, Lowlands, Scotland

$28.99

3 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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Cutty Sark Blended Malt Scotch (1.75L)
From Glasgow, Lowlands, Scotland

89WE 87BTI

Outside of the green glass bottle, this Speyside blend is a soft, light gold. Toffee dominates the aroma, with a little smoke and citrus mixed in. On the palate, it’s sweet, light, caramelly, with a whiff of smoke on the finish, reminiscent of some Irish whiskies. Very pleasant sipping.

89 points, Wine Enthusiast (Sep 2011)

Golden yellow color. Aromas of butter toasted nuts, bread crust and faint earth with a satiny dry-yet-fruity medium body and a smooth, baked apple and pear, buttercream, hay, and baking spice finish. A seamless sipper.

87 points, Beverage Testing Institute (May 2011)

$21.99

60+ bottles in stock for in-store purchase.
Available in-store only.
Ballantine's Finest Blended Scotch (1.75L)
From Dumbarton, Lowlands, Scotland

$27.99

42 bottles in stock for in-store purchase.
Available in-store only.
Oban 14yr Single Malt Scotch (750ml)
From Oban, Highlands, Scotland

85-89WE

The early aroma is a combination of malt, wood and sea breeze; the later bouquet is a deliciously harmonious, even creamy marriage of maritime atmosphere and malted barley. Palate entry is chock full of biscuity, peaty, tobacco leaf tastes; the midpalate stage is sweet. Concludes strong, firm, slightly hot, pungent and briny. The best-kept secret of Scotland’s Western Highlands.

85-89 points, Wine Enthusiast (Apr 2004)

$78.99

7 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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Cragganmore 12yr Single Malt Scotch (750ml)
From Ballindalloch, Speyside, Scotland

90-95WE 87WHA

The succulent aroma develops with aeration in the sweet forms of barley, cream, light caramel, and a trace of tropical fruit. Palate entry is round, borderline plump, breakfast-cereal sweet, and honeyed; at midpalate, there’s a slightly oily peat smoke. Sweetly concludes with the focus on the malt.

90-95 points, Wine Enthusiast (Apr 2004)

This oft-overlooked Speysider has been frustratingly variable in the past, but now seems to have hit greater consistency. Worm tubs and weird stills combine to give a complex malt, but one that needs help from oak to blossom fully. There are hedgerow aromas: black currant leaf, hawthorn berries, and lots of honey. A chestnut note continues on the tongue where, on the finish, a hint of smoke lurks.

87 points, Whisky Advocate (Vol. 21, #2)

$61.99

7 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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Lagavulin 16yr Single Malt Scotch (750ml)
From Lagavulin, Islay, Scotland

95WE

Soy sauce, olive brine, peat, honey, oloroso Sherry, brewer’s yeast, bread dough, barley malt and cigar smoke in the bouquet. The flavor that magically includes the innate intense peatiness of Islay malts and the masterly employment of oak barrels phase defines “classy Islay.” Concludes sweetly, without sacrificing the tangy, astringent peatiness that is inherent. Gorgeous.

90-95 points, Wine Enthusiast (Apr 2004)

$111.99

16 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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Dalwhinnie 15yr Single Malt Scotch (750ml)
From Dalwhinnie, Speyside, Scotland

$64.99

5 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
1
Talisker 10yr Single Malt Scotch (750ml)
From Skye, Islands, Scotland

90WHA

Fresh, vibrant. Appetizingly briny, with notes of seaweed, fishnets, lemongrass, smoke, and damp peat. A bed of light toffee provides contrast and balance. It finishes with a knockout punch: powerfully peppery and salty. This whisky remains a beautifully dynamic and bold whisky.

90 points, Whisky Advocate (Fall 2005)

$65.99

7 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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Balvenie DoubleWood 12yr Single Malt Scotch (750ml)
From Dufftown, Speyside, Scotland

90-95WE 90BTI

First nosing exposes dry scents of walnuts, grass and dark toffee. Entry is malty and vanilla—extract bittersweet; midpalate is silky, creamy, Sherry sweet, pruny and black raisin-like. Ends on a dark chocolate note that’s chewy, medium-sweet and satisfying.

90-95 points, Wine Enthusiast (Nov 2008)

Pale amber color. Aromas of toasted golden raisin nut bread drizzled with orange blossom honey follow through on a silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with very good depth and sweet orange marmalade, toffee, anise, and pink peppercorn warmth on the long, mineral kissed finish. A charming flavorful whisky.

90 points, Beverage Testing Institute (May 2010)

$56.99

60+ bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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Aberlour A'bunadh Single Malt Scotch (750ml)
From Aberlour, Speyside, Scotland

100WE

Intriguing and challenging bouquet of aromas of roasted nuts, old leather, black pepper, old oak and dried fruit. Palate entry is aggressive in spirit, but sweet and pruny; midpalate is drier and features tastes of leather and grain. Aftertaste teems with oak resin, hard cheese (meaning, rancio), candied nuts, candied fruit and dark honey. Add mineral water.

96-100 points, Wine Enthusiast (Dec 2009)

$109.99

7 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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$59.99

43 bottles in stock and ready to ship.
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Old Smuggler Blended Scotch (1.75L)
From Rothes, Speyside, Scotland