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Located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland and often lashed by sea winds and rain, each element contributes to the styles of whisky this region produces as well as the large consistency of peat which heavily influences the flavour of whiskies produced here.
The Islay region is home to some of the finest distilleries including Laphroaig, Ardbeg, and Bruichladdich.
Typical Style: Renowned for their strong and peaty smokiness, the characters of Islay whiskies are very often described as being smoky and medicinal, salty and sea weedy with a dry finish.
Did you know? Contrary to popular belief, not all Islay whiskies are massively peaty. In fact, Bunnahabhain and Bruichladdich are both very mildly peated, if at all peated.
A 1975 Vintage Ardbeg non-chill-filtered.A fantastic limited edition Islay single malt that was laid to rest at the Ardbeg distillery in 1975 and bottled in 1998.This limited edition bottling is becoming very hard to find.Please note as this is a vintage whisky, conditions of bottle/label and l.. read more
This 10 Year old was released as part of the Bruichladdich Links collection. St Andrews Swilcan Bridge was commissioned for the International Pairs Competition at St Andrew’s. This is one of 9,000 bottles produced. This is a 50cl bottling.The Bruichladdich Links collection was created in a partner.. read more
The Bruichladdich Links collection was created in partnership with Graeme Baxter the famous Golf Course artist.Releasing 9 whiskies featuring different golf courses, this bottle depicts the 18th hole at Royal Troon.One of 12,000 bottles. Please note as this is a vintage whisky, conditions of bo.. read more
This year, Ardbeg are adding a dash of carnival colour to their customary Ardbeg Day ritual, in celebration of the Islay’s passion for festivity.This limited-edition single malt from Ardbeg distillery "Drum" was released for Ardbeg Day, during Feis Ile 2019. In a first for the Distillery, Ardbeg h.. read more
Bottled to celebrate Ardbeg Day 2021 and Islay’s definitely-real-and-totally-not-made-up flavour breathing dragon, Ardbeg Scorch is a dram with an almost mythical flavour profile. Ardbeg whisky wizards have been hard at work, chanting incantations and conjuring spirits, concocting one of the Distill.. read more
Age: 28 Year OldAlcohol ABV: 45.8%Bottle Size: 70clDescription: Single MaltDistillery: Port AskaigRegion: IslayVintage: -Year Bottled: - Nestled into the north coast of the island, Port Askaig has been the gateway to Islay for hundreds of years. For many it is the start of a journey that will stay .. read more
This 22 year old limited release from Bunnahabhain distillery on Islay was finished in a Pedro Ximenez sherry cask before being bottled in January 2020.The whisky for this limited release was distilled on 5th September 1997 and matured in traditional ex-whisky casks until 10th March 2016 when it was.. read more
K Club Ireland ''16th Hole'" is the sixth release in Bruichladdich Links collection. The label and the presentation tube of this 14-year-old single malt depict the art of the very talented Graeme Baxter. The Bruichladdich Links collection was created in a partnership with Graeme Baxter, a famous wo.. read more
Distilled on the remote island of Islay off the West coast of Scotland, Laphroaig is the most richly flavoured of all Scotch whiskies.Laphroaig (La-froyg) single malt Scotch whisky has always kept itself a bit remote, like the islanders of Islay themselves.This is an all-time favourite for all peaty.. read more
Released in 2004, this Laphroaig Quarter Cask offfers an irresistible doubling of flavour, due to the double maturation in two barrels made of American oak. This bottling was aged for around five years before being finished in a quarter cask for several months, the size of the cask is quite small, h.. read more
Bottled to mark the 10th Anniversary of the Ardbeg Committee, this single Islay malt Scotch whisky was released in 2010. On the 15th February 2010, the release of Ardbeg Rollercoaster was met with sheer excitement. The 50,000 Committee Members were easger to get their hands on the limited 15,000 bot.. read more
This young Octomore was distilled in 2011 and aged in ex-bourbon barrels for more than eight years.As expected, it’s packed with pungent smoke, but also offers a wealth of citrus fruit and toasted grain flavours.Only a limited number of 870 bottles have been produced in total. Limited to 1 per custo.. read more
Introducing a new and exclusive whisky to Turmeaus, the Stalla Dhu Islay Whisky. A rare collection of small batch and single cask malts from Scotland's finest distilleries. Created by Mitchell Orchant and bottled by Stalla Dhu Whiskies.Stalla Dhu is Scottish Gaeilic for "Black Cliff" and with this e.. read more
This unique expression from Laphroaig combines the unforgettable flavour of our 10 year old whisky with the sweet, aromatic flavours from the Oloroso sherry casks.This marriage of casks creates a rich, full bodied flavour with notes of Manuka honey, bacon and maple syrup alongside the classic smoke,.. read more
Specialty Drinks, an independent bottler that sources single malt from an undisclosed distillery in Islay to bottle under the Port Askaig label.The Port Askaig range launched in 2009 with three expressions (Cask Strength, 17 and 25 year old). All three were strongly rumoured to hail from Caol Ila.Ov.. read more
Creamy and generous, but with a noticeable kick on the palate, this coastal whisky combines ripe tropical fruits with more serious flavours of tar and brine.This is the tenth "Lg" bottling, this time presented at 57.4% ABV.986 bottles have been produced from three barrels of 2007 distillate.Limited .. read more
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You would not think it to see it now, but Ardbeg had a difficult time of it for much of the 20th century.The distillery was bought in a joint venture between Hiram Walker and DCL in 1959, both intending to supply their blends.The subsequent years were very successful, but DCL backed out in 1979 (clo.. read more
Sitting on the southern coastline, the current distillery was founded in 1815, the original having been destroyed by excise men.
George Islay MacNeill Robertson was born in the police station on Islay, a few miles from Ardbeg. He rose to become the 10th general secretary of NATO.
This cask was la.. read more