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  1. Dewars Aberfeldy
    $189.99

    Since 1898, the Aberfeldy Distillery has produced a fine Highland single malt Scotch Whisky. This elegant and full-bodied whisky, noted for its heather honey softness, has for years provided the signature notes of Dewar's family of blended whiskies. According to Michael Jackson, the Aberfeldy 12 Year Old has a fragrant nose that offers a light smokiness, incense, orange-zest and a touch of sherry. While remaining light on the tongue, an emphatically clean fruitiness is paired with very lively, fresh flavors; a bit oily with notes of tangerines. The finish is like biting into a kumquat, bringing along a lengthy, fruity glow. Learn More
  2. Signatory Vintage Bunnahabhain 28yr
    $241.99

    Average Price of 750ml bottle Learn More
  3. Cragganmore 21 Year
    $239.99

    Whisky ages on a continuum. It starts out clear, rough and vibrant. First it turns fruity, nutty and sweet. It then matures into smooth, elegant and condensed. Finally, it dies woody, musty and rancid. The goal of any bottling company (independent or owned by the distillery) is to pick the right spot to freeze a whisky in time by bottling it, airless, in a glass bottle. Whether 3, 8, or 50 years old, every bottled whisky lies somewhere between these two extremes. When a whisky goes into a barrel, nobody knows what it will taste like when it matures fully, or how long it will take. A whisky that “matures” completely in three years in the hot, humid climate of Bangalore, India, might otherwise have taken 20 years in cool, windy Scotland. Learn More
  4. Glenmorangie Signet
    $189.99

    This bottle of Glenmorangie Signetis in stock and available for sale. Learn More
  5. Jim Beam
    $19.99

    This bottle of Jim Beamis in stock and available for sale. Learn More
  6. Macallan Fine Oak 17yr
    $189.99

    The Macallan has extended its Fine Oak range of single malt Highland Scotch whiskies with the introduction of a 17 year old expression. The whisky continues the success of The Macallan Fine Oak 10, 15 and 21 Years Old, which the distillery introduced in November 2004 and Fine Oak 30 Years Old, just launched in June 2005. Since its introduction, The Macallan Fine Oak, a lighter expression of the traditional Macallan, has expanded the brand's audience in the U.S. and has received numerous industry accolades. Daniel Goodwin, senior brand manager, said that the 17 Years Old would broaden the appeal of the fine oak range. He added: "The lighter, more modern flavour expressions of the Fine Oak range resonates with whisky connoisseurs and novices alike. Fine Oak 17 expands upon a completely unique line of super-premium single malt Scotches." 94 points, The Malt Advocate. Learn More

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