Results For Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Andersonville Wine & Spirits

43% alc./vol.

West Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

A sweet peat and fruity nose with a spicy mouth-filling sweetness and a long drying finish with smoke and some salt.


91 points Whisky Advocate

Drier, less toffee and fruit, more dried spice and oak when compared to the standard Oban 14 year old. A beautiful combination of rich, nutty toffee balanced by polished oak, salt, pepper, seaweed, distant smoke, and dried fruit. Somewhat oily in texture. Wonderful depth, too! An improvement on what is already the biggest-selling Diageo single malt scotch in the U.S. Very exciting and dynamic. (Vol. 17, #4, by John Hansell)



Port Ellen 14th Release 35 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky was the 14th of the official annual releases by the Port Ellen Distillery. One of the most rare and collectible whiskies in the world, Port Ellen 14th has a deep gold and amber appearance, with an understated nose defined by faint smoke, honey, cured meats and root vegetables, as well as sweeter mint and citrus notes. The palate is smooth and oily, with rich honey and sea salt giving way to ginger, toast, orange peel and a hint of dark chocolate. The finish is long and warming, with complex wood, smoke and citrus notes all intermingling.


Port Ellen 15th Release 32 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky was the 15th of the official annual releases by the Port Ellen Distillery. One of the most rare and collectible whiskies in the world, it is sweet, intense, enigmatic and uncompromising with a complex tour de force of aromas and flavors.   This comes from refill European Oak butts filled in 1983, which was the last year of production.



46% alc./vol.

Campbeltown Single Malt Scotch Whisky



93 points Whisky Advocate

Deep, mature in nature, and very complex. Notes of polished leather, maple syrup, and dark pit fruit, with suggestions of tobacco smoke, wood shavings, and unsweetened chocolate. References to fine old bourbon and ultra-matured pot-still rum provide intrigue. Proof that Japan produces some outstanding, distinctive whiskies. Nicely done!

The Suntory whiskies are handcrafted at Japan’s oldest distillery, built by the founder of Suntory–Shinjiro Torii–in 1923. This was named “Best in Class” at the International Wine & Spirits Competition in 2006 and awarded a Double Gold Medal at the 2005 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. This will wow any fan of single malt whisky with its spicy cherry, date, toffee and orange notes and its long, dry finish.


Japanese Single Malt Whisky
‘Yamazaki 12 year Old is a pioneering malt in Japan, for which Suntory deserves great credit. In its early days, it was rounded and delicate…now it is more intense, confident and elegant. 8/10’ Michael Jackson, Whisky Magazine, Oct 2002
IWSC 2011 Gold Medal Winner – Best in Class

45.8% alc./vol.

The only Single Malt Scotch Whisky from The Isle Of Skye

A soft, smoky nose introduces an enticing, sweet taste. Full bodied and smooth, this muscular malt also has a robust, deep intensity. It has a long, richly warming finish.

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