Rich and deep, the 2021 Boxer is both elegant and powerful, with...
Enjoy this delicately rich breakfast time favourite on buttered toast,...
Deliciously tart and luxuriously rich. A traditional British favourite...
This premium preserve it truly wonderful with thickly buttered scones...
This Fruity Gin & Tonic Preserve is a cocktail of peaches, pears and...
The Warenghem distillery in the north of Brittany began producing the finest liqueurs in 1900. This craft distillery has more than 100 years of experience and know-how. In 1983, thanks to Gilles Leizour’s passion for innovation and whisky, the distillery became the first French whisky distillery. This whisky is matured in unique oak casks...
The nose has characteristic Arran notes of citrus and sweet spice, with vanilla and cinnamon emerging. The palate is sweet and honeyed with vanilla, coconut and pineapple, before a long, sweet finish with lingering fruity aspects.
This whisky is truly stunning. The nose immediately reveals delicious sweet Sherry notes whilst the palate has elegance and finesse. The first sip remains true to the character of Arran - fresh fruit and sweet spice in abundance. I am proud of this Single Malt as it joins our core range as one of our oldest expressions to date
This 25 year old is truly the jewel in Arran's crown. The whisky has been matured in ex-Sherry and Bourbon Casks and is bottled at 46% Vol without chill filtration or the addition of any colouring. There are 3,000 bottles available worldwide annually and as such this is a limited bottling of the 2022 Release.
This particular expression has been dubbed The Bodega, and after it was distilled at Lochranza the whisky has been matured for seven years in first-fill sherry hogsheads. It's presented in a rather elegant and handsome bottle. Lots of dried fruit and chocolate over here.
Peated single malt whisky from the isle of Arran, bottled at cask strength. Previous editions have been released in yearly batches, but in 2018, the Arran distillers decided that these whiskies had become so popular that they deserved to be a permanent part of the range! Ideal! This punchy expression is named after the mystical peat bog western side of...
The name for this expression comes from a mysterious peat bog on the western side of Arran. Not only will you find peat at Machrie Moor, but stone circles too - one of which was apparently used by a giant to tether its dog to. Hence the dog on the label.
From the Auchentoshan distillery in the Scottish Lowlands comes a triple distilled single malt Scotch whisky aged entirely in first fill American oak casks. A light, bright whisky with plenty of vanilla sweetness at its centre - great as an aperitif dram.
This Auchroisk 10 year old is part of the Flora & Fauna Series. The Flora and Fauna series consists of 26 different Scotch single malt whiskies. Discontinued in 2010 the Flora and Fauna series boasts one of the most diverse ranges whisky. Originally these expressions were bottled at 43% volume but the final few releases were bottled at cask strength.