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Laphroaig 21 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€42.00

A superb limited edition Laphroaig. Aged in ex-bourbon barrels which have given accents of pineapple, mango, coconut and vanilla to prop up the hefty smokiness.

Laphroaig 25 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€50.00

Incredibly complex and packed with slowly evolving flavours of smoke, sweet malt, tar, exotic spices, dried fruits and aromatic pepper.

Laphroaig Cairdeas 200th Anniversary

Glass - 35.5ml€21.00

Very powerful and typically smoky with tropical and citrus fruit followed by vanilla, spice and smooth malt.

Laphroaig Quarter Cask

Glass - 35.5ml€8.25

Partly aged in small 'quarter casks' which had added extra oakiness, vanilla and pepper notes to the smoke, caramel and cigar box flavours of the spirit.

Ledaig 10 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€8.25

A great value peated malt. This has very obvious bourbon cask notes of lemon, vanilla, honey and ginger combined with some prominent peat smoke.

Ledaig 1999 G&M

Glass - 35.5ml€11.00

Delicate and smoky with flavours of lemon and lime, creamy vanilla, banana, popcorn, pungent smoke, tobacco and boiled sweets.

Linkwood 15 Year-Old G&M

Glass - 35.5ml€9.95

Dry and spicy with some delicious strawberry fruit characters and touches of spiced meats, toffee and vanilla.

Linkwood 25 Year-Old G&M

Glass - 35.5ml€32.00

Waxy and full-bodied with intriguing flavours of honey, dried strawberries, caramel toffees, ginger and lemon cake.

Littlemill 1991 Rare Old

Glass - 35.5ml€29.95

Littlemill sadly closed in 1996 and has since been demolished. It is thought that this was the oldest distillery in Scotland. Old examples like this are a lot better than younger bottlings. Fruity, spicy and oily with a lovely smoothness.

Lochside 1965 20 Year-Old G&M

Glass - 35.5ml€52.00

One of the very best examples from this long gone distillery. Lochside sadly closed for good in 1992. This is a bit of a 'Sherry Bomb'. Lots of dried fruits, spice and praline flavours.

Lockes 8 Year-Old Single Malt

Glass - 35.5ml€6.50

It is said that when John Wayne and John Ford were filming The Quiet Man in Ireland back in 1951, Locke's was their whiskey of choice when winding down between, and maybe even during, filming. Back then it was made at the Kilbeggan/Brusna Distilllery in Co Westmeath, but this version is a lovely soft single malt distilled at Cooley. It's a vatting of 90% unpeated malt and 10% peated.

Lockes Grand Crew 9 Year-Old Single Cask

Glass - 35.5ml€21.00

A lovely single-cask Locke's from the Cooley Distillery. It was bottled for the Irish Whiskey Society back in 2009 in conjunction with a number of Irish Waterways charities to mark the closure of the Grand Canal to commercial traffic in 1959, which was one of the channels the old Kilbeggan Distillery used to get casks of whiskey to eager Dubliners. It was one of two casks bottled at the time. They were shipped by barge to Dublin to great fanfare - with the help of a horse and cart.

Lockes Irish Whiskey

Glass - 35.5ml€7.95

Locke's gets its name from John Locke, who took over the old Brusna Distillery in Co. Westmeath back in 1843 and started producing a whiskey of that name. The brand, and the old distillery, was bought by John Teeling around 150 years later. It's now produced in Co Louth but matured at an old bonded warehouse in Kilbeggan that was modeled on a building in the ancient city of Ure in Iraq... The original would have contained pot still whiskey, but this one is a slightly peated malt/grain blend.

Longmorn 16 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€12.00

Rich and full bodied with an interesting mix of orange and lemon fruit combined with spicy oak and touches of green herbs.

Longmorn Glenlivet 12 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€11.00

A very interesting bottling from the 1980s. Classic old style Longmorn with lots of sherry cask influence.

Longrow 18 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€15.00

A wonderful mix of pungent peat smoke, deliciously fresh fruit, vanilla and dried fruit flavours. This really has a bit of everything, a complex and multifacted dram.

Longrow Peated Single Malt

Glass - 35.5ml€7.35

Rich and creamy tasting with pungent peat smoke then flavours of boiled sweets, candyfloss, sweet malt and citrus.

Macallan 12 Year-Old Sherry Oak

Glass - 35.5ml€13.00

The real deal Macallan in the classic sherried style. If only all of them were this good! Lots of body, with rich, dried fruits, malt and delicate spices.

Macallan 1968 Anniversary Malt 25 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€130.00

Extremely rare and hard to find. One of the best Macallan whiskies ever bottled. Packed with dried fruit, spice and old oak flavours.

Macallan 25 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€82.00

Incredibly fruity and rich tasting. Think dried figs, prunes, apricots and raisins with a touch of chewy oak, gentle smoke and caramel.