Released July 2018
Below you will find a list of the latest whisky releases to hit the online shelves in July 2018. These whiskies include a Bladnoch Talia | 27 Year Old, Karuizawa 1999 and a Karuizawa 2000.
25th July 2018
23rd July 2018
A fruity 19-year-old Bowmore bottled by German independent The Whisky Agency exclusively for us here at The Whisky Exchange. Run through with smoky maritime character, it's got piles of fresh fruit as well, harking back to old-school Bowmore. A great dram that shows off our favourite style of Bowmore.
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A fruit bomb of a whiskey from an anonymous Irish distillery. This is part of a run of excellent whiskies bottled by The Whisky Agency from this distiller, and we're very pleased to say that it's exclusively available from The Whisky Exchange. It's a classic fruit-forward Irish single malt, with layers of citrus and orchard fruit drizzled with mangos. A stunner.
22nd July 2018
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15th July 2018
The third release in WhistlePig's Boss Hog series has been aged for 14 years and finished in refill hogsheads from Scotland. This combines notes of spicy rye and sweet caramel.
A well-aged Dalmore bottled by Scotia Royale. Distilled in 1978, this was matured for 33 years, and is limited to just 210 bottles. Expect the classic Dalmore notes of dried fruit, Christmas spices and fruit cake.
A 27-year-old Brora from Duncan Taylor, part of the Rare Auld range. Distilled in 1981 and bottled in November 2008, this is a classic example of late-era Brora, combining characteristic earthy smoke with a citrus-fruit-focused palate.
A balanced and herbaceous three-year-old rye whiskey. This is first distilled in a 60ft column still and then a copper pot still, both at the family-run Willett distillery, which re-opened in 2012 after having closed in the 1980s.
Self-proclaimed ‘world’s finest rye’, the 117-124 proof Spirit of Mortimer comes at you like a train and takes no prisoners. Taste it neat for the sheer fierceness of it, then add water for an altogether more extravagant experience: massive rye spice dominates initially, but clears to allow the slow, rich rise of caramel poured over toasted waffles, with vanilla and thick butter languishing into a deep dark sugar reverie.