Released September 2018
Below are some of the latest whisky releases to hit the online shelves for September 2018. Visit the Whisky Boys online shop for a Jim Beam Distillers Masterpiece or Compass Box Flaming Heart.
30th September 2018
27th September 2018
An elegant old Speyside bottled exclusively for The Whisky Exchange by German independent The Whisky Agency. While we can't explicitly tell you which family-owned distillery this is from, it's one of our favourites, and they're well known for producing great whisky from sherry butts. We'll leave the guessing up to you.
A very limited run of gorgeous long-aged Irish whiskey, bottled exclusively for us by The Whisky Agency. The late 80s and early 90s were a sweet spot for whisky from this anonymous Irish distillery, with a huge amount of fruity flavour in every bottling. This one zeroes in on mangoes, and is one of the juiciest drams we've ever tried. A must taste for fans of the style.
23rd September 2018
20th September 2018
19th September 2018
18th September 2018
17th September 2018
Producing just 449 bottles, this Signatory bottling is matured in pair of hogshead casks from Autumn 1996 to Spring 2018 for the Cask Strength Collection.
Italian independent bottlers released this cask-strength 11-year-old Glenrothes expression from the Speyside distillery, aged in bourbon barrels.
Speyside distillery Inchgower is noted for its fruity, aromatic style, and this independent bottling from Signatory is a fine example. The whisky was aged for 10 years in a pair of bourbon hogsheads.
8,400 bottles were produced of this outstanding Island blended malt, created after their No1 edition ‘rocked’ whisky lover’s worlds.
Hailing from the South coast of Islay (however the distillery remains a mystery) this 8-year-old single malt is subtle on the nose with a white fruit sweetness being introduced on the palate with a smoked fish finish.
Volume five is the final bottling of the Revival series which was crafted to celebrate the opening of the Teeling distillery in Dublin. This is a 12-year-old single malt that was aged in bourbon barrels before being finished in Cognac and brandy casks. Almond, lemon rind, honey and floral notes are surrounded by a toasty creamy oak note.
Fascinating Taiwanese whisky from Ian Chang and the gang, this expression is allowed to mature in red and white wine casks and then re-toasted.
From the mighty Kavalan distillery in Taiwan comes this rich fruit lead whisky that has been aged in a Port cask. Dark berry fruits combine with vibrant tropical notes to give a very satisfying dram.
Bottled at 51.6% abv, this release is from the Cambus distillery based in the Lowland region by Italian independent bottlers, Valinch & Mallet.
From one of Scotland’s smallest distilleries this bourbon-cask whisky is round and rich on the palate with a lovely spice on the finish.
Italian independent bottlers, Valinch & Mallet, have released a 25-year-old Tormore. Matured in a bourbon hogshead and producing only 149 bottles.
Knockando is known for its bottlings of vintage whiskies. This one was matured in ex-sherry casks and bottled in 2016 as part of the ‘slowly matured’ series. With aromas of sultanas, figs and orange peel, and cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves on the palate, this whisky has plenty of punch. Try this with a strong blue cheese.
Youthful and exuberant are the words to describe this offering from the North British distillery, bottled by Signatory and matured for over a decade, bottled at 43% abv as a part of the Single grain Collection.
John Crabbie’s legendary whisky company has been given a new lease of life and is to start producing whisky again in their new Edinburgh distillery. In the meantime they have launched a series of whiskies from various distilleries – this 12-year-old single is from an undisclosed Island distillery. Grassy, malty notes and a long smoky finish.
Single grain whisky from the now defunct Port Dundas distillery, bottled by Signatory for their Single Cask Collection, this was left to mature in a single hogshead from 1995 until 2018.
This rich fruit-laden whisky was aged in a single Sherry Butt and bottled at cask strength. It is dark and brooding with walnuts, dried fruits, fig, prune and sultanas.
Italian indie bottlers, Valinch & Mallet, turn their attention to the Highland region, bottling a 24-year-old Tullibardine that was distilled in 1994 and bottled in 2018. Tullibardine was founded on an old brewery site with a history that dates back to the 12th century.
A complex cask-strength American whiskey from Boondocks, this was aged for 11 years. Earthy and spicy with notes of cereal, milk chocolate and leather.
Italian indie bottlers, Valinch & Mallet, turn their attention to the Highland region, bottling a 12-year-old Royal Brackla that was distilled in 2006 and bottled in 2018.
A blend of corn, malt and rye, this American whiskey is creamy with notes of butter, toasted marshmallows, fruit and exotic spice.
16th September 2018
13th September 2018
11th September 2018
A rich non-age-statement whisky matured entirely in first-fill sherry casks, with notes of orange, vanilla, nutmeg and oak. It is part of The Soleo Collection: a range of five whiskies from Glenrothes, ranging from 10 to 25 years old, which pay homage to the grapes from which some sherries, such as Pedro Ximénez, are made. The red label on this bottle reflects the colour of the grape just before it begins to ripen.
Matured in sherry casks, the majority of which were first-fill, this is a sweet and spicy whisky with notes of vanilla, fresh ginger and pear.
This 18-year-old whisky is part of The Soleo Collection: a range of five whiskies from Glenrothes, ranging from 10 to 25 years old, which pay homage to the grapes from which some sherries, such as Pedro Ximénez, are made.
A Glenrothes 12 Year Old in classic style: fruity and sweet. Aged solely in sherry-seasoned casks, this Speyside whisky has notes of vanilla, melon, banana and cinnamon.
This 12-year-old whisky is part of The Soleo Collection: a range of five whiskies from The Glenrothes, ranging from 10 to 25 years old, which pay homage to the grapes from which some sherries, such as Pedro Ximénez, are made.
A great whisky for those looking to try Glenrothes for the first time. This sweet, zesty dram has a yellow label that denotes the colour of the grape at the point it is plucked from the vine.
This whisky is part of the Soleo collection, a series paying homage to the ageing process used on some sherry grapes. Each whisky in the series has a different colour label, each reflecting a different stage of the grapes' maturation.
4th September 2018
2nd September 2018
The 2018 edition of Compass Box's perennially-limited Flaming Heart is bigger, bolder and tastier than ever. Full of thick, fiery, smoky flavours and overlaid with oaky depth and a herbaceous, spicy freshness born of a substantial Caol Ila component, this is far from a one-trick pony. A warm, multidimensional and luxurious dram.