What is Whiskey? Whisky is an alcoholic beverage obtained from the distillation of one or more fermented cereals, which ages in wooden barrels for at least 3 years. The best known whiskey is the Scotch, produced in two types: Single Malt, from a single distillery and Blended, obtained by assembling several batches of whiskey in which they meet their best characteristics. The differences found in the different areas of Scotland about the organoleptic characteristics of the products makes it possible to distinguish the Scotch Whiskey from the Highlands, Islands, Speyside, Islay, Campbeltown and Lowland. Among the best known distilleries, for each region, we find: Glenmorangie and Oban for the Highlands, Higland Park and Talisker for the Islands, Cardhu, Glenfiddich, Glenlivet and Macallan for Speyside, Caol Ila, Ardberg, Lagavulin and Laphroaig for Islay, Auchentoshan and Glenkinche for Lowland. Other very popular whiskeys are Irish, Canadian and US, rye and bourbon, and the Japanese. Sometimes used in the preparation of cocktails, it is ideal to serve at the end of a meal or to drink alone, for moments of meditation.


HIGHLANDS is the largest producing region with the widest range of whiskeys produced, thanks to the region's complex climate. It includes the distillates of Campbeltown and those of the islands of Orkney, Skye, Mull, Jura, with the typical spiced whiskeys, which require long periods of aging. SPEYSIDE is located east of the Highlands, where the River Spey flows. Here is concentrated the majority of Scottish distilleries which are known for the elegance and complexity of the whiskey produced. ISLAY is a small island west of the Scottish coast, heavily exposed to the ocean wind. The local climate allows for the creation of whiskey with a strong and pungent aroma, with a marine scent of seaweed and salt. They are considered among the finest whiskeys.
ISLANDS is a complex of nearly 800 small islands scattered off the west coast of Scotland. Only some of them are inhabited and of these only very few still have a distillery. Eclectic whiskeys are born, from light citrus to full peat smoke. CAMPBELTOWN was known as a thriving whiskey region with more than 34 distilleries. There are now only 3 manufacturers, but of great quality. Unique malts, peaty of great value. LOWLANDS is the region located south of Scotland, beyond the ideal line between Dundee and Greenock. Its characteristic is the production of gentler and softer whiskeys than those of the Highlands.


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The Japanese Blended Whisky Akashi delle White Oak Distillery is superb and powerful, and can harmoniously combine the presence of vanilla notes with the smells of American oak. The limited quantities in which it is produced make it even more precious. Unmissable.


Single Malt Welsh Whisky 'Legend' by Penderyn is the new name that the distillery wanted to give to their most classic product. It is a single malt produced by a unique distillation system in the category of single malts or a single copper alembic composed of two separate distillation columns. For its maturation, American oak barrels are used with a particularity: the first phase takes place in barrels used for the Bourbon, the second in barriques used in the production of Madeira. Aromas of apples and citrus, dried fruit and dark chocolate. Well balanced in all its components, very sweet and well harmonious.


Single Malt 'Madeira Finish' by Penderyn is the leading product of the Welsh distillery, winner of the IWC gold medal in 2012. Matured minimum 3 years in ex-bourbon barrels and finished in barrels that previously contained Madeira wine, this process gives whiskey a taste Generous and a subtle complexity.


'The Kurayoshi' Pure Malt is a Japanese Whiskey produced by Matsui Whisky. Aged for more than 3 years in white ex bourbon oak barrels. It has a soft and refreshing fragrance of barley malt accompanied by sweet and sour notes of rum, malt and vanilla raisins. The light finish is a reference to the pure Tottori spring water used during distillation.


The Kurayoshi Pure Malt 'Sherry Cask' is a Japanese Whiskey produced by the Matsui Whisky. Aged in oak barrels for over 3 years, and then finished in sherry barrels. The nose expresses notes of ripe fruit and chocolate. The palate imitates the nose with further notes of citrus and lemongrass. Sweetness and acidity are elegantly balanced. The light finish is a reference to the pure Tottori spring water used during distillation.


Blended Whisky 'The Totttori' is a Japanese Whiskey produced by the Matsui Distillery. It expresses the competence and consistency of over 100 years of Matsui Distillery in the art of aging and spirits blending. Aged 3 years in toasted oak barrels. For a more authentic, pure and unique taste it has not been cold filtered.


Blended Whisky The Tottori 'Bourbon Barrel' Aged is a Japanese Whiskey produced by the Matsui Distillery. This blend, composed of several Japanese whiskeys, has the distinction of being aged in Bourbon barrels for 3 years. The Boubon barrels help to bring out all the aromas of the American oak. Not cold filtered.

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The 'Nàdurra' 16 YO First Fill Selection Cask Strength 60.3% by The Glenlivet is a pure and pristine single malt (Nàdurra in Gaelic means natural), aged 16 years in American oak barrels. Once reached its maturation it is bottled as cask-strenght (without being diluted with water) and without resorting to the cold filtering process (chill-filtering), a choice that gives the Nàdurra its turbid appearance and guarantees the preservation of precious aromas and substances that otherwise would be lost. Award-winning, challenging.


The Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old by Aberlour is a fine example of how the distinctly crunchy and citrusy character of raw Aberlour distillate is ably softened by double-barrel maturation. The combination of traditional oak barrels and seasoned sherry create a round, warm, spicy and well-balanced flavor.


The 'Casg Annamh' Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky by Aberlour the Gaelic language it means 'rare barrel'. Special character thanks to the combination of 3 different woods used in the maturation phase. The refinement takes place in 1 European oak sherry barrel and 2 different American oak barrels. Complex, full-bodied, soft but lively, with fruity notes of apple and oriental spices.


The Blended Scotch Whisky 30 Years Old by Ballantine’s is the result of the union of rare whiskeys aged at least 30 years, some of which come from distilleries that no longer exist today. Deep golden yellow in color, it opens to the nose with delicate fruity aromas including pear juice and peach, accompanied by notes of vanilla, honey and slight smoky hints. In the mouth it is complex and powerful, with floral and fruity scents that accompany a pleasantly long and spicy finish. Whiskey to be reserved for important occasions due to its exclusivity.


The 25 Year Old Original Legend Blended Scotch Whiskey by Chivas Regal is a refined distillate obtained from a selection of fine Scotch whiskeys that age at least 25 years in fine oak barrels, created to satisfy the sophisticated taste of New York's high society that it has acquired in little time an international resonance. At the sight of an intense golden yellow, it boasts a bouquet composed of hazelnut and wild berry scents, combined with notes of licorice, raspberry and sweet oats. In the mouth it is inviting, soft and juicy, with elegant aromas of butter, anise and custard. Ideal to be enjoyed alone as a meditation whiskey.



Miltonduff 15 Years Old by Ballantine's is a single malt Scotch whiskey aged for 15 years in ex-bourbon barrels and bottled at 40% vol. This single malt is used to give the Ballantine's floral and spicy notes, and by tasting this special single malt we can fully appreciate them. No blend producer in the world has ever given this opportunity so far, that is to say to deconstruct a product to find out how it is done. It is formed by dozens of single malts and single grain, but the mainstay is formed by 3 single malts: Glenburgie, Glentauchers and Miltonduff. The same single malts that we can find in Ballantine's Single Malt Series.


Glenburgie 15 Years Old by Ballantine's is a single malt Scotch whiskey aged for 15 years in American white oak barrels and bottled at 40% vol. This single malt is the heart of Ballantine's and is used to give sweetness and fruity notes. Beautiful opportunity from Ballantine's that allows us to deconstruct our blend by discovering which are the main single malts of this very famous product. The Glenburgie distillery was founded in 1829 near Forres by William Paul. In 1936 Hiram Walker acquired both Glenburgie and Miltonduff, which from that moment became two of the main single malts of the Ballantine’s. First of three releases for Ballantine's Single Malt Series.


Glentauchers 15 Years Old by Ballantine's is a single malt Scotch whiskey aged for 15 years in American white oak barrels and bottled at 40% vol. This single malt is delicate but spicy and with good persistence. The Glentauchers distillery was founded in 1829 by James Buchanan & Co. and since its inception the distillery was designed to provide quality single malts for blends, such as Black & White. In 1989 the Glentauchers also became part of the Ballantine's thanks to the acquisition of the distillery by Allied Distillers. Last of three releases for Ballantine's Single Malt Series.