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Islay Whisky

Islay, like Speyside, is a mecca for whisky lovers. There are numerous distilleries squeezed onto the island; Ardbeg, Lagavulin, Caol Ila and Laphroaig to name but a few. Taking their smoky flavour from the peat fuel used for malting the barley used in producing their whiskies, Islay malts are often described as being smoky and medicinal, salty and 'seaweedy'.

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If you want your whisky loaded with provenance then look no further than Octomore.
The second release of Octomore took the peat smoke to an even bigger 140ppm. Combined with the light, sweet Bruichladdich spirit it has made what they've delicately called an "awesome spirit!
Octomore 2.1 62.5% 70cl
The 2012 release of Octomore, from Bruichladdich, presented this insanely peated whisky, with phenols way up at 169ppm.
The smokiest and most intense Octomore ever bottled. The late harvest barley from Octomore farm has been peated to a tremendous 309.
Octomore 8.3 61.2% 70cl
A second limited release of the 10 year old edition of Octomore - the peatiest whisky brand ever made, from Bruichladdich distillery.
Following the 'Meleager', this second rare addition to the Renegade releases from Octomore was a bespoke bottling for Mark Reynier.
To mark the 10th anniversary of their Port Askaig series, Elixir Distillers have released a limited edition 10 Year Old single malt from undisclosed Islay distillery located close to Port Askaig in no ...
Port Askaig
Bottled by Elixir Distillers, this is a single cask from their range of mystery Islay malts named after the port town on the north cost of the island.
Port Askaig
A single cask of Port Charlotte whisky (Bruichladdich's heavily peated spirit) bottled by Dornoch's Thompson Bros.
Port Charlotte
The second edition of the 10 year old release from Port Charlotte - the heavily peated spirit created at Bruichladdich distillery.
Port Charlotte
Port Charlotte is produced by Bruichladdich Distillery, and is one of their heavily peated versions, that is aged at Port Charlotte on Islay (where there was once a distillery).
Port Charlotte
When Bruichladdich Distillery was brought out of mothballs, it was Mark Reynier who led the charge and he came from a solid background of wine.
Port Charlotte
This is a single cask of heavily peated spirit from Bruichladdich Distillery, owned and bottled by the whisky writer Ian Buxton.
Port Charlotte
Port Ellen is one of the most popular lost distilleries when it comes to collectors.
Port Ellen
The 10th special release of Port Ellen from Diageo. Originally released in 2016 these bottlings are becoming increasingly scarce and coveted by collectors around the world.
Port Ellen
A highly sought after bottling in the series, released in 2008 just before the demand and retail prices soared.
Port Ellen
The 17th and final annual release from 2017 for this closed distillery. Diageo have now incorporated Port Ellen into a new series called 'Untold Stories' signalling an end to it's annual release which ...
Port Ellen
From the long lost Port Ellen distillery, the annual series is made up of limited releases from the remaining stocks of this Islay whisky.
Port Ellen
Port Ellen remains one of Islay's most sought after malt whiskies after the distillery closed in 1983.
Port Ellen
As the stocks of Port Ellen grow ever smaller, we're delighted to see that there are still bottlings like this on the market.
Port Ellen
An independent Port Ellen is always an intriguing thing to come across. This 1982 distillation has been matured by the whisky maestros a Gordon and MacPhail.
Port Ellen
One of the world's most sought after whiskies. With just under 3000 bottles worldwide this rare bottling went very fast when originally released.
Port Ellen
A single cask of the Islay closed distillery Port Ellen bottled independently by Signatory Vintage.
Port Ellen
Bottled at 43% as a 23 year old in 1998. The bottlers Hart Brothers describe 'A delicate sweet bouquet with a touch of peat and seaweed' which sounds like yummy old Port Ellen to us.
Port Ellen
The second in Diageo's series of annual Port Ellen bottlings, using the remaining stocks of this closed and demolished distillery.
Port Ellen
A rather sought after single cask of Port Ellen and one of the very last in Signatory's warehouse (when we had a sneaky look around anyway!)
Released in 2009 to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of independent bottler Douglas Laing, this single cask of Port Ellen was matured for 30 years in a refill hogshead and produced only 234 bottles.
An exceedingly rare single cask Port Ellen bottled for the 2008 Feis Ile. Distilled in 1981 this matured well after the distillery was closed and dismantled and is now a little bit of liquid history i ...
Port Ellen
Following on from seventeen annual releases, Port Ellen's owner Diageo have now inducted this iconic closed distillery into a new series called The Untold Stories.
Port Ellen
Port Ellen, possibly the most famous of Islay's lost distilleries. This single malt whisky was distilled in 1978 and was the 13th edition in Diageo's special release range.
Port Ellen
A collection of five miniatures from Douglas Laing's Remarkable Regional Malts, showcasing the various whisky characters from across Scotland.
Remarkable Regional Malts
This is the first expression from the new 'Scarabus' range by independent bottler Hunter Laing.
A blended malt created by seven of Scotland's independent distilleries (Arran, Benriach, Bladnoch, Glendronach, Glengyle, Kilchoman and Springbank).
Spirit of Unity
A mystery Islay single malt bottled by North Star Spirits. Bottled from a single refill hogshead at a strength of 50% with a striking astrological label that features co-ordinates to reveal the spirit ...
The Islay Star
A lovely bottling from the well loved Isle of Islay. This single malt was first distilled in May 2003 and bottled in July 2013.
Thompson Bros
It's an open secret that when a indy bottler buys a cask of Laphroaig they are required to call it 'Williamson' so as not to step on the distilleries toes.

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