Discover award-winning and unusual whiskies from around the world, as well as popular distilleries such as Jameson and Glenmorangie. From single malt Scotch whiskies to Japanese, American and Irish whiskey, discover the world of whisky at Nickolls & Perks.
An excellent gifting pack, this is made up of 3 x 10cl minis of 12,15 and 18 years old Glenfiddich, and it is accompanied by 2 nosing glasses.
A classic single malt Scotch whisky from the Cardhu distillery in Speyside, presented with a rather sizeable nosing glass. this would make a great gift for someone who is beginning to explore the world of whisky.
New to Tomatin distillery, or know a friend who's a fan? Why not explore further with a cracking little tasting pack. This contains three different miniature single malt whiskies from the Tomatin distillery including the 12 Year Old, 18 Year Old and Legacy release. A great introduction to this fine distillery.
New to the BenRiach range in 2015, the 10 year old Speyside single malt Scotch is now a core bottling from the distillery. Since the distillery had taken on new ownership, this has been something they have worked towards ever since taking the reins. The whisky is matured in ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks and bottled at 43%, overall a wonderful refreshing Speyside whisky.
As WhistlePig begin their quest to produce their tasty rye whiskey on site at their distillery in Vermoint, Crop No.001 is the first release in the FarmStock series. Here theyve combined a Canadian rye and an older American rye along with...
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The 2017 edition "The Black Prince" is the 4th release in WhistlePigs Boss Hog - and comes with the honour of having won the "Best in Show Whiskey" at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2017. The rye whiskey has been aged for 14 years before being finished unusually in Armagnac casks, and bottled at 59.6% ABV.
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12 year old rye from WhistlePig matured in a combination of casks from the old world of wine. 63% in Madeira casks, 30% in Sauternes casks and 7% in Port casks. This has resulted in a ridiculously complex rye whiskey...
From the WhistlePig distillery in Vermont, USA, comes this 10-year-old rye whiskey. They use 100% rye grain in the mash bill, resulting in an honest, punchy character with notes of toffee and oak-y spice.
Limestone Branch Distillery’s Yellowstone is a limited edition blended whiskey. Within the blend is sourced bourbon between 7 and 12 years, but it also contains 4 year old straight bourbon that was distilled at Limestone Branch. The blend was then finished in charred first-use wine casks, before being bottled at 50.5% ABV.
A quality single barrel bourbon from Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, awarded a gold medal in the 2014 Jim Murrays liquid gold awards. This comes rather wonderfully packaged, literally shaped as a pot still. A very well-balanced pot still bourbon whiskey.
A newer edition that comes at a slightly higher strength of 56.4% ABV, Wild Turkey Rare Breed Bourbon. It's made up of whiskies aged between 6 and 12 years.
A great spicy bourbon with a huge character to offer. Wild Turkey 81 Proof is an all round superstar of Kentucky Straight Bourbons. Rich coffee notes, vanilla and great spice, make this whiskey a top drink.
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The Name Sazerac comes from the Coffee House in New Orleans, were the glorious Sazerac cocktail landed on earth, now produced by the Buffalo Trace distillery. The Coffee House was acquired by a man who goes by the name of Thomas...
Starts out with great spicy, minty notes and when water is added the nose makes you want to set up a tent in the woods! Classic caramel & vanilla notes shine on the palate with light cedar & more mint notes prevailing at the end.
A top rye from the Heaven Hill distillery, ideal for making a Manhattan cocktail. If your looking for something with a little more kick, try the 100 Proof version.
Aged for about 4 years and at the World Whisky Awards 2010 Rittenhouse Straight Rye won Worlds Best American Whiskey, a big scoop for the distillery.
"Overall this rye is about as balanced, flexible and versatile as they come. Delicious neat? Check. Holds up on the rocks? Check. Amazing in cocktails? Double check. It’s just not possible to go wrong with this rye and when it comes to value for money the Rittenhouse Rye 100 is incredibly hard to beat." The Whiskey Jug
A 100% straight corn whiskey from the McCormick Distilling Company in Weston, Missouri, USA. The spirit was aged for 30 months and presented in an earthenware style bottle.
Old Grand-dad is a great value for money entry level Bourbon distilled at the Jim Beam distillery and named after the famed distiller Basil Hayden who also has another Jim Beam Whiskey of that name in their portfolio. A high rye mash bill gives this a slightly spicy edge.
A small batch Kentucky Bourbon that contains corn based Whiskey between 4- 20 years old from the Heaven Hill distillery and released by the Kentucky Bourbon distillers company that also produce the equally impressive Willett range of Bourbon and Rye Whiskies.
Made available in the UK in late 2016, the "absolutely yummy" Makers 46 is a slightly more spicy bourbon than the original expression. Theyve done this by cleverly searing French oak staves and inserting them to the inner sides of the barrels, reducing the tannins and gaining some extra flavour at the same time too.
Boasting textbook notes of butterscotch, caramel and vanilla its Kentucky Bourbon Distillers Cos Kentucky Vintage. An awesome small-batch bourbon presented at 90 proof (45% ABV).
Jim Beam White Label features a rather high rye content, making it quite handy for cocktails. Plenty sweetness here, which is responsible for why its such a popular choice of bourbon.
Double Oak is a newly introduced expression to the Jim Beam range. First the whiskey is filled into freshly charred American oak barrels before its transferred over to a new set of the same type of barrels to complete the maturation.
The Devils Cut from Jim Beam posseses quite an oak-y character from an interesting technique used at the distillery. They combine whiskey that has entered the staves of the cask itself, by extraction, with the original 90 Proof bourbon.
McLain & Kyne, maker of Jeffersons and known for their quintessential "Very Small Batch" bourbons, represents the quality and integrity only found in handcrafted products. Utilizing indigenous grains – corn, malted barley and rye – as well as the renowned clean, crisp limestone water of Kentucky – bourbon is the true spirit of America.
Jeffersons Ocean showcases the extra maturation and flavours given to whiskey by travelling miles over seas and up rivers on route to market, like when bourbon was first distilled in Kentucky. Jeffersons loaded a number of casks onto a ship that set off at sea, crossing the equator four times, passing five continents and over 30 different ports. Impressive huh? Extra flavour ha…
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An unusual new edition from Jefferson's - their bourbon was finished in French oak Cabernet-Sauvignon barrels from the Groth winery in Napa.
A 100% Rye mash bill from Tuthilltown spirits and the Hudson river based boutique New York City distillery. One of the first in 2005 to bring Whiskey distillation back to the big apple since prohibition and this 92 proof Rye might come in a small package (35cl bottle) but packs a real Rye punch.
Believe it or not Hudson Baby Bourbon is the first legal pot-still whiskey produced in New york since Prohibition. Really? Thuthilltown have done a great job in bringing back a classic bourbon into New York and offering it to the rest of the world to indulge. Baby bourbon is made from 100% corn and aged in baby barrels with a capacity of only 2 gallons! Handcrafted, each of the…
A blend of six-year old bourbon, five-year old rye, and lightly peated eight-year old Scotch, High West Campfire Whiskey is unlike any whiskey you've ever had...
A blend of a 6 year old Bourbon (mashbill from 75% corn, 20% rye, 5% barley malt) and a 10 year old Bourbon (mashbill from 60% corn, 35% rye and 5% barley malt).
A great bourbon this, aged for around 4 years at the Heaven Hill distillery. Looking for a Kentucky Straight bourbon with an approachable character? This is it.
The sweet centred Yellow label from the Four Roses distillery is their entry-level bourbon, a good well-balanced one too! Yellow Label is made up of whiskey aged between 5 and 6 years old. This bourbon has a great diversity of flavour, from honey to toasty oak spices.
Again another quality whiskey from Four Roses. This Bourbon is a small batch, only 4 casks are used in the production of each release. It received 5 stars in 2007 by Spirit Journal. Good flavours from this four roses release, a nice sweet...
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The 2014 Small Batch is here! Following on from the Four Roses 125th Anniversary Edition the previous year, this Limited Edition barrel strength bottling is a steep 55.9%. Another Impressive, highly sought after bourbon from the US.
Winner of the Best Bourbon Whiskey No Age award in The Whisky Magazine this is great single barrel bourbon from the four roses distillery. Bottled at 50% ABV it has a huge character, bundles of fruit, spice and vanilla.
White Lightening moonshine from the Firefly distillery in South Carolina. This is bottled at 100.7 proof, thats 50.35% ABV making it a rather powerful yet palatable slurp.
A Kentucky straight Bourbon distilled at the ever reliable Heaven Hill distillery and for this price point great to see being bottled at 51.5% ABV or 103 proof in America. Made with the traditional mash-bill recipe of corn, rye and barley and aged for 6 years in new American oak.
From the home place of prohibition, FEW Sprits have produced a single malt whiskey in Illinois, USA. A fantastically rich whiskey bottled at 46.5% ABV, that has a very long satisfying finish. The story behind FEW spirits goes back to the city of Evanston in the United States of America, where the distillery is in action today after pulling through the hit from prohibition for m…
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An award-winning rye from the FEW spirits distillery in Evanston, Illinois, USA. A very well balanced and superbly complex rye whiskey bottled at 46.5% ABV (93 Proof). FEW rye won Whisky Advocates Craft Whiskey of The Year in 2013!
Another unique product from the FEW spirits distillery in Illinois, USA. FEW Bourbon is made from a mash made up of 70% corn, 20% Rye and 10% two row malt. The bourbon whiskey was matured in barrels made up of...
A huge selling Bourbon in the good old US of A and aged for 5-7 years from a mashbill of 75% corn, 13% rye and 12% barley. This Kentucky straight Bourbon made at the Heaven Hill distillery has been going strong since being introduced back in 1783! who says America have no history?
The expression that comes with Even Williams 1783 is named after the year the distillery was set up in Kentucky, along the banks of the picturesque Ohio River. Again Even Williams have not dissapointed with this small batch produced Bourbon.
A seriously special bourbon from Heaven Hill, this is Elijah Craig Single Barrel 18 Year Old. The casks used to age this expression were selected by non other than Parker Beam - Master Distiller.
Barrel proof 12-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon from the Elijah Craig brand, this one was bottled at a steep 69.4% abv. Another great outturn from these limited bottlings from the Heaven Hill distillery.
A bourbon that is great value for money from the Buffalo Trace distillery. Eagle Rare 10 year old is a multiple award winning, stunning single barrel bourbon whiskey. We highly recommend the stuff! International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013 - Trophy - Bourbon Whiskey International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013 - Gold Outstanding - Worldwide Whiskey - Bourbon
Named after Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, an icon in bourbons history from the 1800s who owned many distilleries setting out to improve and innovate production methods, which are still used to this day. Made by hand, this Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey has been aged inside century old warehouses constructed by E.H. Taylor, Jr. This bourbon is a true sipping…
After the highly popular bourbon, Bulleit now have a rye on the shelves! Made from a mashbill of 95% rye (which is simply wonderful) and 5% malted barley. A very complex rye from the Bulleit distillery, definite notes of vanilla, tobacco, fruity zests and warming cinnamon spices. San Fransisco worlds Spirit Competition 2013 - Gold Medal - Rye Whiskey
Buffalo Traces White Dog, a syrupy and super smooth palatable texture which drinks very fine on its own. Deliciously sweet with plenty of spiced notes. A great job from The Buffalo Trace distillery.
Blanton's is Buffalo Trace’s connoisseurs brand, and has great appeal to fans of single barrel bourbon. Blanton’s Straight From The Barrel is the prime example of what has made this range so popular: cask strength bourbon. This particular release was drawn from barrel number 53.
The annually sought after Antique Collection from the Buffalo Trace distillery brings you the Geroge T. Stagg. For the 2014 release it has been bottled at a hefty 69.1% ABV. This bottle of bourbon is a highly-collectable item. One Per Customer Only
Named after the year that Kentucky become a state in 1792, Ridgemont Riserve is a kentucky straight bourbon that is very pleasant, spicy and rich. A perfect bourbon to enjoy on ice. Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2014...
A mighty 3 litre bottle of Jack Daniel's old No7 brand for the Australian market (hence the upside down label!) perfect for the bar or for collecting your £1 coins in once you have had your fill of JD & Coke!
The signature single barrel offering from the worlds best selling American Whiskey brand. A 90 proof Jack Daniel's release from a single cask that draws its own distinct flavours from each individual barrel.
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel 100 Proof, translated into good old British, is 50% ABV. So this is a slightly higher strength variant that initially came out for the travel retail sector.
In case you didnt know, Frank Sinatra was a great fan of the drink, Jack Daniels. He always enjoyed and savoured a glass of Jack wherever he travelled. Released in honour of Franks relationship with Jack Daniels, Sinatra Select is a bold yet smooth American Whiskey that everyone can enjoy. It features whiskey aged in specially crafted Sintra barrels, which have deep grooves in…
A new release of Jack Daniels that came out to celebrate 125 years since Mr Jack Daniel opened his Red Dog Saloon in Lynchburg. It's bottled at 43% ABV.
Jack Daniel's popular and collectable Master Distiller Series celebrates those influential people at the helm of the distillery. This was named after James Howard Bedford, who was their master distiller between 1988 and 2008.
The 4th entry in Jack Daniels popular Master Distiller Series has been released in honour of Jess Gamble, who was master distiller for just a couple of years, between 1964 and 1966. This range of bottlings from Jack Daniels celebrates all of the 7 Master Distillers going back through the history of the distillery.
This bottling commemorates the work of Master Distiller Lemuel Tolley, from 1941 to 1964. No.3 in Jack Daniels Master Distiller Series.
The first bottling from the Master Distiller Series by Jack Daniels Commemorates Jack Daniel, potentially the biggest icon in American whiskey distilling. No.2 and No.3 from this series will be bottled in honour of master distillers from the past years at the world famous distillery.
What do you do when you're a platinum-selling recording artist? Well, Drake decided to invest in Virginia Black Whiskey, which uses a vatting of bourbons aged between 2 and 4 years.
Brimming with charming fruit and butterscotch, Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 Year Old has become one of the most iconic whiskeys to come out of America. These bottles are now a rare and collectable whiskey.
This is the Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye Whiskey, part of the legendary Buffalo Trace Antique Collection 2017 edition. It’s named after the man who gave birth to the modern Sazerac cocktail. After phylloxera plagued France’s vineyards, Cognac was hard to come by - so he slipped in some rye whiskey instead. It’s bottled at a big and bold 63.6% ABV...
The second release of West of Kentucky Bourbon from Sonoma County Distilling Co. in California. This time they have used a mash bill featuring 70% Corn 25% wheat and 5% malted barley and aged in a combination of New American oak and Cherrywood oak.
100% rye whiskey made by Sonoma County Distillers in California, USA. Not often you see whiskey made using 100% rye due to the stickiness of the grain. Theyve matured their spirit in new charred American oak barrels which has resulted in mounds of character. Sticky toffee, plenty of oak influence, vanilla and lots of spice thats for sure.
Sonoma County Distilling Company produce the 2nd Chance Wheat by re-using the casks that matured their rye whiskey. The whiskey is distilled twice and uses a mash containing unmalted and malted wheat and a little Rye in the mix too.This is a little sweeter than their other two bottlings.
A tasty pot distilled bourbon from craft distillers Smooth Ambler in West Virginia, USA. They used a mashbill featuring 60% corn, 20% wheat and 20% malted barley, to make this one. Notes of caramel, hard toffee, tobacco and plenty spice.
Smooth Ambler have earned a fine reputation among fans of American whiskey. This particular release is a blend of two Bourbon mashbills from Indiana and Tennessee, one aged in new oak charred casks, the other in rejuvenated re-charred barrels, and is bottled at 49.5% ABV.
The high-proof version of Smooth Ambler's late American Whiskey release has made it across seas. The team in West Virginia have gone all out - it's bottled at 107 proof which can be converted to 53.5% ABV. A big, rich and tasteful bourbon to be enjoyed all year round.
Rye whiskey from the New York Distilling Company using a mashbill containing 72% rye, 16% corn and 12% malted barley. Aged for a minimum of three years, Ragtime is a firm contender for Manhattan cocktails.
Matured in casks that initially held bourbon, Michter's US*1 unblended American whiskey from Louisville, Kentucky. It is made with the highest quality grains before it is aged to absolute perfection and produced in small batches. If youre thinking what the difference between this and bourbon is, for it to be called bourbon it must be matured in new American oak. Meanwhile, this …
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A superb straight rye from the Michter's distillery in Louisville, Kentucky. This whiskey is made using top quality American rye, before it is matured for a minimum of three years in charred white oak. The result is intense and complex spice, more than perfect for your ideal Sazerac cocktail.
Bringing things to another level, Michter's US*1 sour mash whiskey from Louisville, Kentucky. At the Michters distillery they use small amounts of previously fermented mash in their new mash, resulting in a well-developed character in this whiskey. Cinnamon spices are balanced with sweetness, in this small batch whiskey.
Made from a superb quality of American corn, Michters US*1 is a small batch bourbon from Louisville, Kentucky. The whiskey is matured in hand-selected charred white oak barrels, resulting in a rich fruity character with plenty vanilla sweetness. Top notch, this small batch bourbon.
Koval Four Grain Whiskey is made from a mash of oats, malted barley, rye and wheat. Much like Koval Rye Whiskey, the grains are 100% organic and distilled through the Birneckers' still, which was specifically designed to produce whiskey.
"Runner-up for the US Micro Whisky of the Year."
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2017
An organic, gluten-free bourbon from the Koval distillery in Chicago, USA. This has been made using 51% corn and 49% Millet.
Aroma of sweet vanilla, delicate spices and cloves. Notes of soft citrus, apricots, mangos vanilla, caramel and whipped cream. Smooth, semi-sweet finish.
FEW is one of the cult distilleries growing out of the US craft movement, and this is certainly one of the Illinois-based distillers’ more interesting releases. It’s a rye whiskey that clocks in at a bold 60.5% ABV, and is drawn from a single barrel. An excellent whiskey both for mixologists and for those who want to sip neat.
A collaborative from FEW and the rock band The Flaming Lips, which takes its name Brainville Rye from a song off one of their albums. This rye whiskey is made using malted barley, corn, rye and French wine yeast too. 5,000 bottles were produced.