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.
The first core range release from The Glasgow Distiling Co., the 1770 signature has been matured in ex-bourbon casks and finished in American virgin oak. This a young and fresh single malt offering a classic lowland style. Both a 1770 triple distilled and peated version are set to follow next.
The 92 proof or 46% abv version of the James E Pepper 1776 straight Rye is the level entry offering that is still a high Rye mash bill that is a great introduction to the delight of the drier and spicy style of American Whiskey, be sure to try the 57.3%/114.6 proof version too.
A high Rye mash bill (90% Rye) offering from the James E Pepper 1776 brand that packs a big punch at 57.3% abv or 114.6 proof if you are in America.Lots of wood char, toasted Rye and aromatic spices going on here.
A brilliant bourbon from the Barton 1792 distillery, aged for a minimum of four years and bottled in bond at 100 proof (50% ABV). Notes of caramelised vanilla tart, cinnamon and a subtle rye spice from this whiskey's relatively high rye content.
Crowned World Whisky of the Year in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2020, 1792 Full Proof is a big, weighty and delicious bourbon. Bottled at 62.5% ABV, this allows no barriers when it comes to expressing all this whiskey's flavour.
Barton 1792 (which has been going since 1874) gets the name from the year that Kentucky became an official US state. It’s also the name of their signature single barrel bourbon whiskies. A favourite among fans of US whiskies, this is bottled at 49.3% ABV.
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 single malt Glen Grant distilled way back in 1948 and bottled at 58 years old in 2006 by the very well respected independent bottler Gordon & Macphail who were the semi official bottler for the likes of Glen Grant and Macallan back in the day and holds up very well to long ageing in Sherry wood.
An Italian import bottling of Macallan distilled way back in 1952 and bottled at 80 Proof by Campbell, Hope and King, Elgin. Imported by Filli Rinaldi, Bologna. The bottle label displays both Imperial and Metric volume measurements, suggesting this bottling is from circa 1970's.
Drawn from a set of two American oak bourbon hogsheads, filled way back in 1961, this is something quite remarkable - Bowmore single malt Scotch whisky aged for half a century in the famous No.1 vaults. The hand-blown bottle is the work of Glasstorm, which is housed within a hand-crafted cabinet made with the craftsmanship of Peter Toaig. To finish things off, they had Thomas F…
A curious single grain Whisky from the lost distillery of Lochside which was demolished in 1997 and was situated in the town of Moffat in the Highlands. One of the few distilleries that produced both grain and malt Whisky and there is even a very rare "Single blend" from this distillery. This was distilled way back in 1963 and bottled at 42 years old under the Clan Denny range.