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.
Glenburgie 14 Year Old 2008 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail) - Nickolls & Perks 225th Anniversary 57% (Bottle - 1/70cl)
Matured in a first-fill sherry hogshead for 14 years, this single cask Glenburgie has been bottled exclusively for the 225th anniversary of Nickolls & Perks. Presented under Gordon & MacPhail's Connoisseur's Choice label at natural cask strength,...
Caol Ila 14 Year Old 2007 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail) - Nickolls & Perks 225th Anniversary 56.3% (Bottle - 1/70cl)
A 2007 vintage Caol Ila bottled for the 225th anniversary of Nickolls & Perks, presented under Gordon & MacPhail's spectacular Connoisseurs Choice label. This Islay single malt was drawn from a refill sherry butt in April 2022 after being matured for over 14 years,...
Smooth Ambler Old Scout 5 Year Old Bourbon (Cask 24174) - Nickolls & Perks Exclusive 59.1% - (Bottle - 1/70cl)
The first bourbon bottled exclusively for Nickolls & Perks, this high rye bourbon from Smooth Ambler in West Virginia was released under their Old Scout label at 59.1% ABV. Barrel #24174 was filled in July 2015, left to mature for at least 5 years...
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.
The second limited edition rye from WhistlePig's FarmStock estate release. A great job from master distiller Dave Pickerell (formerly of Makers Mark) - a 100% rye made up of 32% 2 year old rye, 23% 10 year old Alberta rye and 45% 6 year old rye from Indiana. Notes of orange peel, white chocolate and fresh pear with cinnamon and wild fruits.
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...
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.
A quality single barrel bourbon from Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, awarded a gold medal in the 2014 Jim Murray liquid gold awards. This comes rather wonderfully packaged too, shaped as a pot still. A very well-balanced pot still bourbon whiskey from Willett.
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.
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.
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.