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.
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 - WINNER - Bourbon - 9 Years and Under
Aged for a minimum of eight years, this bourbon earned a score of 95 points, tying Pappy Van Winkle’s 23 Year Old Bourbon, at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge in 2012.
Help support Malaria No More UK with 1897 Quinine Gin. Over 50% of the profits go towards the cause, providing children with protection from Mosquitos in Africa. Its made using cinchona bark, where quinine is extracted from, to lift the flavour profile of the gin. They also use a cold-distillation of lemon and grapefruit peels, bringing those citrus notes to the forefront.
A fine vintage Armangac from Baron de Lustrac, distilled in 1990 and aged in 420 litre oak barrels. For these releases we see only the finest eaux de vie used for the blending.