Tasting Notes Its deep, amber hue radiates with orange, chocolate, and cedar.
Tasting Notes Full, rich, syrupy sherry brimming with spicy citrus and raisins.
Tasting Notes Slightly smoky, sweet caramel. Worth Knowing This is bottled from a single barrel, so there will be very subtle differences in sweetness and oakiness from batch to batch.
Tasting Notes Spiced cedar, apples, and honey.
Tasting Notes Distinct cucumbers, plus rose petals and citrus peels. Worth Knowing A gin for people who don’t like gin. No juniper here; don’t even add vermouth.
Tasting Notes Apples, almonds, and rich vanilla, with a seductive herbaceous sweetness in the finish.
Tasting Notes A full-bodied blend bursting with toffee, heather, and vanilla.
Tasting Notes Curry, lime, tarragon, and lots of smoke. Worth Knowing The smokiest of all Islay single malts, Ardbeg means “small headland” in Gaelic.
Tasting Notes Hints of pear on the front palate are subtle, while the finish is creamy.