While all blended scotch whiskies are made with both malt and grain whiskies, Teacher's is known for its remarkably high malt content of 45%. It is this blend that gives Teacher's its big, rounded character combining flavours of peanut brittle, toffee and liquorice.
Made by marrying the finest malt whiskies, such as Macallan and Highland Park, in fully seasoned oak casks for an unusually long period of time, the result is a smooth whisky that has become one of Scotland's favourites.
Blended using over 40 whiskies, each of which are aged for a minimum of 12 years, this is scotch whisky with renowned complexity and depth. Deep fruity foreground flavours give way to drier peaty nuances, followed by the complimentary tones of sweet vanilla and raisins.
The character of Johnnie Walker Red is defined by intense, spicy, zingy, edgy flavours. It bursts onto the palate with the freshness of spray from a crashing wave, followed by the zing of aromatic spi ces and finally a long, lingering, smoky finish.
Ardbeg Ten Years Old is revered around the world as one of the peatiest, smokiest, most complex single malt of them all. Yet it does not flaunt the peat; rather it gives way to the natural sweetness of the malt to produce a whisky of perfect balance.
The darkest and most intense whisky in the extra-matured range, Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban has spent 10 years maturing in American white oak casks, before being transferred into specially selected ruby port pipes from the Quintas or wine estates of Portugal. Extra maturation in these port pipes develops Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban into a voluptuous spirit with a complex balance of sweet and dry flavours and an intriguing contrast of smooth and crisp, cooling textures.
Matured wholly in air-dried, hand-selected ex-bourbon casks, the 'unashamedly excellent' Old Pulteney 12-years-old is the definitive expression in the Old Pulteney family. Dry, medium bodied and smooth, redolent of honey and cream, faintly salty with a slight spicy note and a sweet long-lasting finish.
For The Glenlivet Founder's Reserve, skilful selection of casks enhances the signature fruity flavours of The Glenlivet with traditional oak casks being complemented by selective use of American first-fill casks to give a hint of creamy sweetness û creating an exceptionally well-balanced and smooth malt. Nose: Delicate aromas of citrus fruit, notably sweet orange along with hints of toffee and almonds. Taste: Sweet, fruit notes of zesty oranges and pears, with notes of toffee apples and hints of sweet spice Well-balanced and exceptionally smooth. Finish: Long, creamy and smooth with toffee light oak
Heavily peated single malt Scotch Whisky, Port Charlotte Scottish Barley is a multi-vintage cuvee crafted from casks hand-piced by the head distiller. Extraordinarily rich with a huge depth of character, with a balance of smouldering heat and finesse.