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15 Years Old
Hennessy Very Special VS Cognac
A heavily-peated single malt from Jura Distillery, matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks, Prophecy is a sweet and smoky whisky. Aromas of floral heather, brazil nuts and salty sea air fill the nose, and the palate offers notes of smoky bacon, maple syrup, liquorice and dried fruit. This whisky is named for an island prophecy, predicting the downfall of the Campbell clan, who ruled over the island for many generations. This prophecy stated that the last of the Campbells would leave the island with one eye and all his worldly possessions in a single cart, pulled by a white horse.
Lagavulin brand is the definitive Islay malt, intensely flavoured, smoky and rich. The windswept Isle of Islay instils a strength of character into everything it produces and it is here, nestled in a small bay that our beloved whisky has been made for over 200 years. All of Lagavulin’s distillate is made with heavily peat-smoked malt, giving its products that signature reek and pronounced maritime character. Revered by connoisseurs and experts, Lagavulin is known as “the king of Islay”. It is an 'essential' Scotch Whisky that any connoisseur or enthusiast must have in their collection; one of the world's favourite Malt Whiskies. Lagavulin 16 Years is an Islay single malt skilfully crafted in the rugged Hebridean Isles and bottled at 43% ABV, using a slow distillation speed and pear-shaped pot stills.
The best of Burgundy terroir, based on a selection of grapes. Delicate fruit, beautiful acidity and salty final touch.
A delicious youthful character, the kind of wine you love to wake up your palate.
The London Nº1 is a unique gin. It is all of the components that give The London Nº 1 its singular character - the quality of the ingredients, the distillation method, the colour and the bottle's design. Distilled in small batches in the heart of London, this gin's unique flavour is the result of the quality of the raw ingredients used, as well as its distillation in Pot Stills (traditionally the only stills used for distillation in small quantities).