Speciality Drinks gets serious

14th November, 2011 by Dominic Roskrow

Independent spirits company Speciality Drinks has launched an exciting range of whiskies guaranteed to satisfy even the most serious whisky connoisseurs.

If you want to wow your customers with an outstanding range of stunning whiskies, now’s your chance to do so.

The new selection includes a range of single cask, cask strength Islay whiskies under its Elements of Islay range which are endorsed by me and bear my signature – so I know they’re good! The range includes the inaugural Elements bottling of Kh1, a lively peaty whisky from Kilchoman Distillery as well as an outstanding peated whisky from Bunnahabhain.

Elsewhere the new selection includes some rare whiskies from some ‘hidden gem’ distilleries. They include:

Ardmore 1991, which is a bottling as part of the Single Malts of Scotland range and is lightly peated with a nice slab of fruit.
Glen Garioch 197, which is a distillery bottling and a smokier dram than you would usually get from Glen Garioch and wearing its 40 years well.
Bowmore Masterpieces 1993, the second in the company’s Masterpieces range. It’s a beautifully fruity dram, quite different from a lot of the Bowmores of the era.
Clynelish 1982, bottled for the Single Malts of Scotland range.
Longmorn 18 year old…

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