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Taylor?s Fine Ruby a blend of full bodied Port wines aged for around two years in large oak vats in Taylor?s cellars, or ?lodges?, in Vila Nova de Gaia. With its firm tannins and concentrated fruitiness, Fine Ruby is perfect for the classic port-and-cheese combination.
Savour this wine with cheese. Taylor?s Fine Tawny is drawn from wines selected for their smoothness and mellow character. These are aged for up to three years in oak casks in Taylor?s cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, and the individual wines are then blended together a few months before
Late Bottled Vintage, as the name suggests, is bottled later, remaining in wood between four and six years. During this relatively long period of wood ageing, an LBV matures and settles down – it is ready to drink when bottled, does not need to be decanted and can be served
This is a highly distinctive complex, floral gin with an outstanding finish. Guaranteed to please.
Make someone?s day with this well-rounded Scottish whisky. Rich and sweet, this golden spirit is flavoured with handcrafted casks, which give it an okay sherried aroma, and a fruity, full-flavoured taste.
This apple-driven single malt is enjoyed best straight up. Light and smooth, each sip is light and smooth.
This single malt is slightly peppery on the palate, and makes a good tipple for those looking for something without peat.
Those looking for a non-peaty tipple, try this single malt, which is slightly peppery on the palate, and ends in a long and dry finish.
Sit down for a quiet whisky with a bottle of this 21 year old. Each mouthful of this rich spirit is syrupy and nutty, which ends in a sweet and oaky finish.
This 25-year-old single malt is infused with the nutty-spiciness of Oloroso sherry casks. Pour yourself a glass of this spirit, and enjoy the flavour explosion of sherried peels, sultanas, toffee and walnut.
Nose of citrus fruit with zesty orange, pear and toffee apples on the palate and long, creamy smooth finish.
This single malt is a great value for money. It exhibits Glenrothes’ wonderfully spicy house-style, and leaves notes of barley, vanilla and malt on the palate.