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Caol Ila 12 Year Old - Clynelish 14 Year Old - Talisker 10 Year Old
 44.9%   |    3x20cl

The sting of seaspray, the tarry rope, the spice, the kippers for breakfast, the comforting reek of peat. Treat yourself to three of our finest coastal malt whiskies – perfect hip flask fuel for a walk down the shore.

The sting of seaspray, the tarry rope, the spice, the kippers for breakfast, the comforting reek of peat. Treat yourself to three of our finest coastal malt whiskies – perfect hip flask fuel for a walk down the shore.

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The Caol lla distillery

The Caol lla distillery

For more than 100 years small coal-fired “puffers” like the SS Pibroch brought barley, coal and empty casks to the distillery, returning her whisky to the mainland through the Sound of Islay. Today, Caol Ila’s secret bay is only known to true Islay devotees. The barley used here is still malted locally at Port Ellen and pure spring water still rises from limestone in nearby Loch nam Ban, then falls to the sea at Caol Ila in a clear crystal stream, just as it always has.

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The Clynelish distillery

The Clynelish distillery

The distillery we know today is the new Clynelish, and began production in 1969. It’s across the road from the old, original Clynelish, which was built by the Marquess of Stafford in 1819, providing a market for barley grown by his tenants. This closed in 1968 to make room for the larger, more modern neighbour… only to be reborn as Brora – a peated malt – which thrived until the early 80s. Brora, the Marquis and his tenants have all gone, but the barley that makes Clynelish is still malted in the Northern Highlands and water is still piped down from the Clynemilton Burn to the distillery.

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The spirit of a wild island

From the shores of windswept Skye.

Sitting amongst the Inner Hebridean Scottish Isles, Skye is rugged, windswept, a place of extremes. The only whisky on Skye, Talisker captures the spirit of its island home perfectly. Bursting with the famous smokiness, the surprising subtle notes of black pepper, and yet rounded with a smooth finish, Talisker is a delicious contradiction.

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