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Scottish Craft Vodka

Scottish Craft Vodka


Posted By on Oct 31, 2016

Scottish Craft Vodka Just in case you feared that we’re a one trick pony here at Luvians, we do love to dabble in all things alcoholic and awesomely made! So Scottish craft vodka! Still the leading spirits category by a country mile, accounting for nearly a third of all spirits purchases in 2015, it’s crying out for some excitement from the craft producers of Scotland who seem to have been occupied with things all juniper!...

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Mortlach 75 year old, Generations Series by Gordon and MacPhail Laid down in 1939, this whisky has been left to its slumber for 75 years, before being carefully resurrected and bottled in the finest hand blown crystal decanter. Only 100 bottles have been released of this precious liquor, bottled at its natural cask strength of 44.4% ABV. We are very proud to be able to offer this whisky to our customers, and can count ourselves among...

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The Glendronach Revival, 15 year old A firm staff and customer favourite, the opulent sherry bomb “The Revival,” the 15 year old malt produced at Glendronach distillery, will shortly go the way of the Dodo once what stocks are left disappear off the shelves. Thankfully it will be resurrected in a few years time once warehouse stocks recover from the meteoric rise to fame and glory that Glendronach has seen in recent years!...

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Charles Heidsieck, Blancs des Millénaires 1995 Having just returned from a fun day out at the Liberty Wines portfolio tasting in Edinburgh, I had to write up one of the newest wines we have from them. Charles Heidsieck’s warm cosy place in my heart as one of the great champagne producers was just now confirmed by the utterly magnificent Blancs des Millénaires. Big Charlie produces really excellent champagnes, with one of the...

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Highland Park, Ice Edition, 17 year old Following on from the very successful Norse gods trilogy, Highland Park are returning to the fray with another Norse themed release, this one exploring the Nine Realms of the Norse world. The Ice realm of Nilfheim is the first world, the darkest and coldest, lying far to the north and the source of the water for Yggdrasil the World Tree. Launching in April with Ice, a 17 year old whisky styled...

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Bruichladdich Octomore 7.4, Virgin Oak Bruichladdich have been a trend setting and iconic distillery since the grand relaunch back in 2001. Under the banner of Progressive Hebridean Distillers, they set about the industry with carefree abandon while the magical touch of master distiller Jim McEwan worked the black arts of still and cask. Things have become a bit quieter since being bought over by Rémy Cointreau, but the free-wheeling...

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