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Brotherswater Inn - sample whisky list

At the Brotherswater Inn and in the Barn End Bar we have a wide selection of malt whiskeys and blends. Below are just a few. We inherited over 130 from the previous owner, but thankfully have managed to get shot of the more obscure ones!

10 Year Old

Glenmorangie (Highland) 40%

‘Honeyed sweetness fused with notes of citrus, vanilla and almonds, making it delicate, alluring and very complex.’

Ardbeg (Islay) 46%

‘Non Chill-filtered retaining maximum flavour giving more body and depth. Full bodied and smoky.’

Tobermory (Isle of Mull, Western Highlands) 40%

‘Medium dry, smooth and fruity with a lightly peated smoky nose.’

Aberlour (Highland) 40%

‘Rich, smooth mellow flavour marrying aromas of autumn fruits with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg.’

Bushmills (Ireland) 40%

‘Smooth and approachable, with honey vanilla and chocolate notes balanced by toasted wood and ripe fruit.’

Laphroaig (Islay) 40%

‘Huge smoke, seaweedy, "medicinal", with a hint of sweetness.’

Jura (Jura, Western Isles) 40%

‘Warming gentle oak, notes of honey and caramel, soft liquorice and roasted coffee beans.’

Talisker (Skye, Western Isles) 45.8%

‘Powerful peat-smoke with sea-water saltiness, a rich dried-fruit sweetness and strong barley-malt flavours, warming and intense. Huge, long, warming peppery finish with an appetising sweetness.

Superstition (Jura, Western Isles)

‘Crafted from a selection of the finest aged Jura single malt whiskies, tastes of spice, honey, pine and peat with a whisper of smoke.’

12 Year Old

Knockando (Speyside) 43%

‘Delicate with a distinctive fresh almond note, subtle, fruity single malt.’

Aberfeldy (Highland) 40%

‘Heather honey nose, full body and rounded taste. The finish is dry and elegant, with pronounced spicy characteristics and a hint of Seville oranges.

Glenkinchie (Lowland) 43%

‘Fresh and light in character, with notes of lemon and cut grass, a sweet nose and a hint of peat.’

Bruichladdich (Islay) 46%

‘Flavors of warm vanilla, mellow oak and soft exotic fruits.’

Auchentoshan (Lowland) 40%

‘Toasted almonds, caramelised toffee with a smooth delicate taste.’

Bowmore (Islay) 40%

‘Subtle notes of lemon and honey with dark chocolate and peat smoke.’

Singleton (Speyside) 40%

‘Vanilla, almonds with nutty oil, orange peel and dry cookies with a bitter finish.’

Cragganmore (Speyside) 40%

‘Elegant and sophisticated with a complex aroma, astonishingly fragrant with sweetish notes and a smoky finish.’

Highland Park (Western Isles) 40%

‘Heather-honey sweetness, peaty smokiness, rounded smoky sweetness with a full malt delivery.’

‘A uniquely smooth, balanced single malt with a rich full flavour and a gentle smoky finish.’

Old Pulteney (Highland) 40%

‘Dry, medium bodied and smooth with a clean finish, faintly salty with a slight sherry note.’

The Balvenie DoubleWood (Highland) 40%

‘Warming layers of vanilla with fruity and honeyed depths.’

The Glenlivet (Highland) 40%

‘Gentle aromas of summer meadows and tropical fruits with fresh floral flavours and notes of vanilla.’

Glen Ord (Highland) 43%

‘An exuberantly spicy malt, with plenty of sherry influence.’

Yamazaki (Japan) 43%

‘With persimmon, honey, clove, candied orange, peach and vanilla, a spiced wood, coconut, cranberry and butter palate and a sweet woodsy long finish.’

The Dalmore (Highland) 40%

‘A balance of American white oak and Oloroso sherry wood, delivers a vibrant expression; robust yet elegant with an aftertaste of brilliant complexity.’

Bunnahabhain (Islay) 46.3%

‘The taste starts with a light fruit and nut appeal that leads to a spectacular malty sweetness, finishing into a beautifully rich full-bodied, lingering experience.’

14 Year Old

Oban (West Highland) 43%

‘Full-blooded fruity malt with a whiff of heather and more than a hint of smoke.’

Inchgower (Speyside) 43%

‘A complex aroma precedes a fruity, spicy taste with a hint of salt.’

15 Year Old

Dalwhinnie (Highland) 43%

‘Elegant, smooth and medium-bodied with a light, fruity palate and a whiff of heather on the finish.’

The Balvenie Single Barrel (Highland) 47.8%

‘The higher alcohol content gives the malt a bit of extra muscle, rich and fruity with a mellow hint of vanilla.’

16 year old

Lagavulin (Islay) 43%

‘Smoky but not too peaty, undertones of charcoal, brine and a lovely sweetness. Dry finish.’

Glenfarclas 105 (Speyside) 60%

‘Sweet, rich and spicy, a large sherry influence, smoke and toasty notes.’


Monkey Shoulder (Highland) 40%

‘Blended from 3 of Speysides single malts using batches of just 27 casks for a smooth, rich taste.’

Chivas Regal 12 y old 40%

‘Sweet, smooth with a woody aftertaste.’

Johnnie Walker Black Label 40%

‘Great depth of flavour, smooth and well balanced.’

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