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Single Malt Connoisseurs Club


Members of our buyers' club share an enthusiasm for the malt elixir in the most practical way, by saving time and money. No initiation or fees of any sort are charged. We simply ask that you undertake to remain in the club for the period of one year. As a club member you will receive a carefully selected, often unique bottling, complete with background information, shipped directly to your home or office every quarter. (January, April,July, October) The Single Malt Connoisseurs' Club, has a limit of $94.99, per shipment usually less, on the cost of the bottle itself. (Does not include tax and or shipping)

Here are some of or past club offerings:

Imperial 19 Year Old Signatory Bottling Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The nose of this cask strength Highland is bright and pretty with aromas of honey, heather, dried orchard fruits, sweetened oats and raw brazil nuts. The palate has good weight and texture with ginger cookies, orchard fruits, cream soda and a savory quality give way to honey and light spice on the finish. 

Tomintoul 10 Year old Exclusive Malts Bottling

The nose is quite rich, with honey drizzled tropical fruits,fresh cereal grains. The palate follows the same with richer tones, honey, grains,cedar. Water brings out more grain tones,honey and brings down the richness a little. 

Tormore 13 Year Gordon & MacPhails Bottling

A fit-ting accompaniment to your spring and summer. Distilled in 2000, this whisky was transferred to G&M’s warehouses where it was aged in ex-Bourbon barrels, exiting at a cask strength of 58.4% on September 5, 2013. Aromas tend toward the pretty side with grain, vanilla, honey, chili spice, and citrus zest aromas emerging with water. The palate is high toned with flavors tend-ing towards honey, lime meringue, pears, and tropical fruits with a salt and chili pepper medley on the finish

Tobermory 19 year Alexander Murray

Ian MacMillan can speak to 40 years in the Scotch Whisky industry, of which the last 22 years havebeen at the helm of Tobermory/ Ledaig. Using malted barleys from Port Ellen in the Southeast of Islay,Ian and his team craft two distinct styles of whisky. Tobermory today is used to describe the unpeatedofferings while the original distillery name, Ledaig, is used for their peated offerings.The nose of this 19 year old Tobermory has a distinct saline note that harkens to it’s origin as a islandScotch. The nose shows additional notes of malted chocolate, honey, and a clean cereal note. The palateshows clean chocolate malt notes with caramel, low peat and a orange peel note on the finish.