Did you know Both the “Whisky” and “Whiskey” words are correct. Whiskey is specific to Irish, and Whisky is Scotch.“Whiskey” is a Gaelic word which means “water of life.” Vinologie has an extensive and eclectic whisk(e)y range. Just take a look at our range below.
Very sensual, disarmingly sleek and creamy. Black cherry and sweet spices, some cereal notes.
Nose: Sweet and creamy, with lots of cereal notes, some vanilla, dried fruits, citrus and apple crumble. Palate: A gentle, creamy whisky, which develops a great deal of richness. Notes of Christmas spices, lemon, buttery apple crumble, Bakewell tart,
Excellent blend. Big depth of flavor: from cinnamon and Christmas cake, fresh highland fruitiness and a big ever present peaty punch.
Tart fruit, red apples, tannic, honey, tiny hint of Christmas spice.
Nose: Peat, marked salinity, leans to Caol Ila in style, something medicinal. Sweet and fruity, grainy. Palate: Peat, oak. Botanicals, floral, coppery, sweet, smoky bacon, hint of papaya. Finish: A lingering sweetness, more peat, floral: roses and vi
Gingernut biscuits, toffee spices, herbal, vanilla, very rich and peppery.
Nose: Ripe blood orange and toasted vanilla pod. A few hints of fresh malt in the background. Palate: Sponge cake, chocolate chip and raisin cookies, almond. Finish: Dried cherry, cinnamon and menthol.
Banana chips showing through on the palate, this time there's a creamy hit of barley malt too, pepped up with a little allspice. Notes of ground walnut and caramel.
Balanced, biscuit-laden palate with a core of thick, creamy malt. Just a hint of spice and the vaguest whisper of smoke really bring a great deal of complexity.
Quite smooth and soft with notes of banana milkshake, a mixed nut note, a touch of caramel with crème anglaise.
Thick and full on the palate, with an intense, unctuous creaminess, alongside dates, walnuts and peels. Good peach and coconut notes, and a little cinnamon.
Orchard fruits, great mouthfeel but the vanilla cream is less prominent, it's more fragrant (hoppy?) and floral on the palate with a touch of bitterness.
Good body with notes of toasty oak and all the requisite notes of vanilla and crème anglaise, a little spice and pepper with an acetone note.
Rich and full with notes of wood smoke and dry spice, hints of barley and cereal with creamy toffee and a distinct herbal note.
Smooth and succulent with a honeyed sweetness that's typical of Johnnie Walker. There's more to this though, the floral elements are quite prominent and there's a spiced sweet vanilla note too.
Rich and full. There are notes of rye and spice, barley malt, a little nut oil with butterscotch and vanilla.
Exhaling honey, citrus and spicy cloves. Sherried and full like fruitcake, then dabs of rich dark chocolate and a soothing, mouth-coating finish.
Abounding in heather honey, creamy macadamia nuts and chewy beeswax. Plush with dried fruits, toasted coconut, silky oak and a wee trace of smoke.
Hugely complex, rich with layers of flavour and a whiff of smoke in the finish.
The bourbon casks bring vanilla, toffee and fudge notes to the fore, and the sherry casks provide richness and complexity.