Samaroli

Arguably the most prestigious independent bottlers of Single Malt Whisky (among other spirits these days) is Italian legends Samaroli. Known for their uncompromising selectivity as well as their ineffably stylish artist labels they are at once classic and iconoclastic; a difficult line to walk in their industry for sure. None of their whiskies are ever produced in runs of more than a few hundred bottles and the single cask releases in particular are rare as it gets.

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Caol Ila (Samaroli) Islay Islay Single Malt Cask No 301632A Bottled 2021 2008 (1x70cl)
Inc. VAT: £320.46
2008

Caol Ila (Samaroli) Islay Islay Single Malt Cask No 301632A Bottled 2021 2008 (1x70cl) The very high quality of ageing vessel gives an elegant interpretation of Caol Ila's classic peat. Medicinal and iodine are the predominant scents that fit well into the whole aromatic structure that supports and accompanies it. Tones of medicinal herbs, vanilla, leather in the background and licorice complete it and make it complex enough to let us fly with imagination. Just 161 bottles filled from a single cask at 45% ABV.
Delivery to Storage from 1 Nov 2021

Scotland 1x70cl 5 - Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £320.46
Glen Garioch (Samaroli) Highland Single Malt Cask No. 1537 2011 (1x70cl)
Inc. VAT: £160.86
2011

Glen Garioch (Samaroli) Highland Single Malt Cask No. 1537 2011 (1x70cl)

Initially this single cask Glen Garioch is restrained, revealing only the most delicate and refined aromatics. Glen Garioch is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, with its origins in 1797 in the Aberdeenshire village of Oldmeldrum. If the heavily sherried styles endemic to Speyside are Cru Classé Bordeaux, then this is 1er Cru Burgundy in its finesse and fine-boned structure. Just 328 bottles filled from Cask 1637 at 45% ABV.


Colour: Bright, polished brass.
Aroma: A fine bourbon-inflected Highland malt with a distant hint of peat. Sandalwood and tobacco smoke, with pear drops and spicy aromas of cinnamon and cardamom.
Taste: Woody, sweet and perfumed on the palate with juicy orchard fruit and a touch of herbal menthol and fennel. The spices continue from the nose with clove and a touch of intriguing mesquite.
Finish: Ineffably balanced and complex with a beautiful flourish of fresh apple and cinnamon on the lengthy finale.
Damaged gift box, dirty with labels and writting on the box 1 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Scotland 1x70cl 1 - Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £160.86
Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Caol Ila (Samaroli) Islay Islay Single Malt Cask No 301632A Bottled 2021 2008 (1x70cl)
In Bond: £258.00
2008

Caol Ila (Samaroli) Islay Islay Single Malt Cask No 301632A Bottled 2021 2008 (1x70cl) The very high quality of ageing vessel gives an elegant interpretation of Caol Ila's classic peat. Medicinal and iodine are the predominant scents that fit well into the whole aromatic structure that supports and accompanies it. Tones of medicinal herbs, vanilla, leather in the background and licorice complete it and make it complex enough to let us fly with imagination. Just 161 bottles filled from a single cask at 45% ABV.
Delivery to Storage from 1 Nov 2021

Scotland 1x70cl 5 - Read Review/Description In Bond: £258.00
Glen Garioch (Samaroli) Highland Single Malt Cask No. 1537 2011 (1x70cl)
In Bond: £125.00
2011

Glen Garioch (Samaroli) Highland Single Malt Cask No. 1537 2011 (1x70cl)

Initially this single cask Glen Garioch is restrained, revealing only the most delicate and refined aromatics. Glen Garioch is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, with its origins in 1797 in the Aberdeenshire village of Oldmeldrum. If the heavily sherried styles endemic to Speyside are Cru Classé Bordeaux, then this is 1er Cru Burgundy in its finesse and fine-boned structure. Just 328 bottles filled from Cask 1637 at 45% ABV.


Colour: Bright, polished brass.
Aroma: A fine bourbon-inflected Highland malt with a distant hint of peat. Sandalwood and tobacco smoke, with pear drops and spicy aromas of cinnamon and cardamom.
Taste: Woody, sweet and perfumed on the palate with juicy orchard fruit and a touch of herbal menthol and fennel. The spices continue from the nose with clove and a touch of intriguing mesquite.
Finish: Ineffably balanced and complex with a beautiful flourish of fresh apple and cinnamon on the lengthy finale.
Damaged gift box, dirty with labels and writting on the box 1 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Scotland 1x70cl 1 - Read Review/Description In Bond: £125.00

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