Thursday, October 26, 2023

Whiskey Dave's Weekend Flight



Small Batch Blended Scotch Whisky from Independent bottler Murray McDavid
At the (IN)Famous Bar in Clayton
Inside The Wine and Cheese Place
Friday 10/27 3pm-6:30pm Saturday 10/28 Noon-6:30pm
Forsyth location only

Taste the three malts below for a measly $10!

Murray McDavid The Vatting Peatside 6 Year Old...$56.99
Non Chill Filtered
46% ABV
Bottled from 6 Casks, Limited Release 2266 bottles
The serendipity of blending gives rise to wonderful creations. Peatside is a vatting of single malts from unexpected origins, matured in American oak followed by freshly emptied Port and PX casks. This combination showcases the flavours shining from the barrels collected from around Europe.
Peatside is a 'tea-spooned malt', 99.9% of one single malt blended with just a tiny drop of another.
Murray McDavid Righ Seumas II Scotch 2008...$79.99 / 700ml
Limited Release 
Bottled from three casks
Region: Islay, Spey, High, Low
Wood: Bourbon, wine, Sherry
Finish: Sherry hogsheads
This powerful blend, inspired by Jim McEwan, is the spirit of Bruichladdich, along with older malts from Auchentoshan, Tobermory, Arran, and Old Rhosdhu.These were matured in Bordeaux red wine barriques, blended with grain whisky, before resting in Sherry hogsheads. The arts of maturation and blending at their very best.
70% Single Malt and 30% grain whisky
Murray McDavid Half and Half 11 Year Old Blended Scotch...$64.99 / 700ml
Bottled from three casks.
Region: Speyside & Lowland
Wood: Bourbon hogshead
Finish: 1st fill Beer hogsheadAn homage to a classic combination, a tradition born in the bars of Glasgow, the ‘half n half’ is a half pint of beer with a Scotch whisky. Our half ‘n’ half is a blend of 50% single malt from four Speyside distilleries and 50% sweet Lowland single grain whisky. This coming together creates a dram that goes down perfectly with a nice, cool beer.For its final year of maturation, we have finished the Half ‘n’ Half in hogsheads previously used to mature a hoppy beer from our friends at the MOOR Beer Co. in Bristol. This light and gentle blended whisky has developed into a very quaffable dram, one which we invite you to enjoy with your favourite beer.

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