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Title : Boyka: Undisputed IV
Director : Todor Chapkanov.
Writer : Tony Mosher, David N. White.
Release : 2017-01-15
Language : English.
Runtime : 73 min.
Genre : Drama.
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Extemely Rare 60yo Glen Grant 1952 up for Auction

An exceptional range of fine wines, whiskies and select spirits will be on offer from 10am on 12th October 2016 at Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions’ London base, Bloomsbury House.

Of particular note is lot 105, a very rare bottle of Glen Grant from 1952, commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Contained within a Glencairn decanter and stoppered with a Swarovski crystal this utterly exceptional single malt whisky is housed within a box made from a Scottish Elm, felled at Holyrood House, and nestled in its own Harris Tweed bag. It carries an estimate of £8,000-£9,000.

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Glen Grant 1952 60 year old Diamond Jubilee
An exceptionally rare bottle commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

Matured in first fill sherry casks and bottled in a silver engraved Glencairn Crystal Decanter

Topped with both a sterling silver and Swarovski Crystal stopper

Contained within a box made of Scottish Elm felled a short distance from Holyrood House

Complete with Harris Tweed jacket and accessories kit

One of only 85 ever released

42.3% 70cl

Check it out here: <a href="http://www.bloomsburyauctions prix de viagra.com/cms/pages/lot/13984/105″>http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/13984/105

 

Bloomsbury House, 24 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PP

– Wednesday 12th October 2016, 10am

Alongside this exceptional lot are two bottles of iconic A.H. Hirsch 16 year old Reserve Whiskey (Lot 18& 19, est. £900 £1,100). Distilled in 1974, and no longer produced, the popularity and quality was such that it evolved in a ‘viral’ fashion to its current status as a Bourbon icon.

London Cocktail Week and Woodford Reserve

SIX BARS. THREE NIGHTS. ONE LOCATION. ONE BOURBON.

Thats the pitch by drink up London, a London focused cocktail, wine and whisky site.

Warning: If you are not in London, or can’t get here, and you don’t care about what things are going on, you might want to skip this one.

I’m not a huge event goer, but recently I’ve been feeling a little less grumpy recently, and a little more willing to engage with “People”, so i’ve been going out a bit more these days.

The first reason I’m posting this event here is because the Tuesday night features probably my favourite bar on earth Night Jar. The second reason is because I’ve not had a lot of experience with Woodford Reserve and its an opportunity to try their whisky with an experienced ‘master class’ (i have no idea why a short intro is called a master class BTW – its must be because the guy leading it is a master?) leader.

Anyway, here is the info about whats going on right from the horses mouth.

Each evening Woodford Reserve will partner with two leading bars, one from London and one international, combining the best-loved elements of each bar in one venue. Compare the pencil portraits and modern cocktails of New York’s Suffolk Arms with the wooden panelling and punch style drinks of London’s award winning The Punch Room … And that’s just Wednesday evening. Each night the dressing, experience, staff and bar menu will change, with the drinks list including two of each bar’s most iconic Woodford Reserve drinks. Light bites, based on the bars’ menus, will be served,whilst specially curated music playlists from the bars run through the evening.

On Tuesday consumers will be treated to a partnership between London’s epochal hidden away speakeasy, Nightjar and Stockholm’s New Orleans-inspired Little Quarter. Wednesday will host TimeOut’s ‘Bar of the Year’ 2016, The Punch Room, with New York’s Lower East Side cocktail bar, inspired by the typical British pub, The Suffolk Arms. Finally, Thursday will pair the quirky and experimental Peg + Patriot, with the rich history of Amsterdam’s finest offering, The Tailor.

The events will take place at the White Rabbit Studios, 471-473, The Arches, Dereham Place, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3HJ on Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th October from 5pm.

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Other events

During LCW, there are a Tonne of awesome events going on, if you like going out doors and chatting to people about drinks, or whatever, then it 100% worth a look.

Here is  link to some of the other stuff going on at LCW:  https://drinkup.london/cocktailweek/events/

Whisky Weekend Update: New Releases Every Friday

 
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Yoichi Single Malt

Release: September 2016
Price: $80
Proof: 90
Availability: Widely available
Style: Japanese single malt

Need to know: This single malt includes heavily peated malt aged in new American oak, sherry casks and a variety of other casks from the Nikka cooperages.

Whisky Advocate says: Hailing from Yoichi distillery on the northernmost island of Hokkaido, where founding father of Japanese whisky Masataka Taketsuru opened his first distillery in 1934, these malts typically show sea influence. This non-age statement replaces the now depleted Yoichi 10, 12, 15 and 20.

nikkaMiyagikyo Single Malt

Release: September 2016
Price: $80
Proof: 90
Availability: Widely available
Style: Japanese single malt

Need to know: This malt comes aged in new American oak, bourbon barrels and sherry casks, which are said to contribute the dominant flavor.

Whisky Advocate says: Another non-age statement from Nikka, this looks like the near term future for Japanese whisky, which has seen age statement releases decimated in Japan, by both the Japanese and Asian tourists, and become subject to flipping and profiteering in the U.S.

 SPECIAL: Loch Lomond Group Portfolio arrives in the U.S.

 

lmLittlemill 25 year old

Release: September 2016
Price: $3,000
Proof: 100.8
Availability: 250 bottles
Style: Single malt scotch

Need to know: This very rare expression from the silent Lowland distillery includes peat from Stornoway and Perthshire. It was matured in a combination of American and European oak casks, then married together in first-fill Oloroso sherry casks.

Whisky Advocate says: Littlemill closed its doors in 1994 and owners Loch Lomond have been releasing some of the mature stocks every year. Despite the seemingly high price, these collectible malts are in high demand. Of the original numbered 1,500 bottle run, only 250 were destined for the U.S. and less than 200 bottles remain, making this the most rare and limited of Loch Lomond’s U.S. whisky portfolio debut.

 

<img class="size-medium wp-image-22821 alignleft" src="http://whiskyadvocate faut il une ordonnance pour viagra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/grain-172×300.png” sizes=”(max-width: 172px) 100vw, 172px” srcset=”http://whiskyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/grain-172×300.png 172w, http://whiskyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/grain.png 418w” alt=”grain” width=”172″ height=”300″ />Loch Lomond Single Grain

Release: September 2016
Price: $25.50
Proof: 86
Availability: Widely available
Style: Grain whisky

Need to know: One of the more unusual offerings arriving from Loch Lomond, this whisky is crafted in a coffey still, not a pot still. Both grain and malt whiskies from Loch Lomond combine in the blended Loch Lomond Reserve ($31) and High Commissioner ($16).

Whisky Advocate says: Single grain whisky isn’t the rarity it once was. With Greenore from Ireland, Coffey Grain from Japan’s Nikka, and occasional single grain Scotch coming from Compass Box and other bottlers, there is lots to explore in grain whisky! You’ll find reviews of these unusual whiskies and more in the Whisky Advocate Buying Guide. Subscribe now.

ll18Loch Lomond 18 year old

Release: September 2016
Price: $99
Proof: 86
Availability: Widely available
Style: Single malt Scotch

Need to know: Generally classified as a Highland distillery, Loch Lomond is centrally located in the southernmost part, bordering the Lowlands of Scotland. The distillery is unusually self sufficient, producing a variety of distillates and even housing its own cooperage.

Whisky Advocate says: Other expressions include a non-age statement Loch Lomond Original ($28) and Loch Lomond 12 year old ($55)

victGlen Scotia Victoriana

Release: September 2016
Price: $91
Proof: 103
Availability: Widely available
Style: Single malt Scotch

Need to know: This bottling celebrates the heyday of Campeltown, the Victorian era, when the island was the whisky capital of the world. Today, just three distilleries continue production here. Victoriana is non-chill filtered and finished in heavily charred casks.

Whisky Advocate says: Other expressions include a Glen Scotia Double Cask ($54), with additional aging in Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks, and Glen Scotia 15 year old ($66).

madeiraInchmurrin Madeira Wood Finish

Release: September 2016
Price: $68
Proof: 92
Availability: Widely available
Style: Single malt Scotch

Need to know: Inchmurrin malts are also produced at the Loch Lomond distillery, which makes a surprising array of malt and grain whiskies utilizing a pair of standard pot stills, three pairs of unique pot stills with rectifying heads together and a continuous still. For this expression whisky from American Oak Casks is married for additional maturation in casks that previously held madeira wine.

2016 Buffalo Trace Antique Collection: Picks and Pans

If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, you know that I offered my initial thoughts on each whiskey upon my first taste of them. Since then, I’ve tasted each one a few more times, including tasting each one side by side with its 2015 counterpart, and I have some additional thoughts to offer. Here is my general impression of each whiskey, and the overall Collection, after going through this exercise. You can use it as a guide when determining which whiskey you might want to track down and purchase. (A formal review, with detailed tasting notes and ratings, will appear in the winter issue of Whisky Advocate. Subscribe now.)

Sazerac Rye 18 year old, 45%, $90

This release of Sazerac 18 year old is a distinctly separate whiskey, after several years of the same whiskey that had been stored in stainless steel tanks to prevent further aging. The new release doesn’t have as much of the rye zing as previous releases—especially on the finish—which will most likely disappoint those hoping for a repeat performance. Still, the new release is richer and sweeter than previous releases, which I find attractive. It’s also softer and gentler. If I had to choose between the new version and previous (tanked) releases, I’d pick the previous ones because of the well-defined rye notes. (There’s a reason why I chose the 2014 release as our Whisky of the Year.) But I still like the new release.

Eagle Rare 17 year old, 45%, $90

This whiskey is often overlooked by enthusiasts because it’s not as high in alcohol as most of its siblings. I like 2016 a little better than last year’s release, which I felt brandished more oak on the finish than needed. The new release is well rounded and subtly complex. It’s the sleeper in this year’s Collection. I really enjoy it.<img class="size-medium wp-image-22742 alignleft" src="http://whiskyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/BTAntique-300×278.jpg" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" srcset="http://whiskyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/BTAntique-300×278 viagra en pharmacie vente.jpg 300w, http://whiskyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/BTAntique-768×711.jpg 768w, http://whiskyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/BTAntique-1024×947.jpg 1024w” alt=”btantique” width=”300″ height=”278″ />

William Larue Weller, 67.7%, $90

Distilled in 2003. Weller is the “wheated” bourbon in the Collection, with wheat replacing the rye found in most other bourbons. It’s a great representation, too. Like last year’s release, this is an easy-drinking, soothing whiskey, with a gentle demeanor. A very good 12 year old cask strength wheated bourbon. Perhaps even better than last year’s offering, which I really liked.


Thomas H. Handy Rye, 63.1%, $90

Distilled in 2010, this is the youngest whiskey in the Collection, and younger than last year’s release. I feel its youth is a slight liability, as it comes across a bit green and harsh, even for a Handy. It’s not overly complex either. While enjoyable, this is one of the weaker years for Handy.

George T. Stagg, 72.05%, $90

Distilled in 2001. This year’s Stagg is a departure from recent releases, which were complex and nicely balanced. It’s more aggressive, with tannins and oak dominating, and lacking the body and sweetness to balance it. It’s my least favorite of this year’s offerings and, quite frankly, disappointing.

Overall, I would have to say that the 2016 Antique Collection is not as good as recent years, but there are still bright spots in the Collection. If I were tracking down a bottle to purchase, I would focus on Weller, Sazerac, and Eagle Rare.

Whisky Weekend Update: New Releases Every Friday

 
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Kilchomen Impex Cask Evolution 03/2016

Release: September 2016
Price: $140
Proof: 113 traitement viagra naturel.6
Availability: 249 bottles
Style: Single malt Scotch

Need to know: The third in the series, this single barrel identified as cask #256/2011 was hand selected and bottled at cask strength. Following aging in a bourbon barrel, it was finished in a Pedro Ximénez sherry cask.

Whisky Advocate says: Despite their relative youth, Kilchoman whiskies have shown incredibly well in our Buying Guide tastings—often scoring 90 points and above! There is no age statement here, but we love the full transparency, distillation date of May 27, 2011, and a bottling date of July 8, 2016.

 

ofcBuffalo Trace OFC

Release: November 1
Price: Varies
Proof: 113.6
Availability: 200 bottles
Style: Bourbon

Need to know: Three unique vintage-dated bourbons honoring the National Historic Landmark’s original name – the O.F.C. Distillery are being made available free of charge for auction by eligible charities. The first release is comprised of only 200 bottles; 100 bottles from the year 1980, 50 bottles from 1982, and 50 bottles from 1983.

Whisky Advocate says: Buffalo Trace continues an admirable record of charitable giving with this release! According to the distillery, the O.F.C. series will be ongoing, and while the first of these rare whiskeys will not be available outside of charitable auction, later vintages will be released to the overall market beginning in spring 2017. Those interested in obtaining these first rare releases can check the Buffalo Trace website starting in November for a list of non-profit organizations who received bottles.

 

clyde_mays_straight_bourbon_whiskeyClyde May’s 5-year

Release: September 2016
Price: $40
Proof: 92
Availability: Widely available
Style: Bourbon

Need to know: This non-chill filtered straight bourbon is matured in heavily charred new American oak barrels.

clyde_mays_cask_strength_117_bottleClyde May’s 8-year Cask Strength

Release: October 2016
Price: $90
Proof: 117
Availability: 3,000 bottles
Style: Bourbon

Need to know: This is the first limited-edition Clyde May’s and joins the 5-year and two existing Clyde May’s — 85-proof Whiskey and 110-proof Special Reserve, introduced in 2015 .

Whisky Advocate says: According to their website, Clyde May’s hallmark is the addition of oven-dried apples to the barrels, a technique they refer to as Alabama Style and claim provides a special smoothness to the whiskeys. This bottling is finished with natural apple essence in the Clyde May’s style, while the 92 proof Straight Bourbon (above) stands alone, unadultered by chill-filtering or apple influence.