Orphan Barrel Muckety Muck 26 Year Old $299.99
Although Port Dundas Distillery closed its doors in 2010, there are select, rare remaining stocks that allow a glimpse into the glorious past of one of Scotland’s most respected and historic distilleries. Muckety-Muck is one of those rare single grain Scotches, now releasing the 26-year old following the smashing success of the 24 yr and 25 yr release.
Orphan Barrel Muckety Muck 25 Year Old $499.99
Limit 1 Per Customer The Port Dundas Distillery was established in 1810 and gave the world two centuries of exceptional whisky. There are rare remaining stocks that provide a glimpse into the past of one of Scotland's most respected distilleries. This 25 year old whisky is one of those rare remaining stocks and is the second release in the Muckety-Muck series. The aroma starts with a burst of caramel and baked sugar backed by hints of fruit and hazelnut. On the palate, butterscotch vanilla combines with notes of toasted oak and a light fruity taste to carry through the finish.
Orphan Barrel Muckety Muck 24 Year Scotch Whisky 750ML $399.99
Set Beside The Canal On A Hill Overlooking The Vibrant City Of Glasgow, The Port Dundas Distillery Was A Prominent Local Landmark Established In 1810, Which Gave The World Two Centuries Of Exceptional Whisky. Although Port Dundas Closed Its Doors In 2010, There Are Select, Rare Remaining Stocks That Allow A Glimpse Into The Glorious Past Of One Of Scotland's Most Respected And Historic Distilleries. Muckety-Muck Is One Of Those Rare Single Grain Scotches Boasting 24 Years Of Aging And Is The First Single Grain Scotch For The Orphan Barrel Whiskey Co. Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/alcohol
Orphan Barrel Forager's Keep $599.99
Perhaps The Shortest Lived Of All Speyside Distilleries, Pittyvaich Was Built In 1975 As A Partner For Nearby Dufftown And Operated For Just 18 Years Before Being Retired In 1993. This Rare 26 Year Old Limited Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky Has Lived Longer Than The Distillery From Which It Came And Is The First Of Its Kind For The Orphan Barrel Whiskey Co. Aromas Of Fruit And Freshly Cut, Crisp Red Apple Give Way To A Gentle Vanilla Creaminess Sheltering Dense, But Distant Orange Peel For A Mellow, Warming Taste With A Hint Of Wood Spices And A Sweet Finish Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/alcohol
Orphan Barrel Rhetoric 25 Year $399.99
This Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Is A Purposeful Illustration Of How Barrel Maturation Imparts A Lasting Impression On A Whiskey Year After Year. Our Sixth Release, This 25 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey Has An Aroma Rich In Oak And Vanilla Notes With Hints Of Dried Fruit, Cherries And Allspice. Oaky Notes With Nutmeg, Caramel, And Cocoa Give Way To A Warm And Slightly Spicy Finish. Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/alcohol
Orphan Barrel Rhetoric 22 Year Old $229.99
Rhetoric 22-Year-Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Is The Eighth Release From The Orphan Barrel Whiskey Distilling Company And The Third In The Rhetoric Series Of Progressively Aged Whiskeys. Aged Two Years Longer Than The First Release, It Is Slightly More Mature And Carries A Higher Proof. The Whiskey Will Continue To Be Progressively Aged And Re-Released Annually At A Year Older, Allowing Whiskey Aficionados To Collect The Series And Compare The Whiskeys Side-By-Side. Beginning With Hints Of Toasted Grains, Cherries And Oak Wood, Rhetoric 22-Year-Old Tastes Of Toasted Oak, Dark Chocolate With Ripe Banana And Baking Spices Of Clove And Anise. The Finish Is Long And Woody Ending With Dark Chocolate Notes. Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/alcohol
Orphan Barrel Entrapment 25 Year $299.99
Distilled In 1992, Entrapment Was Originally Due To Be Included In A Batch Of Crown Royal Deluxe, However The Spirit Never Made It Into The Blend And Has Instead Spent The Last 25 Years Maturing At The The Distillery In Gimli, Manitoba. Entrapment Is Made Of A Mash Of 97% Corn And 3% Malted Barley Giving The Whisky Aromas Of Vanilla, Toffee And A Delicate Toasted Oak Scent. Entrapment Tastes Light And Creamy With Hints Of Tobacco And Walnut. The Finish Is Warm With Notes Of Dried Fruits Reminiscent Of Plums And Raisins. According To The Distillery: These Barrels Aren'T Necessarily Forgotten, But Instead Not Chosen For Another Blend, Becoming Almost Hidden Treasures. Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/alcohol
Orphan Barrel Fable & Folly 14 Year Old Whiskey $299.99
When our master blender discovered the last remaining stores of Orphan Barrel whiskies from years gone by, he thought it only fitting to share these whiskies with the world. He married the remaining stocks of Barterhouse, Forged Oak and various Rhetoric releases with a proprietary blend to create a masterpiece that pays homage to the original releases yet possesses a distinct profile all its own. This 14-year-old whiskey is a unique balance of age and flavor accenting the rich, creamy character of the Orphaned bourbons with spicy notes of rye and pepper. It begins with a burst of spice and delicately warms to a creamy richness with sweet notes of syrup and fruit.
Orphan Barrel Rhetoric Collection Set $2,999.99
The Orphan Barrel Rhetoric Collection contains one 750ml bottle of each of the following: Rhetoric 20year Old Bourbon, Rhetoric 21year Old Bourbon, Rhetoric 22year Old Bourbon, Rhetoric 23year Old Bourbon, Rhetoric 24year Old Bourbon, and Rhetoric 25year Old Bourbon.
Orphan Barrel Rhetoric 23 Year $171.99
The Rhetoric whiskey will continue to be progressively aged and re-released annually at a year older, allowing whiskey aficionados to collect the series and compare the whiskeys side-by-side. Beginning with hints of toasted grains, cherries and oak wood, Rhetoric 23-Year-Old tastes of toasted oak, dark chocolate with ripe banana and baking spices of clove and anise. The finish is long and woody ending with dark chocolate notes.
Orphan Barrel The Gifted Horse $201.99
Never one to be the butt of the joke, THE GIFTED HORSE American Whiskey is a bold, outspoken whiskey one shouldn’t look in the mouth. Always racing straight to the punch, we only ask that you politely accept The Gifted Horse for what it is – it's own unique offering. Some time ago at the historic Stitzel-Weller Distillery, the unthinkable happened. A batch of beautiful 17-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon was accidentally mixed with barrels of much younger whiskey. This error turned out better expected as the older bourbon wasn’t marred, but transformed into something surprisingly special. Beginning with a nose hinting at apple skin, almond, toffee, raisins, and slight milk chocolate, The Gifted Horse has unique tastes of creamy caramel, Bosc pear, and fruit cake. This unusual blend’s fruity notes become more apparent with a splash of water. Our gaffe is certainly your gift.
Orphan Barrel Whoop & Holler $176.99
Distilled and aged at George Dickel Distillery in Cascade Hollow, Tennessee, Whoop & Holler is a 28 year old, making it the oldest installment in the Orphan Barrel series to date. Made using a sugar maple charcoal filtration, and with the staple Dickel mashbill of 84% corn, 8% rye and 8% malted barley. NOSE Brown sugar and honey sweet, seasoned with vanilla and cloves and endowed with a certain straw-like grassy character. PALATE Tastes of corn candy sweetness, cloves, notes of pepper and a hint of butterscotch.
Orphan Barrel Rhetoric 24 Year $251.99
The Rhetoric whiskey will continue to be progressively aged and re-released annually at a year older, allowing whiskey aficionados to collect the series and compare the whiskeys side-by-side. TASTING NOTES: “aroma of rich vanilla oak, brown sugar and chocolate. Taste begins with orchard fruit accented with a hint of allspice, and gives way to a warming finish with of nutmeg and caramel notes.”
Orphan Barrel Muckety Muck $499.99
Orphan Barrel's Entrapment is a 25-year-old Canadian whisky that was distilled by Crown Royal in 1992 and matured in Gimli. The whisky was produced from a mash bill consisting of 97% corn and 3% malted barley. The whisky is a rich amber color with a deep yellow-brown hue. On the nose there is a pronounced, sweet creamy, crème brûlée note accompanied by aromas of butterscotch with hints of vanilla, followed by hints of dried stone fruit and a bit of walnut. There is also a persistent waxy note, slightly reminiscent of furniture wax that is typical of grain whiskies. On the palate there is sweetness, a more pronounced dried stone fruit note of peach, with vanilla, butterscotch and hints of cinnamon and wood spice. There is some weight on the palate, with a rich creamy texture. There is a slight pepperiness that builds and then fades quickly. The finish is very smooth, sweet, of medium length with distinctive stone fruit notes and some bitterness on the end.
Orphan Barrel Scarlet Shade 14 Year Old Straight Rye $0.00
Coming across a 14-year-old Rye is rare, giving our Master Blenders pause when presented with such a uniquely bold liquid. A born traveler, this whiskey was distilled in Indiana and then journeyed across state lines into Kentucky, aged to perfection at the infamous Stitzel-Weller Distillery.A full-bodied aroma of sweet vanilla buttercream and lightly toasted oak is accented with banana bread and just a hint of berries. Upon taste, a collection of baking spices and rye toast complement a medley of orchard fruits, and finishes with sweet notes of orange marmalade and a light warmth which fades into lingering dark chocolate.