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Top 10 spirits to remind you of April




Y Bet Welsh Vodka - Truly one of a kind vodka pioneered in Forager’s copper stills in the heart of Snowdonia. Handcrafted to be a little off-beat, this rhythmic spirit was composed to showcase the harmony of the Welsh elements, bringing together sugar beets from the earth and pure, crisp waters from the Snowdonia mountains.






Key West Bad Bitch Spanish Marie Rum - Being Key West's first legal rum distillery since Prohibition, this rum is one of a kind and exclusive to Cgars. Aged at sea in Salt Cured Barrels using locally and naturally-sourced authentic food flavours – Key Lime, Coconut, Madagascar Vanilla crème brûlée – and Florida demerara sugar (never molasses) to produce a rum with flavour depths and aromatic heights. Aged in French Oak Barrels that had Red wine and were Salt Cured. Spanish Marie was a Rum Runner who smuggled high proof rum from Cuba to Key West. It is said she would cut her glass of rum with some red wine.





Auchentoshan 12 year old - Every last drop of this scotch is triple distilled then matured for over twelve years. Their Lowland Single Malt Whisky has the tempting aroma of toasted almonds, caramelised toffee and the signature smooth Auchentoshan taste. On the palate we can find exotic tangerine and lime notes, followed by gingery dry notes on the finish, and a lingering nuttiness. Perfect to share with your friends!






Foragers Yellow Label Gin - Starting with soft juniper tones, Foragers gently takes you to fresh, semi-sweetness of apple and elderberry, before giving way to subtle, floral notes from gorse and heather flowers. This truly is an authentic expression of Britain and the terrior of North Wales. What’s a better way of starting Spring than having a classic Gin & Tonic with Britain’s Chef, James Martin’s favourite gin.





Eagle Rare 10 Year Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey - A top-quality bourbon from Buffalo Trace, the Eagle Rare 10yo is deliciously fragrant and woody, and has to be one of the best buys available in this price range. The taste is bold, dry and delicate with notes of candied almonds and rich cocoa. Gold medal winner at several International competitions in 2017.




Cu Bocan Creation 1 Whisky - Tomatin’s smoky series of single malts, Cù Bòcan, have been completely redesigned in 2019 bringing out exciting expressions like this one.Aged in Black Isle Brewery Imperial Stout casks and Bacalhôa Moscatel De Setúbal Wine Casks, this unusual collaboration, marries the best bits of its wine and beer counterparts; sweet and buttery with hints of orange marmalade and espresso.Scoring an impressive 84.5/100 in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2020.






Nikka from the Barrel - Selected as Gold Medal along with other whiskies from around the world and further honoured with the ultimate TROPHY award, the highest award that can be presented by the ISC.Released in 1985, the development of this expression started with an aim to deliver full flavours and richness of whisky like "from the barrel", which only blenders can sniff and taste. The secret behind its gorgeous flavour is the unique combination of complex blending, higher ABV 51.4% and "marriage" process.




Suntory Yamazaki 12 Year Old - Yamazaki Whisky is Suntory's flagship single malt, from Japan’s first and oldest malt distillery, multi-layered with fruit and Mizunara aromas. Displaying a pure gold colour, with aromas of peach, pineapple, grapefruit, clove, candied orange and vanilla. On the palate we can find coconut, cranberry and butter notes. Sweet ginger and cinnamon on the finish.







Stalla Dhu Single Cask Glen Elgin Port Wood - This exceptional single cask bottling of Glen Elgin was aged in ex bourbon barrels and finished for more than six months in the finest Port Cask. Exclusive to CGars and with a limited release of only 268 bottling, this is surely something exciting to enjoy this Spring! On the palate we can find toasted notes of almonds, nougat and delicate plum sweetness, rounded off by mellow gooseberries. Palate coating finish with winter fruit nuances.




Ailsa Bay - The first distillery to use an analysed measurement of sweetness, possible through a revolutionary process defined by their Master Blender, Brian Kinsman. Their whisky is defined as having 019 SPPM (Sweet parts per million) which gives it the perfect balance between the peat and the sweetness. Undergoing an unusual process called micro maturation, the new make spirit is transferred into Hudson Baby Bourbon casks that are between 25-100 litres, which is half of an usual ex bourbon cask size, and matured for up to nine months, enabling a more rapid and intense maturation. After this, the liquid is matured for several years in virgin, first-fill and refill American oak casks.