A very limited release of only 115 bottles, this is the first bottling of Port Dundas single grain Scotch whisky from That Boutique-y Whisky Company, matured for 25 years! Once a sizeable grain distillery, Port Dundas has produced whisky for a number of top blends. Sadly, the distillery was closed in 2010 – but that won’t stop the likes of That Boutique-y Whisky Company bottling their whisky which remains! The label features some rather detailed drawings of various grains which have been used in the production of single grain whisky over the years, including corn, oat and rye.
This is a 5 year old Peatside blended malt Scotch whisky from That Boutique-y Whisky Company! This peaty treat is made to a secret recipe, perhaps in a safe like the one on its label. It’s a Kitnerboy Redoubt safe, so it’ll take a minute to crack into…
Another fantastic independent bottling by ‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’… the third batch of Paul John Indian single malt whisky!
‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’ bottles single malts, single grains and bourbons from a variety of renowned distilleries as well as producing award-winning blended malts and blends. These whiskies are adorned with cultish graphic novel-style labels.
A deliciously creamy 24 year old Cameronbridge single grain Scotch whisky, independently bottled by That Boutique-y Whisky Company! Gaze upon the label and you’ll find an icon of the sport of Tiddlywinks – Dr. Patrick Barrie! That cool look upon his face is the look of a winner, as in mid-2017, the good doctor became the eight-time Tiddlywinks World Singles Champion! Absolute hero.
Batch 2 is a release of 171 bottles.
Introducing the first batch of That Boutique-y Whisky Company’s Blended Whisky #3, a total of only 463 bottles! The floating space gloves from Blended Whisky #1 and #2 have returned, and they’ve discovered another metaphor in the deep reaches of space – this time, it’s an infinitely long length of chrome. It just keeps going on and on and on and on..
The cucamelon is a fruit which looks like a fun-sized watermelon but tastes like a lime-dipped cucumber. It may sound like something Willy Wonka would create after being told by his doctor that a diet based entirely around sweets can only lead to an early grave, but the cucamelon is a real thing. So real, in fact, That Boutique-y Gin Company went ahead and made a gin with it!
Batch 1 is a release of 3,300 bottles.
Finger Lime Gin from That Boutique-y Gin Company is pretty straightforward. You take the awesomeness of finger limes (they come from Australia, their texture is a bit like caviar and they’re not a citrus) and combine said awesomeness with gin. Keep it simple, and also delicious.
Batch 1 is a release of 3,300 bottles.
Hot Sauce Gin. Bet you never thought you’d hear those words together. You can thank FEW Spirits and That Boutique-y Gin Company for making this happen. To make it, the folks at FEW finished some of their bourbon in barrels that previously held bourbon and then hot sauce. They redistilled the bourbon with juniper, Guajillo peppers and Ancho chillies to create the gin you see before your eyes. It’s pretty wild. We love it.
A limited edition release of 1,228 bottles.
Vicky and Dale McQueen have something of a history when it comes to creating gins with flavours you never expect to see but work so very well when you taste them (Chocolate Mint Gin and Smokey Chilli Gin stand out in our minds) – and they’ve done it again. Their Chocolate Cherry Gin bottled by That Boutique-y Gin Company is made with cocoa, sour cherries and a smattering of traditional gin botanicals, resulting in a tipple that would likely pair well with a slice of decadent chocolate!
Batch 1 is a release of 659 bottles.
The Rhubarb triangle is formed by the cities of Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield – famous for producing plenty of delicious rhubarb for all manner of treats. In fact, That Boutique-y Gin Company’s Rhubarb Triangle Gin is made exclusively with rhubarb sourced from this delicious area! They’ve balanced the classic tartness of the herbaceous perennial wonderfully, making it a top choice for refreshing cocktails and mixed drinks. We reckon that it’ll be brilliant in puddings, too…