ImpEx Beverages, located in San Francisco, is an importer of some of the finest Scotches. Here is a list of some of their most updated expressions: For more info please visit ImpEx Beverages .

Kilchoman Machir Bay

Nose: Soft cooked fruits with strong peaty aromas.

Palate: Soft mixed fruits and vanilla with an intense sweetness.

Finish: A Classic islay malt now showing the benefit of additional ageing. A long lingering finish.

Kilchoman Sanaig

Nose: Soft cooked fruits with caramel and vanilla.

Palate: Toffee, peat smoke and citrus with lingering sweetness.

Finish: A lovely balance of peat smoke, fruit and sweetness.

Kilchoman Loch Gorm

Nose: Spicy and sweet with peat smoke and dark chocolate well integrated.

Palate: Soft fruits, well rounded and full of character.

Finish: Lingering, sweet and well balanced.

Tamdhu 10 yr old

Nose: Very appealing and fragrant; sugar syrup with delicate Peach and Orange, mixing with fresh oak, cinnamon and leather, Sugared Almonds and vanilla.

Palate: The Fruitiness and spice blend brilliantly with a pleasing toffee and sherry richness building as it is held on the palate.

Finish: Fruit and vanilla linger becoming pleasantly drying with a hint of distant peat smoke.

Tamdhu Batch Strength

Nose: Red berries, sultanas, walnuts, hints of pecan, delicate citrus and oak, creamy vanilla, cookie dough.

Palate: Powerful burst of richness, fantastically rounded with sherry oak, spice and dry fruit. Kept on the palate, lighter fruits come to the fore- apricot, orange and crème brûlée.

Finish: Rich, biscuity and malty, toast and marmalade with pleasing fruitiness lingering.

Isle of Skye 8 yr old

Nose: Stunningly evocative. Deep peaty tones waft from the glass, like the reek from a crofter’s lum. But there is a lot more beyond: the grains intermingle deliciously with oaky, vanilla notes and something malty and even slightly honeyed. The stuff of dreams.

Palate: Sweet at first, and remarkably viscous. This seems to be the peat hanging around and there is intense barley sugar and spice.

Finish: Massively flavored. This creaminess continues for what seems hours. Remains sweet, spicy and chewy and at the end faintly nutty. The oak returns at the end.