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Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Islay Single Malt – Scotch Whisky – Caol Ila

Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a peated whisky, in the tradition of the Caol Ila distillery. Aged for 11 years in a cask that previously contained Oloroso sherry, where the smoke and iodized hints are enriched with fruity and spicy aromas.


Located north of the Scottish island of Islay, the Caol Ila Distillery was founded in 1846. The distillery overlooks the strait that separates the island of Islay from that of Jura, one of the most evocative and spectacular places in western Scotland, called in English “Sound of Islay” and in Gaelic “Caol Ila”, from which the distillery takes its name.

The barley is locally malted in Port Ellen and then distilled in one of the six handcrafted copper stills, reconstructed maintaining the shape and characteristics of the original nineteenth-century ones. The water used to mix the distillate produced comes from a crystalline stream that flows from the limestone rocks of nearby Loch nam Ban, to flow into the sea at Caol Ila.

The light and elegant style of Caol Ila is due to the low filling level of the stills. Filling to approximately 33% capacity, allows for significant levels of backflow into the stills, where the vapor condenses and flows back into the bowl for further purification.


Fiji Rum

Fiji Rum

This rum was a coup de coeur for its refined intensity of esters and its sweetness of exotic fruits. It has taken us to the heart of the Pacific, between crystal clear waters and coconut palms. To fall in love once again with the details in the cultivation and distillation process, a perfect combination and balance between nature and the art of distillation.

S.P. Distillery


The history of sugar cultivation and processing in Fiji dates back to 1862. The first sugar mill was built in 1872 in Suva and six years later nine more were functioning. In 1976 the National Fiji Sugar Marketing Company Limited (FSC) took over the sugar mills. Active since 1980, in 1998 the distillery was acquired by Paradise Beverages.

The island is characterized by the presence of very rich volcanic soils which allow for the cultivation of completely organic sugar cane. Additionally, the sugarcane in the distillery’s plantation is still cut by hand, which results in a richer cane juice with fewer tannins. Broadly speaking, Fijian rums are as rich in esters as Jamaican rums and are a combination of exotic fruity aromas blended with more smoky, medicinal notes similar to those of Barbados distilled rums.

The production techniques give life to a very rich molasses with a particularly high basic sugar, which has a decisive influence on the final product, giving it a unique flavour. The distillation takes place by means of a traditional discontinuous still.

(Pot Still)


Petite Champagne Cognac 1 Cuspid Selections

Petite Champagne Cognac

Petite Champagne Cognac

The Petite Champagne Cognac is a cognac selected and imported by Cuspid Selections.

Our selection Les Étoiles

We have decided to call this selection of French distillates Les Étoiles because each reference shines just like a star.

  • Petite Champagne CognacDistillery de Comte Pierre 38 y.o.; Brut de fut 52.5% vol.

  • Distilled in 1983 bottled in 2021

  • 70 cl.

Short story:

This Cognac Petite Champagne represents the spirit of the de Joyet family. Count Pierre de Joyet was born into French nobility in 1921 and grew up in the Château de Ruffec, one of the family’s many estates. One of his favorite properties was a thirty-hectare vineyard in Jurignac, in Petite Champagne. The history of this family is ancient and Pierre’s father, Henri, has always been involved in his native Charente with the harvesting and distillation cycles. Upon Henri’s death in the 1960s, Pierre and his younger sister, Thérèse, inherited the Jurignac property. This cognac dates back to this transition period. Although they had no idea how to grow vines, nor how to distill wine to make cognac, they were sure they had a magical terroir. Pierre lived until 2014 and died at 92. He left the care of these precious vineyards to the Glemet brothers, who had taken care of him and his vineyards. The brothers planned to reopen the beautiful de Joyet family home with a brand in honor of Pierre and his noble ancestors. Unfortunately their health didn’t allow it. Their renovation of the family manor, as well as the vineyards that surround it, remain as an attestation of the friendship between Pierre de Joyet and the Glemet brothers.

Rum Barbados Saint Lucy 20 Years

Rum Barbados Saint Lucy

This rum is 20 years old, was distilled with “a double retort pot still” and matured in an ex-bourbon cask with tropical and continental aging.

Our choice was to maintain the absolute authenticity of this rum, without flavourings, added sugars and colourings, and the result is a unique and precious spirit to be tasted by closing your eyes.

The oldest and most legendary rum in the world, it was produced in Barbados with passion and skill, thus earning the title of “rum that invented rum”. Expertly crafted with rich sugar cane and pristine, coral-filtered water native to the island.

Natural yeasts marry with the family stock. At the hillside site of St. Lucy they simply open the doors to the Bajan air and let nature take its course, populating the wort with yeast to get the sugars converted into alcohol. The art of rum blossoms during the distillation process. Here, the secrets of generations materialize like rum vapors rising above the water in copper stills. The alembic produces intense aromas and flavors deriving from the double distillation.

Cask number 12 only produced 256 bottles. During bottling, the distillate did not undergo cold filtration and was not adulterated.

Whisky Glen Keith 1995

Whisky Glen Keith 1995

Glen Keith was founded in 1957 by Chivas Brothers. It is located in the beautiful Speyside town of Keith. Its history is significant, full of innovation and experimentation. In the 1970s, after a successful first decade of production, the distillery expanded from two to five stills. These pot stills were the first to be gas fired in Scotland. A sixth still was installed in 1983, completing the series of stills still in use. In 1999 the distillery was mothballed. It lay dormant for over a decade, until a large-scale renovation began in 2012. It was reopened in 2013, with production capacity increased from 3.5 million liters to 6 million. Most of the single malt produced at the site is still used in blends owned by Chivas Brothers.

Glen Keith uses unpeated malts in his brew.

The Glen Keith distillery is experimental from the beginning and produces a delicate and fruity whisky.

This is a 24-year-old Glen Keith single malt distilled in 1995 and matured in a single ex-bourbon hogshead for more than two decades, before being bottled in September 2020. It is an example of elegance and freshness in pure Speyside style.

Only 271 bottles were produced from barrel number 171251. This whisky has not undergone cold filtration and has not been adulterated with the addition of colorings, aromas or sugars.