With every man and his dog realising in the last few\u00a0years that whisky is possibly the most delicious thing ever, it\u2019s made it harder and harder to find top quality rarities in the sea of scotches on the market, and yet also thinned the available offerings, with award winning drams skyrocketing in value to generally unattainable prices.\r\n\r\nIn the case of the Craigellachie 23 year old, it\u2019s probably no help for you that they took out first place at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition last year, but here\u2019s a quick spiel to get you salivating anyway. The little-known Speyside distillery, as anybody who\u2019s sampled their liquid knows, is famous for its rich, meaty flavours which stem from their use of wormtubs (snaking copper condensers) in the distillation process.\r\n\r\nThe resulting flavour is unique, with a delicious fruity, herbal spiciness on the finish and a distinctive yet pleasant sulphuric quality. As far as searching high and low for one of Scotland\u2019s more interesting exports goes, you won\u2019t have to look much farther than through the bottom of a glass of this dram to find yourself satisfied.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s just landed down under for $750 AUD at Dan Murphy\u2019s, or for a fraction less you can give it a go at a select few whisky bars around the country. Cheers up yer kilt.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.