FiGee Fine Goods is the official importer and distributor in Switzerland of premium spirits and wine from around the world. We specialize in artisanal, exclusive, limited edition, rarities and independent bottlers.
We are pleased to present one of Samaroli's latest releases bottled this year in an extremely limited edition of only 328 bottles. Samaroli's Glen Garioch 2011 was aged in a single first-fill ex-bourbon hogshead cask.
However, older does not necessarily mean better. Indeed, this bottling is a masterclass in balance and finesse. No single element dominates, but a wealth of sandalwood, orchard fruits, tobacco and vanilla delicately intertwine with spices and fresh herbs on the nose and palate.
After ten years of maturation, the single malt Scotch whisky presents itself with a harmonious complexity, richness and an air of nostalgia. It is also one of the most impressive bottlings we have discovered from this historic distillery.
A Speyside single malt Scotch whisky from the Glenallachie distillery, released by the sought-after bottler Samaroli. This whisky was distilled in 2009, matured in a single cask and bottled in 2021. Only 470 bottles were released worldwide.
Samaroli is probably Italy's most admired independent bottler of Scotch whisky, know for an impeccable taste for their single cask whiskies and aesthetics.
The Ardmore distillery produced this malt whisky in 2011. Smooth and mellow, with intense and very long notes of cocoa, vanilla, straw, pear, cherry, grapefruit and caffeine. The taste is aromatic and lively, slightly smoky and rightly peaty, with a finish of liquorice, yoghurt and barley.
We are pleased to announce the expansion of our Samaroli collection. This remarkable Irish whiskey is composed of a blend of Irish malt and ex-bourbon casks and it has enjoyed an extensive resting period from 1998 to 2021 before being bottled at 40% ABV by Independent bottler Samaroli. Just 282 bottles from Cask N° 10049 have been released.
Ledaig has created a unique, very rare, 42 year old single malt with an impressive history.
This 1972 whisky is the first Ledaig single malt whisky to be distilled and is the oldest and rarest Ledaig single malt whisky ever released.
Only 500 examples of Ledaig 42 year old are available worldwide and the next 40 examples of Ledaig single malt will be bottled in 2036. This release is presented in a wooden box decorated with a copper card taken from the old stills that produced the very spirit within the bottle.
So after another year of aging in the same cask, Samaroli brings you once again a marriage of opposites. The austerity of this single malt mingles with the pungent sweetness of the sherry cask. The 2018 Edition has developed more rounder tones than the previous bottling. Limited only 291 bottles.
An incredibly well-aged 47 year old Glen Grant single malt and from a single cask, independently bottled by Samaroli. This was distilled in Speyside all the way back in 1970 and left to mature until 2017, when it was bottled with a tiny outturn of just 112 bottles.
This is an irresistible combination of complexity and harmony, this blend is composed of single 70% malt whisky and 30% grain whisky blended and aged in a sherry olorosso cask. Bottled in Scotland in September 2018. Only 422 bottles were released.
The experience of this single malt shows how in the distant corners of the world, there is still a determination to create something truly outstanding to satisfy one’s own ego. Something to be remembered for tomorrow, while going unnoticed today.
This single malt single cask whisky was bottled in Scotland in November 2018, a very limited edition of only 287 numbered bottles.
A very limited edition of just 180 bottles worldwide. Composed of a blend of old Bowmore and Laphroaig whiskies. Ferry to Islay has established itself as a highlight in our range. It represents the very essence of Samaroli’s philosophy: to use great single malts from the island of Islay, blending them to create this peaty, cask strength whisky that represents the synthesis of single malt Scotch and its ancestry. Peat, strength and elegance.
A unique spirit blended from 60% Glen Garioch malt and 40% North British grain, a piece of history that encompasses the mastery of men of the past that addressed the creation of a whisky not influenced by market dynamics, but exclusively devoted to the pursuit of quality without compromise.
The second release of Samaroli blended malt whisky. Distilled in 2008 and bottled in 2016 by Coilltean, the blend was created by A.W. Bleve using 50% Glenallachie and 50% Glentauchers. This is a limited release of 690 numbered bottles.
A premium single malt Scotch whisky aged for 30 years in a single cask. Distilled by the Linkwood distillery and bottled in 2013 by Coilltean from single cask no.5709, this is a limited release with numbered bottles.
The Linkwood Distillery was founded in 1821 by Peter Brown in the southern outskirts of Elgin. In 1970 a second distillery was built alongside the first and four new stills were added. Today, only the washbacks from the two original stills are being used and all the stills are heated by steam.
Single cask, single malt Islay whisky, bottled and refined inside the bottle in Scotland since April, 2013. These bottles are very rare, they were imported to Japan by accident then sent back to Switzerland. They have Japanese and Swiss import stickers. Only 240 bottles were released in 2013.
This right here is a rather lovely bottling of Glen Keith single malt, distilled in 1997 and bottled in July 2017, with an outturn of 390 bottles. Sporting that classic, stylish Samaroli label, you won't run out of things to love about this release.
An independent bottling of single malt from the Glenlivet distillery in Speyside, distilled back in 1999 and bottled in 2017 by Italian bottler Samaroli as a single cask edition yielding only 162 bottles. As ever, Samaroli have beautifully presented this excellent whisky with a gorgeous label depicting the sea.