What's in a name? anCnoc 16 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled anCnoc 16 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Fruity and fresh. Floral notes, barley. Honey, apples, herbal.
Palate: Fresh, crisp with fruit and freshly cut timber. Perfume, barley, vanilla, orchard fruits.
Finish: Good length, cereals, walnut, oak.
Hi there! A new batch of the anCnoc 16 year old is due to be released by the end of February, so keep your eyes on our New Arrivals page (http://www.masterofmalt.com/new-arrivals/)! --The Chaps at Master of Malt
3rd February 2014
WHEN WILL THIS BE BACK IN STOCK PLEASE?
31st January 2014
This was the hands down favourite at a whisky tasting I did at my local. Ignore the poncey packaging and try it!
15th December 2013
We can't really say, I'm afraid. However, do check back, as we will immediately list any new stock that we get in. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
4th November 2013
...as it's on my list. x
27th October 2013
i hope his comes back in stock soon
14th September 2013
I was nervous spending so much on my first bottling from this distillery, but oh my is it fantastic. I read tasting notes for this referencing fresh fruit tea, and that is spot on, i feel like im nosing and tasting sweet fruit tea with some fresh grass notes in the nose, and a slight oaky vanilla in the taste. Fantastic dram, in my top ten.
19th April 2013