Scotch Single Malt - Island - 2013
International Wine & Spirit Competition
What's in a name? Robert Burns Single Malt whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Robert Burns Single Malt whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Fresh, apple peels, some blossom and spice, vanilla cream and juicy pear.
Palate: Fruity, notes of custard and warm pastry, more orchard fruit, some tart citrus.
Finish: Apple peels and vanilla spice.
purchased a bottle a while ago aand presented it to the members of the R.A.O.B.who found it enjoyable and did not want to part with it the taste was great
18th December 2013
This is a very pleasant peerie dram will buy again here's to him that's wa dr
8th November 2013
I got a bottle of Robert Burns as a Christmas present. Since I collect single malt whisky, I was awfully glad to get this new taste. My wife, who never liked whisky before, is sharing the bottle with me at the moment, be it with wee sips. Great dram, fresh and fruity. We both love the finish. Try it with a wee chunk of chocolate. It enforces the vanilla taste.
16th March 2013
Simply on of the most enjoyable whisky’s I have ever tasted. Smooth, mild, and pleasant to the pallet. A wonderful addition to any party!!
24th August 2010
A very nice dram to try if you are new to the world of single malts, very smooth and light. A pleasent and enjoyable tipple.
13th June 2010