What's in a name? Blair Athol 12 Year Old - Flora and Fauna whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Blair Athol 12 Year Old - Flora and Fauna whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Nutty with sherried notes. Gentle peat. Crisp.
Palate: Good body, malty and sweet. Citrus and the peels thereof.
Finish: Peat smoke, syrup. Good sweetness, bittersweet, drying.
Really Good One
27th June 2014
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4th November 2013
CASK No. 50729 or S0729 700ml 43%vol 70cl 12 year old single malt bought in 1994 and in a wooden presentation box has a mellow deep toned aroma a strong fruity flavour and smooth finish.
26th October 2013
Great achievement - good cigar in a dram:))) At the beginning fresh, sherry tobacco leaves, then satysfying palate on spicy, burnt cigar! Nice aftertaste on orangy cigarettes.9/10.
22nd August 2011