What's in a name? Stronachie 12 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Stronachie 12 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Heather honey, malt. Grassy, fruity and dry with hints of almond.
Palate: Creamy and spicy with notes of malt, a touch of smoke, more almond, then toffee and fruit.
Finish: Medium with nutty notes.
Reason being that bourbon distillers may not re-use their barrels so the Scots, being Scots, can pick them up cheap.
28th May 2014
nice!!! I will buy it again
26th May 2014
Bought at specs hoping to be in same class as similarly priced single malts. disappointed at the prominent American bourbon taste up front. Bourbon casks are for bourbon. Why do scotch distilleries do that?
4th May 2014
Try Benrinnes for further investigation
28th February 2014
First time ever tasted very nice dram would have it again
29th December 2013
Excellent whisky a milder whisky than Talisker but still a fantastic malt
28th December 2013