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Adnams Triple Grain No 2

(70cl, 43%)

Adnams Triple Grain No 2

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Adnams Triple Grain No 2 Bottling Note

One of two limited edition whiskies released on 5th December 2013, the first produced by the Adnams Copper House distillery in Southwold, England. Using their brewing knowledge, and some of their brewing equipment, they are able to control their fermentations before the wash enters their 'beer stripping' column still, prior to their handsome copper pot still.

Triple Grain is made from East Anglian barley, wheat and oats, the same ingredients used for Adnams' Longshore Vodka and First Rate Gin and was matured for 3 years in virgin American oak. Sample Drams available to buy below!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: This one lures you in with approachable toasty oak, white peach blossom, some spicy grain, a little bubblegum but it's more subtle than it is in the Single Malt No 1. Smarties as well as 50% cocoa dark chocolate. The coconut centre of Bounty bars really shines through. A little lychee, orange Revels, sugar that’s just catching.

Palate: White pepper and spices, orange and a hint of powdered chocolate.

Finish: Quite comforting and almost beer like (or just beer on the brain as it's from Adnams!) with a little rich honey and Bounty bar (chocolate and all this time).

Overall: A tasty young English whisky, quite unique and well worth comparing to its single malt sibling.

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