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A classic, first produced during the 1930s. Duncan Taylor took the helm in 2001 and continues to blend Black Bull from equal measures of malt and grain whisky. This is the more recently released 12 year old expression and we're thrilled to announce it picked up a Gold Medal at the 2011 International Wine and Spirit Competition!
Nose: Sweetness, cereals, berry fruits, nutty, tangy, spices, cocoa.
Palate: Thick and rounded. Nutty and soft with orchard fruits and cream.
Finish: Thick and fruity, hint of under-ripe fruits now, creamy.
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Not an unpleasant whisky by any stretch, just a little green and under whelming.Needs at least another 5 years in the cask/s.
9th December 2016
Tried this at Midland Whiskyfest yesterday...it left me speechless. Pound for pound I doubt you'll get a better bottle at 50%abv.
18th September 2016
Very nice blend. Thumbs up from me. A wee drop of water does wonders. Rich taste and middle-long lasting
14th January 2016
Great taste especially at 100 proof!!!
30th January 2014
Bought a bottle of this from that taste of Grampian 2012, saving it for a special occasion, can't wait to crack the bottle open! The taster was amazing, I've forgotten just how good though!
14th August 2013
Forgot to rate this......it's an age thing.
24th April 2013
This is a particularly good blend - bottled at 50%abv so maybe a wee touch of water to open things up. Has won a fair number of awards recently - I can see why.