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Bowmore 15 Year Old Gift Pack

(70cl, 43%)

Bowmore 15 Year Old Gift Pack

Bowmore 15 Gift Pack Bottling Note

A stylish gift set from Bowmore, boasting a bottle of the distillery's 15 Year Old, which has spent three years finishing in Oloroso sherry casks. It comes with some rather fancy glasses, which are sure to be great for cracking out after dinner.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dark and punchy. Sherry notes, juicy Corinth raisins. Spices. Creamy, mochaccino, sweet dates.

Palate: Rich, woody, pine oil. Syrupy. Lovely, creamy toffee and malt. Smoky.

Finish: Spicy, toffee, sherry, barley.

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Bowmore 15 Year Old Gift Pack Reviews

This has to be kne of my favourite whiskies

I got into malt whisky in about 2004-5, and there was an off licence that sold miniatures. So one pay day I decided to buy half a dozen whisky miniatures, and the 15 year old 'the darkest' was amongst them. Was I glad I tried it, it's a really smooth peaty drink and it has to be one of my favourites alongside the Dalmore 12 year. They've discontinued the 15 year old 'the darkest' so I've bought just the 15 year with decanter, and it's just as good as the darkest version. No doubt if there was a bottle of the darkest lying about, it'll probably be 100s of pounds.

12th April 2020

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