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A 12 year old from the Braeval distillery, distilled in Autumn 1999 and aged in a single sherry butt before bottling by Douglas Laing's Provenance in Winter 2012.
Nose: Fragrant, floral nose with potpourri, a touch of Demerara sugar, orange zest and cinnamon.
Palate: Gingerbread and digestive biscuits on the palate, with woody spices, coffee beans, rhubarb and custard sweets and pepper.
Finish: A long, creamy finish with vanilla and marmalade.
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A good friend gave me a bottle of this for Christmas. I have been away for 4 weeks, so only just opened it, and it is a lovely malt. As it warms in your hands, the flavour really mellows and is full of tastes like vanilla and other sweet things. It smells really spicy too. Very warming on a cold night!
13th January 2013