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Compass Box Spice Tree

(70cl, 46%)

Compass Box Spice Tree

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Spice Tree Bottling Note

Compass Box's delicious Spice Tree was briefly illegitimate, according to SWA regulations. After adjusting its creation, Spice Tree is back, and better than ever. It's a blended malt made from Highland malt whiskies, aged in specially made casks with new French oak heads.

In April 2015, it was named Best Blended Malt Scotch at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fragrant and aromatic with notes of dried herbs, spices, oak and vanilla. Has a bourbon note to it and a peppery tang.

Palate: Gingernut biscuits, toffee spices, herbal, vanilla, very rich and peppery.

Finish: Very spicy, big and rich.

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Compass Box Spice Tree Reviews

This is some truly superior whisky

Up to perhaps 2010 or thereabouts, Johnny Walker Green Label was my favorite malt blend. The re-introduced Green Label just hasn't measured up to the older formulation, and after searching for something to replace it, I came upon The Spice Tree. This excellent Compass Box creation has taken over the role of "best malt blend" in my liquor cabinet, and it honestly compares very favorably to most of the better single malts on the market. If you find the oak and spice in this blend to be a bit too much, you can try adding some Clynelish 14 single malt to tone it down a bit as Clynelish is the main component of Spice Tree and thus they blend together quite well - you'll just get more of that subtle, waxy character that Clynelish does so well.

2nd November 2022

Incredible whisky

For long I heard people ranting about Compass Box and how interesting it was. Finally got my hands on this and oh my... The layers of taste that seems to develop to a long finish is something you don't expect fron a blended whisky. I only drink JW but this is going to be on my shelf for life. Amazing stuff!! Next gonna try their whole range. 5 star whisky
Matti from Finland

13th June 2022

One to savour in the winter

Spicy nose. Wonderful mouthful of flavour.

9th October 2021


Possibly the nicest blended whisky at this price point. If you like sweeter side flavours this is a no brainer.

31st July 2021

Highly Impressed

I was tasting a few scotches last night and Spice Tree really had me doing a double-take, like "Where did this come from?" This is a very flavorful, and playful, blend that I was quite taken with. I might not drink this every day, but it sure would be a lot of fun to share with my scotch drinking friends - quite a great melange of flavors.

6th July 2021

A grower, like a good music album

At first I wasn't blown away by this. Felt it was all wood and oak and not much else. However after about a month of being opened the wood notes dissipated and I could then see what the fuss was about. This is a very well constructed blend and offers something completely different to 95% of Scotch. For anyone with experience of Rye whisky will love this as it has those hallmarks of ginger, cumin, nutmeg etc. The finish has all the malts fighting for your attention but you get the waxiness from Clynelish as a dominant note.
I shall replenish once the Winter arrives again as its heavy, rich character is more appropriate for the colder months.

28th June 2021



9th April 2021

You'll be tying yellow ribbons around this all day.

Nose: Spice d'uh. Slightly aged cut wood.

Palate: Initial sweet fruits giving way to musk...vanilla and softest toffee.

After: Cinnamon glides expertly for an unexpected distance.

1st December 2020

Simply the best blend ever...

Wow.. Compass box definitely know how to do a blend,,don't really bother much with blends but so glad I tried this spice tree, just changed with every mouthful.. They have made something very special with this one..

30th July 2019


Don’t be put off by the NAS and stigma associated with blended malts.. they are not inferior and this is a cracker. Lots of flavour and complexity, takes water well and is thoroughly enjoyable. I won’t bore you with my tasting notes but would recommend anyone give it a try.

12th May 2019

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