Cragganmore 12 Year Old Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
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Cragganmore 12 Year Old
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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Cragganmore
Style Single Malt Whisky

Cragganmore 12

A sherried 12 year old single malt from Diageo's Classic Malts range, this bottling from the Cragganmore distillery represents Speyside and proffers a rich, slightly floral whisky with barley notes.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Aromatic, floral. Heather, fruit salad, creamy texture. Smoked almonds, stemmy hay.

Palate Rich, honey, stone fruits, chestnuts, walnuts, almonds. Berries.

Finish Smoky, good length, delicate peppery spice.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

3rd Place
3rd Place
Best Single Malt Scotch 12 Years - 2015
International Whisky Competition

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Reviews for Cragganmore 12 Year Old
Cragganmore 12 year old Speyside single Malt
One of the best , no doubt
J. P , United Kingdom
6 months ago
Pleasant, but lacking
My favorite tipple is The Belvenie Doublewood, which I find has a much fuller aftertaste. This is a decent ans enjoyable scotch, but not a s"grown-up" as the Belvenie.
Mike S , United Kingdom
8 months ago
Nice notes, a bit thin.
A bit on the thin side. Some nice notes. Got a couple of bottles as gifts. Would I buy it ? - no. Would I drink it / - yes, with a degree of pleasure.
Scott L , Canada
10 months ago
As a self confessed lover of Johnnie walker green label. I was interested in trying the individual malts that that go into it. Cragganmore on its own was very interesting.
I think it's definitely worth trying.
Very different from the vast majority of supermarket whisky. I look forward to trying again in all honesty.
Diego L , United Kingdom
one year ago
Delicious and different
Bought a mix pack of Cragganmore, Talisker and Lagavulin and conducted a little tasting at Thanksgiving. The participants were familiar with Scotch and preferred heavily plated and smoky Island. To a person we all loved Cragganmore. It’s fruity and subtlety almondy. After years of drinking the other style it’s become a favorite of mine.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Awesome speyside
Remarkably drinkable
Craig C , Australia
one year ago
An excellent well balanced single malt
An excellent, well balanced single malt, my preferred tipple.
The only problem is that it doesn't last long !!!! 🤣🤣🤣
Neil Parnham , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Very nice
One of my favourite speysides. Very smooth
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Distinctive almond and honey notes through a smooth slow burn
A friend, knowing I’m a fan of good Scotch, brought along a 200ml of Cragganmore 12 on a five day canoe-camping trip in the boundary waters of New Brunswick/Maine.

It stayed in the cooler ‘til the last night and he said “Have at it if you like, I might have some too.”

I tried a bit with water and wasn’t impressed at all, then snuck a nip right from the bottle after he said he didn’t want any.

I told him “I’m liable to drink it all, then!”

“That’s why I brought it!” he said.

I kept nipping at it now and then when walking by the table and loved the almondy, honey smoothness of it that crept through the smooth burn while I kept it in my mouth before letting it slide down.

I ended up polishing off the small bottle after a bit, walking the root-bound shore and watching the nearly full moon along the St Croix.

With its natural tastes emerging through a nice smooth burn, it seemed just the right Scotch for being outdoors for days on a wilderness adventure.

I’d gladly buy a larger bottle to see how I like it in other environments.

Recommended if you like to try new tastes and are open-minded.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
A lovely dram but not for Islay fans!
Cragganmore is quite simply, a cracking dram.
Everyone has their own opinion, quite right too......but a prominent distillery manager (not Cragganmore) describes it as his absolute favourite. His opinion is for me, more valuable than the haters here. I loved it from my first taste, in the early 70s.
Anthony U , United Kingdom
2 years ago