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Craigellachie 11 Year Old 2006 - Single Cask (Master of Malt) (57.6%)

(70cl, 57.6%)

Craigellachie 11 Year Old 2006 - Single Cask (Master of Malt) (57.6%)

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Craigellachie 11yo 2006 Bottling Note

11 year old single malt distilled at Craigellachie, and independently bottled by your very favourite friends at Master of Malt! This one was aged in a bourbon hogshead from 2006 to 2018, and then bottled without chill-filtration or additional colouring at cask strength - a weighty 57.6% ABV.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Peppery malt balanced by green apple and tangerine. Slightly minty. Digestive biscuits and cut grass.

Palate: Still enjoyably grassy, though now with buttered scones and lemon peel.

Finish: Eucalyptus, peppercorn, quince and rye bread.

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Craigellachie 11 Year Old 2006 - Single Cask (Master of Malt) (57.6%) Reviews


Before watering it down it is too aggressive. After watering a bit it opens a better bouquet with some green apple (the spiciness of a granny smith green apple is clear), cooked mash and new wood. On the palate, it stars spicy and becomes more and sweeter finalizing with a vanilla cake that long lasts. The palate is a lot more interesting than the nose because of the developing and that is what saves this one for me. I believe 90 Euros is a bit overpriced tho.

6th June 2019

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