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Scallywag The Winter Edition

(70cl, 52.6%)

Scallywag The Winter Edition

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Scallywag Winter Edition Bottling Note

We've been treated to a seasonal Scallyway by Douglas Laing! This is the Winter Edition, and not only does our furry friend have a scarf on to celebrate the occasion, but so does the bottle! Speyside malt whiskies aged in Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso sherry butts contributed to the Christmassy flavour profile of this one, packed with dark fruits and chocolate.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Gingerbread and chocolate-coated raisin alongside bittersweet dark chocolate.

Palate: A dusting of cocoa supports bramble fruit and home-made cherry jam, along with sherried dried fruits.

Finish: Melted milk chocolate and seasonal spices linger.

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Scallywag The Winter Edition Reviews

A Christmas Cracker!

Another smashing expression from DL !
Strongly sherried with big raisin notes and some chocolate candied oranges in the background. A cracking Christmas dram to help see out the disasters of 2020.

24th November 2020

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