Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Dufftown
Style Single Malt Whisky

Dufftown Spey Cascade

The Spey Cascade single malt Scotch whisky from the Singleton of Dufftown is made with a balanced mix of whiskies aged in both bourbon and Sherry casks. The result is warming with baked orchard fruits, demerara sugar and golden barley. Great for early evening dramming, this one - laid back with good flavour behind it. The folks at the Singleton of Dufftown also say Spey Cascade pairs well with chocolate truffles, too. If you're feeling decadent, go for it.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
More allergen information

Reviews for Singleton of Dufftown Spey Cascade
Sparkling River Spey
A wee beauty from Speyside!.
Smooth as silk with a lovely deep colour.
Was given a bottle from my birthday (lucky me 😀).
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Needs more flavour, but not undrinkable
This whisky has a classic kind of spey side nose, with its toffees and caramel overtones. It's feel on the tongue is a little oily with a fairly non descript flavour and short finish. Really don't know what to make of this, other than its a good base for a blend. I added a bit of Ardbeg ten to give it more character and a splash of bourbon to add the sweetness that the nose was promising. Was ok after that
Jimmy L , Australia
5 years ago
Quite a pleasant tipple
A tidy enough pleasent whisky from Dufftown with a little bit of sweetness coming through after adding a rain drop amount of water, would buy again and recommend for the easy going drinker.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Freddy , Argentina
5 years ago
Pleasant enough dram for everyday drinking.
Received this as a gift. Pleasant enough cheap single malt. Like most young Speyside very easy to drink. Have to laugh at some of the reviews on here, wanna be connoisseurs obviously wouldn't know a decent whisky from the whiskey they also drink (I might wash my windscreen with bourbon, but I certainly wouldn't drink it so perhaps I'm biased).
Stuart M , United Kingdom
5 years ago
Easy to drink, and nice to finish.
Whiskeys, I feel you like them or not, my family know I like a whiskey, some I like, others, no so much, the bottle of Spey Cascade was one of those bottles that was brought for me on Fathers Day last year, I like it, other people don’t, as the reviews reflect, On a personal view I like Speyside whiskeys, but not all..
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Easy to drink
Have just received this as a gift, opened it tonight and drinking as I write. Dispite the mixed reviews I found it very drinkable and enjoyable. Think it’s best as an after dinner dram. Very easy to drink not to complex and leaves you wanting another one. I have a great collection of whisky now, and although this won’t vlow you away. I’d buy it as it’s a good price for an easy drinking enjoyable whisky. The bottle is nice as well!! 👍
Richie W , United Kingdom
6 years ago
Tizer coloured caramel flavoured pish
Way too much caramel as usual from a Diageo malt. Nukes the flavour completely. Quite rank on ice and dull as dishwater neat. Not worth the money - but its Diageo init. Like so many of the newer generation of whisky drinkers its rapidly becoming the case that I prefer bourbon. I haven't had a decent Scots malt in years now - not since Bruichladdich's 'Rocks'. It's all overpriced pish that tastes like mouldy refills.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Made with a wee dram in mind.
Bought my first bottle in Scotland.
A fine dram it is!
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Can I have another one please?
A top notch malt, can be enjoyed on your own..... or with friends (but check their reasons for being there with you first)
Chris H , United Kingdom
7 years ago