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From the Fettercairn distillery at the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains comes the Fettercairn Fasque, which is named after a country estate that is also rather close to the distillery. It's an unpeated expression from the Highland distillery.
Nose: Baking spices, dried fruits, poached pears and a good whiff of oak.
Palate: Toffee pennies, oak spice and vanilla. Subtle mocha notes along the way.
Finish: Medium, with raisins and sultanas reappearing.
Overall: Really quite nice.
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Bought for a present for the father but decided to give it a try as I'm not a whisky drinker but must say I'm surprised by the taste, will definitely buy again Regards Sophie
7th May 2016
I have just had a bottle of fettercairn bought for a present . I am very impressed with the taste and find it very plesent after taste . I will be buying another bottle or two to relax with after an hard days work . Regards Alan Kirton
30th April 2016
Tried this on the strength of some of the other offerings from the range. But this is just not worth it. Little harsh given the rather soft nose. With a chemical after taste. I can sympathise with the earlier remarks to the white bottle. Far better similarly priced malts to try.
29th April 2016
Pleasant enough, but rough like a bourbon with the colour of Tizer! A bit too sweet for my liking.
3rd March 2016
Hadn't seen it before and was lured by the description that reminded me of Pendryn. There is a similar blend of flavours in the drinking, but a jolt of aftertaste that is a little bitter. Not as smooth as it could be and the nose is quite light. I definitely wouldn't get it again given a choice.
29th February 2016
Great highland malt
22nd January 2016
Lovely smooth highland malt. Highly recommended.
Had this as a present for my 50th but was disappointed I'm a Penderyn fan and this Was no where new it - not my taste at all sorry quite harsh on the palate
17th January 2016
A Christmas gift from my daughter and it was a joyful surprise. Lovely just to sip on its own or with a hint of water. I would gladly accept this again and particularly enjoy the mellow aftertaste. A good one.
10th January 2016
I have just got two bottles of this for Christmas from different sources and was pleasantly suprised. a very complex whisky very enjoyable to drink so many different flavours exploding in the mouth a lovely whisky to sit and sip while chilling out . It will definitely be on my shopping list in future.
4th January 2016
This whisky was a bit more peatier than I expected although definitely a warming and overall a complexity off flavours that just come one after the other.
25th December 2015
31st October 2015
No age statement, so not old...and no mention of sherry casks...yet this has a remarkably dark hue...which tells me that colouring or flavouring has been added. A shame, as the malt underneath is good. Unfortunately it's overly sweet and bitter as it is. Reminds me very much of Whyte & Mackays 'double marriage' blend...
27th October 2015
One of the best whiskies I've ever tasted, came across it by accident in a supermarket and have had several bottles since, highly recommendable even though it's a bit more expensive than others. Well worth the extra few pounds.
31st July 2015
Nice spice and all things malt. This has sweet fruity taste and leaves a lovely smoky after taste. Simple yet effective..... its a must try.Sp
25th March 2015
this has to be my favourite whiskey I've tried in 2014 and 15. lovely dark sweet and rich complex flavours. one to contend with.
28th February 2015