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Glen Scotia 15 Year Old Whisky

(70cl, 46%)

Glen Scotia 15 Year Old
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Glen Scotia 15 Year Old Bottling Note

This is the 15 year old single malt Scotch whisky from Glen Scotia in the Campbeltown region, released in 2015 as part of a redesign for their range. The distillers use specially selected American oak casks to age this expression, which compliment the fruit-forward and subtly coastal whisky rather well.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Lots of rich fruit here - apricot jam, satsuma segments and apple pie. Wafts of sea breeze and baking spices develop after a minute.

Palate Vanilla and fruit, with ginger and cinnamon bring a subtle dryness to it.

Finish Quite long with continuing spice.

Reviews for Glen Scotia 15 Year Old
My first foray into this distillery has brought me much pleasure. Smooth and tasteful.
James A , United Kingdom
one month ago
Liquid blowtorch
That was the last straw. Bought the 15 way back when Ralfy gave it praise and it was lovely. Every bottle since have been crap imo and now I draw a line. Just awful palate, like drinking a blowtorch.
Bengt , Sweden
2 months ago
A quality Campbeltown dram
Subtle malt on the nose without any prickling. The back palate is enriched with dark chocolate cremated cinder toffee and deep ginger, and rather strong on the finish.
Master of Malt Customer
5 months ago
Master of Malt Customer
10 months ago
So friggin gooooodd
Absolutely mouth watering, like a peppered steak. It's delectable and spicy at the same time. Pure pepper bomb
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
One of my favorites
Incredible in my opinion, 4 to 5 flavors all marry together almost seamlessly to create a perfect scotch experience. I could swish this around my mouth and it's one of the few scotches I can say that about. While 46% isn't the highest abv imaginable, it's respectable and amazing to me the thicker mouthfeel this has and simply the smoothness in the mouth.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
I really don't get what everyone is so impressed with
After letting the Double Cask oxidise for a week or so, I started to pick out some interesting flavours beyond the burn, so took a punt on this

Nose is subtle. Bit of malt. Taste is a little simple and bland, with a burn on the finish. I would say Longrow CV has more flavour and interest, and is much cheaper.

Underwhelmed, and for this money, really not imp
Hugh S , United Kingdom
2 years ago
A. Proper. Whisky.
Good mouthfeel. Properly alcoholic so has plenty of wallop. Smooth on the nose and in the mouth. Reminds me of Oban 14. Lovely raisins and dates with floral spicing. Thanks to the chap in the whisky shop in Oban for recommending it.
Jezza H , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Lovely stuff
This is an unusual whisky in that it tastes unlike any other bourbon matured whisky that I've tried , its lovely stuff just disappointed that its coloured with e150 , so 4 stars instead of 5 because of that.
James M , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Absolutely stunning!
I'm enjoying this enormously. While not overly sweet, the depth and complexity of fruit notes on the nose and the palate are huge, and perfectly balanced with dry, spicy oak and beautifully integrated subtle smoke and "maritime" notes. And, much as I can enjoy a good sherry cask dram, I think the lack of any sherry influence here only adds to the uniqueness of this splendid whisky.

At £60-70 a bottle I would consider this outstanding. At the current price it is nothing short of amazing.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago

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