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Aged in bourbon casks for 18 years, this is a delicious single malt from the Glen Scotia distillery in Campbeltown, now with new packaging and at the higher bottling strength of 46%abv.
Nose: Honeyed, creamy aromas of vanilla and mixed dried fruits. Peppery.
Palate: Lemon curd and marmalade. Gingerbread and baking spices. Manuka honey, peach nectar and caramel.
Finish: Woody, spiced finish.
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It's like watching Premier League football. Your boys have just signed that young lad, from the French league, who absolutely shone in last year's African Cup of Nations and he walks on the pitch, for his debut, in the most incredibly ornate football boots. They're not just football boots; they're art ...and you're immediately both excited and anxious, because if that lad isn't brilliant, everyone's gonna feel slightly embarrassed.That is where we are with Glen Scotia's packaging. It is art ...and the contents had better be a match!Well... It is. Sweet, smooth, soft, delicate, complex.The young lad made one and scored one. A beautiful malt.
21st January 2016