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Glen Scotia 21 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Glen Scotia 21 Year Old

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We can't actually ship Glen Scotia 21 Year Old to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Glen Scotia 21 Bottling Note

A very interestingly packaged whisky, this Glen Scotia comes with a ferocious-looking highland cow on the bottle. It was aged for 21 years and has a fantastic flavour.

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Dailuaine 20yo TBWC

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Ground mixed nuts and spice. Hints of citrus rind and toffee.

Palate: Treacle and hints of gingernut biscuits. Tropical fruit and a malt.

Finish: Creamy, sweet finish with manuka honey and toasted pecans.

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Glen Scotia 21 Year Old Reviews

Ignore the packaging, this is great whisky

I hate the lurid red bottle that conceals the gorgeous golden nectar within and though I am a lover of Cambletown whiskies, it put me off for a long time. I finally gave in and bought the 12 and the 21. The 12 is immediately satisfying and reminds me of my first taste of whisky as a kid. The 21 is deeper, more complex and ultimately more gratifying (as it should be given the price).

46% is in my opinion the perfect strength for most whiskies. The mouth feel is perfect. It is warming without being harsh. The nose contains strong citrus, dried fruits, winter spice and peaches. The palate is spicy and fresh with chewy malt and strong citrus again but giving way to a light tarriness and hints of old rope with a tang of rockpool. The finish is long and smooth with a light pepperiness dying away to sweet malt.

16th February 2016

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