Glen Scotia Double Cask Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 46%
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Glen Scotia Double Cask
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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Glen Scotia
Style Single Malt Whisky

Glen Scotia Double Cask

Ooh, looks like the Glen Scotia range has had a bit of a redesign! They've gone for quite a classic, refined design this time, and have even introduced a selection of new expressions, including the Glen Scotia Double Cask! This Campbeltown single malt is finished in a combination of first-fill bourbon barrels and Pedro Ximénez Sherry casks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Vibrant fruit emerges first (peach flesh and green apple peels), followed by chewy vanilla fudge, a hint of salinity, then an array of oak-y spices including some char.

Palate Opens with more fudge with a little dusting of powdered sugar. Powerful, oily and a touch herbaceous with some German brandy character.

Finish Sherried notes come through more on the finish.

Winner of 7 spirit awards

Best Campbeltown Single Malt - 2020
World Whiskies Awards
Category Winner
Category Winner
Best Campbeltown Single Malt - 2020
World Whiskies Awards
Category Winner
Category Winner
Campbeltown Single Malt No Age Statement - 2020
World Whiskies Awards
Single Malt - No Age Statement - 2019
Scottish Whisky Awards
Best Campbeltown Single Malt - 2016
World Whiskies Awards

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Glen Scotia Double Cask
Fast delivery
Amazed at speed of delivery ordered midday on standard delivery. Expecting arrival in 3 to 5 days. Delivered within 24 hours. Impressed
Paul McGovern , United Kingdom
6 months ago
Run and Raisin
I’m not sure about all of these reviews that bang on about the nose, earthy, etc. all you need to know is it tastes lovely. I have a sweet tooth generally and there’s a rich flavour of sherry and raisins: it’s not far off a whisky version of rum and raisin ice cream if you ask me. Regardless, there was no bitterness and a double measure lasted an age as i savoured it. Mega smooth. Best whisky I’ve ever tasted. it blows any of the Jura into next year. Taste is subjective but love this.
Cliff R , United Kingdom
9 months ago
Dark sweetness
I tried this alongside the Glenkinchie and the Tamadhu, and this one came up tops, marginally.

It was very similar to the Tamadhu, but I could get more notes out of this. Completely different to the Glenkinchie, which was just too peaty/mossy/coppery for me.

For this on the nose, it was just absolutely fresh with citrus and grapfruit coming through - think 4711!

On the tongue, salted caramel up front, an earthy body and a sweet but hot cinnamon finish.

After opening up with a drop of water, more burnt or darker toffee came through, with white flowers on the nose and a smokey finish.

Tamadhu 12 - I gave 6/10
Glenkinchie 12 - 7/10
This - 7.5/10
David T , United Kingdom
11 months ago
Great value, solid flavour profile
I prefer a whisky that's chewy, salty or smoky. This has a defined marine flavour, tempered by the sherry and oak for added complexity. A respectable cousin to Springbank which has become as rare as hens teeth of late.
Robert M , United Kingdom
one year ago
Enjoyed it
You get what it says on the label, classic Campbellton taste and aroma
Lorna S , United Kingdom
one year ago
Highly recommended
Exceptional value malt, clear Sherry influence with a nice kick of peat in the background
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Bland and forgetable
To be honest, this doesn't taste of much. Drinkable yet forgetable.
If it was priced like Loch Lomond Original, I wouldn't mind, but it's priced like Inchmurrin, and that's a much more flavourful dram.
Thought the 15 would do the business, but really wasn't impressed. Much prefer Longrow and Kilkerran of the Campbeltowns
Hugh S , United Kingdom
one year ago
lovely oaks
I was pleasantly surprised by this for the money, it is my intro to the distillery, but I am definitely going to look at the 15 or the victoriana now - as I could quite easily daily drink this
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Ok but nowt to write home about
A bit of a disappointment, this one. It’s harsh tasting without any of the redeeming features you’d find across the water on Islay. At the same time it’s a bit generic, a little nondescript. Look, it’s s decent single malt so it’s ok. But in the pantheon of Scotch it’s nothing special. I’ll certainly finish the bottle but I won’t buy another one.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Brilliant value for money 🙂🙂
Richard S , United Kingdom
2 years ago