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Glen Scotia Victoriana Cask Strength

(70cl, 54.2%)

Glen Scotia Victoriana Cask Strength

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Glen Scotia Victoriana CS Bottling Note

Glen Scotia's Victoriana sees the Campbeltown distillery's single malt drawn from casks with a particularly heavy char profile, imparting plenty of rich, roasty-toasty notes. This, however, is the Victoriana Cask Strength expression. It's obvious what the difference here is - it's bottle at cask strength, a robust 54.2% ABV, which helps bolster those aforementioned roasty-toasty notes.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Elegantly oak-y, with notes of toasty sugar and citrus peels.

Palate: More fruit forward on the nose, with dark berry juiciness at its core.

Finish: Orchard fruits dusted with dark chocolate.

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Glen Scotia Victoriana Cask Strength Reviews

8/10, great taste.

Great Whisky. Great Rich flavours as described which do linger in a good way, good on the nose, one I would buy again.

27th May 2020

Ready and ready


17th May 2020

Nice, interesting, overpriced...

A good quality dram, with an interesting flavour that does stimulate the taste buds and certainly lingers. But at nearly 70 quid it’s a tad overpriced in my opinion. If this was £40-45 I would recommend it, but I just can’t taste £70 worth of value here and there are far more impressive drams available at this price point.

11th May 2020

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