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The Singleton of Glendullan Master's Art (Old Bottling)

(100cl, 40%)

The Singleton of Glendullan Master's Art (Old Bottling)

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Glendullan Master's (Old) Bottling Note

Originally released for the Travel Retail market, this Glendullan was given a finishing period in Muscat wine casks. The Malt Master behind this one was Glendullan's Maureen Robinson.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Grassy malt and fresh pear, with zesty hints of juicy orange popping up every once in a while.

Palate: Toffee and milk chocolate, followed by another splash of orchard fruits.

Finish: A slight touch of orange oil and sponge cake.

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Singleton of Glendullan Master's Art (Old Bottling) Reviews

Very smooth. Wonderful flavours.

This is a wonderfully unique single malt. Bravo!!

2nd June 2017

Best of the line

My favorite of the singleton line, followed closely by the trinity. The masters art is a scotch the is solid and won't disappoint.

17th March 2017

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