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Glen Breton Rare 10 Year Old (40%)

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Breton Rare 10 Year Old (40%)

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Glen Breton Rare 10yo 40% Bottling Note

A 10 year old single malt whisky from the Glen Breton range, produced in the great white north - Canada! Produced at the Glenora Distillery in Nova Scotia, which was founded back in 1990, Glen Breton 10 Year Old is matured in American oak casks. This is a 40% abv bottling.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Vanilla and fragrant, fruit spice and toasty oak.

Palate: Sultanas, nutmeg, honey and a little milk chocolate.

Finish: Cereal and dried apple.

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Glen Breton Rare 10 Year Old (40%) Reviews

A pleasant surprise

A "typical" Canadian whisky is a blended grain whisky; it's spicy, oaky, sweet, and has an underlying taste of orange pith.

Glen Breton is NOT your typical Canadian whisky, being a single malt. The taste and feel of it reminded me of Speyside single malts, but more lively. The nose and palate are very evolutive, with dominant notes of honey and applesauce.

If you love single malts and want to discover the beautiful variety and creativity of Canadian whiskies, you really have to try Glen Breton. It's well worth the price, I daresay.

12th June 2016

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