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Three Ships 12 Year Old

(70cl, 46.3%)

Three Ships 12 Year Old

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Three Ships 12 Year Old Bottling Note

A 12 year old South African single malt whisky here from the James Sedgwick Distillery, released as part of the much-loved Three Ships range. It was aged in a selection of American whiskey casks for a dozen years, and bottled up at 46.3% ABV. Master distillery Andy Watts and his team have done a cracking job here!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sponge cake with cream and jam, with some apricot thrown in for good measure. A smidge of smoke wafts in later on.

Palate: The smoky notes at a bit more upfront on the palate, though fragrant vanilla and honey remain in charge.

Finish: Apple, coffee and walnut cake, a touch of forest floor.

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Three Ships 12 Year Old Reviews

Intriguing and not something to screw your nose up at.

Nose is smokey and woody fibrous smell with floral hints with a sweet almost warm biscuit, taste is peppery oak/wood has a hint of sweetness in the background, there is a foremost taste but I cant put my finger on what it is, but will get there towards the end of the bottle. The aftertaste is coffee but a more of the tanning/pulp flavor of coffee, similar really to the woody fibrous smells to start. Interesting flavor but worth try, defiantly one to puzzle the affluent "exclusive Scottish malt drinkers".

30th June 2021

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