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anCnoc Rascan

(70cl, 46%)

anCnoc Rascan

Unfortunately, we can't ship anCnoc Rascan to the United States at the moment, but we've got some friends who can.

anCnoc Rascan Bottling Note

A 2015 addition to the range of peated anCnoc single malts, once again with a name reference a traditional peat-harvesting tool. The Rascan has been peated to 11.1 PPM (only just higher than the Rutter, which is peated to 11 PPM) and aged in American ex-bourbon barrels for "nearly a decade", according to the distillers at Knockdhu. Rascan is also a rather fun word to say - always a plus.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey and orange (perhaps a little bit of apple too), complimented by developing, earthy peat smoke.

Palate: Peat is more pronounced on the palate, though well balanced with handfuls of sweet vanilla. A touch of old leather, too.

Finish: Light and elegant as it ends, the last hint of smoke slowly fading out.

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anCnoc Rascan Reviews

Favourite Dram

The perfect amalgamation of Speyside and Islay flavour profiles. Fruity, peaty, light and well balanced. I particularly liked the hint of apple on the nose, and the light finish at the end. A beautiful gateway whisky for people who'd like to be introduced to the peaty-ness of Islay whiskies. My only problem with it is that I simply can't get enough of it!

14th February 2018

Pale & interesting

Feels more than 11.1ppm on the peat front, not usually one to put water in but a tiny drop does open this one up, very pale in colour and tastes a little young but all in all a pleasent dram.

20th March 2017

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