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Mackmyra Vinterglöd

(70cl, 46.1%)

Mackmyra Vinterglöd

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Mackmyra Vinterglöd Bottling Note

Mackmyra Vinterglöd (winter glow) is a Swedish single malt whisky that was inspired by the Swedish winter tradition of drinking mulled wine during winter. It was matured in casks that previously held Swedish mulled wine and Pedro Ximénez sherry.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Christmas cake spice cuts through blood orange and red berries. Aromas of burnt toffee popcorn, caramel fudge and a little marzipan develop throughout.

Palate: Blackcurrant, pink grapefruit and a little floral barley blend with caramelised almonds and tobacco leaves.

Finish: Oak spice and ginger linger with a little cherry.

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Mackmyra Vinterglöd Reviews

Winter warmer

Another fantastic whisky from Mackmyra, it manages to blend a lot of sweetness on the initial nose but also has a spicy kick to it as well, really nice drop

20th January 2019

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