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MacNair’s Lum Reek 10 Year Old (Batch 1)

(70cl, 55.4%)

MacNair’s Lum Reek 10 Year Old (Batch 1)

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Lum Reek 10yo #1 Bottling Note

A cask strength, ten year old, deliciously peated blended malt Scotch whisky from the MacNair's Lum Reek range – and it's the first batch of it, no less! Malt whiskies from across Speyside, the Highlands, and Islay, are blended with GlenAllachie, and left to mature in a combination of virgin oak casks, sherry casks, and wine barriques.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Red berries, smoky oak, brandy snaps, and baked earth.

Palate: Banana fritters, melted chocolate, sweet cinnamon and smoky paprika, caramelised peanuts.

Finish: Damson, caramel, and a final flourish of smoke.

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MacNair’s Lum Reek 10 Year Old (Batch 1) Reviews

Amazing

An amazing whisky, pure and simple. Amazing, this is not hyperbole.

30th November 2022

diversity and unity

Each flavor is distinct and harmonious.

30th March 2022

Great stuff

More characteristically Glenallachie than the 21 (which I love). Definitely one to enjoy whilst sitting indoors, watching the wind howl outside.

19th February 2022

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