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Royal Salute 21 Year Old Beach Polo Edition 2018

(70cl, 40%)

Royal Salute 21 Year Old Beach Polo Edition 2018

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Royal Salute Polo 2018 Bottling Note

A limited edition bottling of Royal Salute 21 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, celebrating Beach Polo. It's like regular Polo, except instead of in water, it's on horses, and instead of on land, it's on the beach. Which is close to water. Feels like there's some sort of full-circle thing going on here...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey-coated apricots and freshly zesty tangerines. Layers of tulip, dry grass and salted toffee underneath the fruit.

Palate: Caramel-drizzled banana, cooked pear, filo pastry and old oak furniture - the latter leading to soft peaty embers.

Finish: Drying malty notes, with a final hint of sugared dates.

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Royal Salute 21 Year Old Beach Polo Edition 2018 Reviews

Immersion and condisating

Got the impression that if you tried pouring it, it would almost flow into a glass. Very wet liquid you could see the moistness of the liquid in the glass, one would assume it could evaporate if left a few months. I am sure that bottling it was a diliberate act by the distillery to avoid having a puddle.

18th October 2018

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