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Scapa 15 Year Old 1993 - Cask Strength Edition (Chivas Brothers)

(50cl, 57.1%)

Scapa 15 Year Old 1993 - Cask Strength Edition (Chivas Brothers)

Scapa 15 1993 Bottling Note

A cask strength, straight from the cask bottling of Scapa. This was distilled in 1993 and bottled by Chivas Brothers in 2009.

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Scapa 15 Year Old 1993 - Cask Strength Edition (Chivas Brothers) Reviews

Bloody gorgeous

The nicest whisky I have tasted this year. Lovely taste and a strange hint of smokey despite it not having smoke or peat! If you can find it - enjoy!

2nd July 2016

keep learning

Yes Yigit Isiker, keep learnning. I think this is a very good whisky along with all the other batches I`ve from the cask strength edition.

11th August 2013

Yigit Isiker

Be happy to keep learning

7th January 2012

Scapa Cask Strength 15yr old, bottled 2009

Being relatively new to the appreciation of single malts this was my first taste of a "cask strength" edition. It is simply unlike any whisky, malt or otherwise, I have tasted before. Intense, straight up the nose, with a burst of orange & grapefruit and the most satisfyingly smooth and warm afterburn, this is going to take some beating.

I must say I'm not a great fan of "smoky" malts as yet, I much prefer those with a clean, citrus flavour along with hints of wood and saltyness, but I'm happy to keep learning.

In the meantime though, this is my current #1 malt. Bliss in a glass.

16th June 2010

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