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Scapa Skiren

(70cl, 40%)

Scapa Skiren

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Scapa Skiren Bottling Note

A 2015 addition to the Scapa range, the Skiren is a handsomely honey'd single malt Scotch whisky which has been distilled in the Scotch whisky industry's only remaining working Lomond Still! It was matured in first fill American oak casks, bringing plenty of vanilla and honey notes to the table. The name comes from the Old Norse word for "glittering bright skies"...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Runny honey and fresh cream. Hints of apple and a touch of anise. Maybe some crushed nuts, too...

Palate: Continued honey warmth and richness. Sparks of juicy pear and lemon peel. Touches of oak develop further on, bringing some balancing spice.

Finish: Medium length and a bit sweet, with oak lasting too.

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Scapa Skiren Reviews

Best whisky but expensive

I try lot of whisky. I pove soft, seeet shisky. Finaly found the perfect one, and this is the scapa skiren. After some bottle bought the 16 y, and that was 2 times more taste more. But for me the skiren is very good one. 1 negative thing the price, the bottle have more the value around je €40 max I THINK.

7th May 2021

Try it, you won’t be disappointed.

Excellent, mild with lots of character.

25th February 2021

Nice sweet whisky

There are batch numbers on the labels SK.. 05 .. the whisky is poor in the lower numbers but around 10 onward is much improved

27th January 2021

Sickly sweet

I was expecting something more. Smooth, sweet, boring and forgettable. Perfectly drinkable though, especially by those who don't like peat.

1st January 2021

Do not buy

Well, the skies have not glittered for me here, after initial layer wears off {and quickly}, remains are thin and lacklustre.
Huge disappointment... Spend your coin on whatever else

24th December 2020

Just right

I really liked that fact that this was a very light subtle whisky. Very easy to sip neat.

12th December 2020

Not good

Very sweet at first with a taste of flowers but then leaves a taste of burnt plastic in the mouth

3rd December 2020

Great nose followed by huge disappointment: Overpriced

Thin and watery with shape and bitter aftertaste. Tried the Skiren NAS and the 16 year old and it got worse with ages. Part of the Chivas family and frankly speaking I’d rather drink the blended offering. I would entertain if it was £25. Overpriced and disappointing

22nd September 2020

Wonderful present

Enjoyed a bottle light fresh and easy on the palate A wonderful Father’s Day present

5th September 2020

The undiscovered country

Nose: Smell the roar of the sea. 

Palate: Brine thrashing through what appears to be sweet peat, but I feel is pears.

After: As the waves of sweet brine recede, you wallow in the mists of remarkable phenolic subtlety.

5th July 2020

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