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Singleton of Dufftown 12 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Singleton of Dufftown 12 Year Old
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Singleton of Dufftown 12 Bottling Note

A straightforward, nutty and malty single malt from Speyside, the Singleton of Dufftown was released to replace the Singleton of Auchroisk. It’s aged in a high proportion of European oak casks.

If you're looking to use this little stunner in a cocktail, then you could do a lot worse than making a classic Highball. You can find a recipe for one right here.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Malty with cereal/barley sweetness, buttery toast, wood shavings, hay and walnut.

Palate: Orange zest spiciness perks up a malty core of nuts, oak and toffee, hints of cut grass.

Finish: Oaky, rich with good length, some fruit lingers.

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Singleton of Dufftown 12 Year Old Reviews

Love it

An easy drinking drop of nectar. Not too harsh, but still a whisky with character. In my opinion it tastes as good as , or better , than some more than twice it's price. Speyside rules

2nd September 2021

Oh dear

Along with Old Pulteney 12 this has to be one of the worst 12 years olds on the market. Bland and completely uninspiring

3rd July 2021

My Go to Whisky

My new favourite whisky- light fruity with a lovely finish

2nd July 2021

An acceptable cocktail mixer

Thank you for the unexpected and free 50cl sample with my latest order, nevertheless my review is my honest and unbiased opinion. This 12yo single malt whisky, at 40% alcohol, is harsh on the palate, lacking in subtlety, and has no discernible complexity on a remarkably short finish.
I would recommend it as a cocktail mixer.

29th June 2021

Check your expectations

This reminded me a lot of Balvenie. Raisiny, quite dry, a little nutty. I'm baffled by all the hate in the negative reviews. There are some awful blends out there and some very underwhelming single malts but this is a far cry from either. It might not be to your taste but it's a solid whisky and very good value for £25 or less.

18th June 2021

Light, zesty, smooth

At this price it rates very highly. Sweet and fruity notes lend to an exceptionaly smooth finish. If you prefer peatier, eathier single malts then this is not for you. I personally wouldnt waste it with a mixer. It's a whisky you can drink more than you intended to very easily.

1st May 2021

Nope

I bought 200ml today, I finished it but.. this is not a single malt you would be happy with. Some strange flavours going on, but outside of that. Very basic single malt with low flavour contrast.

Whiskybase rates it 74% avg, don't know what the youtuber's feel about it but.. skip this.

18th March 2021

Bushfire

Absolute shit. Burnt taste. Like drinking from a stream during a bushfire. Zero flavour, just horrible. I will give it away, homeless will probably reject it.
Very disappointed.
My regular is glendronach, macallan. Metho and boot polish would be better.

12th March 2021

Ok, lacking in identity but drinkable

A little harsh for a 12yo, the flavour is neither light nor rich. It lacks identity but isn’t the worst dram by any means, a few drops of water helps to open it up. When bought on offer sub £25 it represents good value for an entry level malt.

18th February 2021

Great whisky at brilliant price

This is a lovely whisky very good value for money I wouldn’t call it an out and out Speyside just nice , everything has to be value for money , not that the best , I enjoy Lagavulin Ardbeg , Talisker , Arran , Longrow ,and this to many people put a price on what’s good, enjoy

17th February 2021

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