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SPEY 12 Year Old Limited Release

(70cl, 46%)

SPEY 12 Year Old Limited Release

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SPEY 12yo Limited Release Bottling Note

An exciting, limited edition cask finished whisky from the Speyside Distillery! This is a limited release of SPEY 12 Year Old, with the single malt initially aged in bourbon casks, before it was then treated to a finish in Tawny Port casks. Just 3,000 bottles have been released, with heaps of red fruit influence from the cask to be enjoyed.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Hints of banana and custard followed by red flowers and raspberry jam, and a handful of orchard fruits.

Palate: Milk chocolate and toasted almond, with notes of red grape appearing.

Finish: Blackcurrant jam and tinned pear linger.

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SPEY 12 Year Old Limited Release Reviews

Don’t miss

Now had two bottles of this and can only say don’t miss it, it’s absolutely fabulous. I don’t do it tastes of xyz, did I enjoy yes, would I buy it again, yes I have.

2nd April 2021

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