Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Speyside
Style Single Malt Whisky

SPEY Trutina

A well-balanced single malt from the SPEY range released in late 2016 (alongside their first peated whisky - Fumare) matured in bourbon casks. The name comes from a Latin way of expressing balance, and the whisky certainly falls in line with that idea. A release of 18,000 bottles.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Chocolate cheesecake, candied orange and fresh barley.

Palate Almonds, buttered bread, orchard blossoms. Crisp and refreshing.

Finish Medium length with notes of sugared peels.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Gold
Gold
Single Malt No Age Statement - 2020
International Spirits Challenge
Bronze
Bronze
Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for SPEY Trutina
Classy dram
Classy dram!
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
great finish
on to my third bottle and my preferred tipple will drink many a dram more before i'm done .
try it you won't be disappointed
Mr G.A. C , United Kingdom
3 years ago
GreatbSpeysidebMalt
One of the best Malts ever
Great nose, crisp rounded palate
Lasting finish
John W , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Perfect Summer dram
Colour and smell, almost like a white wine. Sweet Vanilla and apples taste, with a sweet sugary finish. I really enjoyed this, yes its not complex at all, but its the perfect summer dram. Too easy to drink. Great price
Alasdair G , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Not bad, but a touch sharp.
I get apple and vanilla, on the nose, with a touch of the grain.

Brown bread & butter is a fine tasting note, from The Chaps, above. Just a slightly sharp edge to it, but quite refreshing - would make a good aperitif.

I was brought a 20cl bottle of this, and the Chairman's Choice, by a friend who visited the distillery, and the Chairman's would definitely be my recommendation, despite the extra cash.

This is far from bad, but I think I can find better, for less.

Ian
Ian R , Spain
4 years ago
A good summer dram
A typical speyside whisky. The nose and the palate are the same. Apple, fruity, citrus, vanila almond sweetness. Floral. Colour and taste almost like white wine.

Although not very complex, but is very pleasant and very easy to drink. This is a very good summer, day time whisky. The finish is medium thanks to the 46% abv, but with a hint of tannic note and some roughness around the edges to remind you that this whisky is young.

Overall quite balance. Certainly worth a try unless you are peat head. Is quite easy to finish a bottle because of its fruity, white wine like character.

One thing i must comment is the packaging and the bottle. Top class for its price point.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Buy both x
Bought both, tried Fumare buy itself... smooth, but then add water.. awesome sweet and smooth. Then we had the Trutina xxxxxx oh my giddy aunt, no water required! XX LOVE it
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Great taste
We only had a 20 ce bottle we brought back from our trip to Scotland. My son in law and I found it to be the best tasting Scotch we ever tasted and drank. Our spouses, liked it as well; we would have needed a 75 cl. Can’t wait to get back to buy some more
Richard R , Canada
5 years ago
A very nice dram
This is a really delightful light malt, they have made a perfect balance, the pallet is light and fragrant.
Job well done to the boys and girls at Spey.
Mark B , United Kingdom
6 years ago