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Filey Bay Moscatel Cask Finish

(70cl, 46%)

Filey Bay Moscatel Cask Finish

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Filey Bay Moscatel Cask Bottling Note

The first cask finished release from The Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery's Filey Bay range. Following an initial maturation in bourbon casks, it was transferred to Spanish hogsheads which previously held Moscatel for a finishing period. Just 6,000 bottles were released, full of creamy tropical sweetness.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Brown sugar and ripe tropical fruit, with tinned pineapple and nectarine, followed by white pepper and orange peel.

Palate: Candied orange and muscovado sugar, with baking spices, dusty cocoa and crisp apple, with a kick of ginger.

Finish: Dried banana and cooked pineapple, with toasty oak spice.

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Filey Bay Moscatel Cask Finish Reviews

Just brilliant

Just brilliant! I can see this appealing to many palates. For a young whisky it has depth and the Moscatel finish has added a layer of flavour to round off a beautiful dram.

21st June 2020

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