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Strathisla 12 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Strathisla 12 Year Old

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Strathisla 12 Year Old Bottling Note

Strathisla 12 Year Old is a fruity and sherry-rich single malt from one of the oldest Scottish distilleries in operation (and a very handsome one at that - the pair of pagodas atop Strathmill make for a very striking image on the horizon). A perfect single malt for people new to the wonders of whisky,as its easy to sip and enjoy the sweet toffee flavour.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Soft oak and hints of candied peel. A little floral character too, with notes of spice and Danish pastries.

Palate: Malty core with notes of sultanas and cinnamon pastries. Allspice, cooked apple and mince pies.

Finish: Long finish. Very fruity.

Overall: A good all-rounder - excellent value for money...

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Strathisla 12 Year Old Reviews

5 stars

This is just a fantastic whisky, the perfect nightcap. I was lucky that my niece bought a bottle for me last Christmas.

Don Clapham , Blackpool

4th December 2020

Bang for the buck

Good everyday whisky.

15th July 2020

needs to breath

When I first opened the bottle I was not blown away but as it has neared the half way point it has opened up lots. Sweet and tasty

3rd March 2020

a lovely dram

I thoroughly enjoy this whisky particularly for its long after taste. The problem now is that I seem not to be able to purchase it any more! Why is this? Can somebody tell me?

22nd January 2020

So good value for money.

This is my House Whisky. You’ll always return to this one. Sort of a benchmark to me.

2nd November 2019

Am still looking here in the states for the 12 year Strathisla

Just came back from Scotland and talked to the Strathisla distillery. Told them that I no longer could find it in the states. They changed the label, and it is now available under the label as Chivas Regal Strathisla. As info, Chivas Regal 18 yr olds blend is comprised of mostly Strathisla and is real smooth and taste even better.

13th October 2019

Try it if you can still find a bottle!

I've heard this has been discontinued which is a shame. This whisky is one of the best quality/price single malt I've tasted.
You won't find any good Speyside single malt at this price.
Try it if you can still find a bottle!

15th July 2019

Be circumspect when reviewing

Began taking a pre-dinner whisky on a daily basis in 1969 &, over the years, have refined it to a measure, or two, of decent blended stuff with added hard water - the Scots' will crucify me - at room temperature to elicit the subtleties of even an average brew (Americans' take note; no bloody ice) followed by a neat measure of Strathisla 12 which brings out the best in its subtle nose & flavour. Often content myself with simply sampling the nose for a good minute - time it; quite a long time -before moving on. Longmorn 15-y-o, non chill filtered, was rather superior to the new, fancy bottled, 16-y-o offering. MacAllan is also now a shadow of its former self.

11th May 2019

One of my favourites

Creamy, fruity, cinnamon and oh so smooth. May lack the complexities for seasoned whisky drinkers but very pleasant and easy drinking for most

23rd March 2019

Sophisticated, rewardingly complex.

Unexpectedly sophisticated, demanding a careful appraisal. Avoid rushing to judgement as this is a whisky the brings great rewards for the expert willing to be patient and understand its complexity.

29th December 2018

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