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Teaninich 5 Year Old - Glen Cooper

(70cl, 46%)

Teaninich 5 Year Old - Glen Cooper

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Teaninich 5yo Glen Cooper Bottling Note

5 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the Teaninich distillery in the Highlands, independently bottled for the Glen Cooper range. Somewhat quite and unassuming (and overlooked), Teaninich produced some cracking whiskies with plenty of nutty notes and fresh fruit elements shining though - and this is a tasty example.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sugared citrus peels and juicy apricot, alongside a hint of sponge cake.

Palate: Heavy malt, almond and green apple. Slow build of diced kitchen herbs and black pepper.

Finish: Chocolate peanuts, honey and lemon.

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Teaninich 5 Year Old - Glen Cooper Reviews


I am not a great master at describing all the nuances of aroma, taste and aftertaste. Glen Cooper Teaninich 5 years was bought by me in Moscow in the Miratorg network. For a reasonable price, this is a decent drink that you can safely keep in your home bar, like whiskey for every day. He "bites" a little, alcohols are quite daring, you need to let the drink live in a glass. It tends to open up again from a new side, but not always for the better, I don’t know what it’s connected with. Yesterday you like him, tomorrow you put the glass aside, and the next day he is good again))

17th March 2021

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