Scotch Single Malt - Highland - 2013
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Nose: Gentle, balanced with orchard fruits, oak, blossom, orange too, creamy vanilla, toffee.
Palate: Creamy and soft with a prominence of fruit and malt. Balanced, some toffee, caramel, citrus.
Finish: A long, soft finish.
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Did a 12, 15, 18 tasting liked the 12 the best. The 15 has a nice, light blonde color. The nose was sweet, oaky and had dried fruit. A bit more "alcohol" was detected than the 12 but still light and fresh. The palate was oakey with dried fruit and a slight amount of honey. The finish was medium in length and added a bit of nuttiness to the mix. Seemed a little more harsh than the twelve I thought...probably due to the oak.
11th April 2015
I picked this up after finishing a bottle of the 12. I preferred the 12 but this is good nonetheless.
11th December 2013
Absolutely a joy to drink!I'm a big fan of a more subtle whisky and this really hits the spot.Light with mild citrus, fruit and cream influences. With a super soft finish this definitely one for the straight whisky drinker!
14th April 2013
Absolutely marvellous. A typical bourbon barrels whisky, showing tremendous interplay between spirit and white oak. Superb complexity yet fresh!!!
22nd June 2011