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Velvet Fig 25 Year Old (Wemyss Malts)

(70cl, 42.3%)

Velvet Fig 25 Year Old (Wemyss Malts)

Velvet Fig 25yo Wemyss Bottling Note

Wemyss Malts has given its Velvet Fig blended malt an older sibling! This 25 year old variation of Velvet Fig was made with five sherry casks of single malt from Speyside and the Highlands, as well as 15 sherry hogshead casks for unpeated Bunnahabhain, which were then filled into refill hosgheads to marry. Incredibly rich and flavoursome stuff, this.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dried fruit soaked in sherry, red liquorice, cinnamon sticks and a hint of cherry brandy.

Palate: Dark chocolate mousse, more raisins, cigar box, treacle tart and more festive spices.

Finish: Jammy sultana, dates, chocolate cake, walnut and caramel.

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Velvet Fig 25 Year Old (Wemyss Malts) Reviews


Stunning. Rich, fruity and a wonderfully lingering finish of spice, chocolate and sherry. Does indeed taste like a very classy Christmas indeed.

25th December 2020

Price Gouging

Been having this on my to-buy-list for a fair amount of time, sad to see it jump 20+ Euro overnight

27th August 2020

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