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Appearance: Deep gold, polished mahogany highlights.
Nose: Toasted nut and rich fruit aromas. Adding a touch of water brings out the classic Speyside fruit-sweet aromas.
Body: Light to medium.
Palate: Sweetness and crunchy nuts, then smooth fruity richness. Firm, with a balancing sweetness; hints of blackcurrant, brown sugar and espresso coffee. Warming and pleasant.
Finish: Medium to long, elegantly drying and crisp with a delayed, lingering warmth.
Auchentoshan means "corner of the field" in Gaelic. Auchentoshan was founded in 1823 located next to the Clyde River. According to Marc Hoffmann’s book “Whiskey,” it was “rebuilt in 1875...
Tasting Notes Appearance: Golden honey. Nose: At full strength, heady, nose prickle, pear drops and tightly integrated heather, resin and sweet honey-nut notes. Enticing. Intriguing. With a little water, still...
Cragganmore is a distillery with well over a 100 years of distilling behind it in tradition (if not in steady ownership) and whose scotches are considered lightly peated. Cragganmore 12yr...