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Distilled at Tullibardine in the Highlands, this is a very tasty new whisky which was finished in a 225 litre cask (thus the name) which previously held maturing Sauternes dessert wine from Chateau Suduiraut. ...
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Cragganmore was founded in Ballindalloch, Speyside, in 1869 and was the first distillery to take advantage of the railway system for transportation, with its own railway siding on the Strathspey route. ...
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Reddish mahogany. Almost like an old port wine onthe nose, lovely rich vibrant tannins. Spicy Mulligatawny soup. Light citric notes giving way to stewed apples. Fresh fruit initially then almost like a ...
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Matured wholly in air-dried, hand-selected ex-bourbon casks, the ’unashamedly excellent’ Old Pulteney 12-years-old is the definitive expression in the Old Pulteney family. Traditionally crafted using techniques ...
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Pale amber in color.Fresh sherry embraces the maltier, more honeyed aspects of Dalwhinnie. Peaty and surprisingly, still heathery. Spicy yet grapy.A big, spicy buzz followed by an impressive build up of ...
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No. 6 is named after the six pillars of the Macallan’s heritage, foundations of the brand that include the Spiritual Home of Easter Elchies House—the 18th-century manor that remains the center ...
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Nose: Hazelnuts, spicy cinnamon, raisins, candied orange and floral touches up front. There’s quite a lot of sweetness, with some dry, leafy notes balancing barley sugar and vanilla fudge. Palate: Thick ...
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The Bunnahabhain Distillery (pronounced Boon-a-havn and meaning rivermouth in Gaelic) was built in 1881 on the north-eastern tip of the enchanting isle of Islay. It was incorporated in 1882 by the Islay ...
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The modern Tullibardine whisky distillery was reopened in 1947, and the spirit ran from the stills two years later. The site was once home to a brewery which allegedly brewed ale for King James IV’s ...
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Glenkinchie is a soft, sweetly aromatic malt from the ’Garden of Scotland’. It has a fresh, grassy sweetness balanced with a warning, dryish finish. Recommendations ’This is the smokiest of all Lowland ...
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The Loch Gorm releases are traditionally matured in ex Oloroso sherry butts and this latest edition is no exception. Where the 2015 version differs from the previous year is the use of sherry hogsheads ...
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The nose is quite light and well-balanced. There is a very soft peat with a gentle smoke. Notes of barley and malt extract with walnut and pine oil and a hint of iodine with notes of dried fruit and nuts. ...
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Straw Lovely delicate nose, vanillas,fresh cut grass and freshly varnished pine wood. Sweet caramel, toffee milk chocolate, very smooth. Nice long finish. May lack in colour but gives 110% in all other ...
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Antique gold, gentle aromas of oak, caramel, and a hint of vanilla and sea breeze. Light medium body, with a creamy texture. Soft, gentle flavors of vanilla, toffee, with an oaky finish.
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Curiositas uses a heavily peated malted barley as the cereal varietal to produce a unique, fresh, peated expression. This rare peated single malt, from the Heartland of Speyside, has wonderful overtones ...
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Scotland has five main growing regions, each with its own style and flavor profile. There is plenty of variety amongst the regions and even within one region to produce a diverse selection. The country produces several types of scotch, any combination of single or blended and grain or malt.

In order to deserve the Scotch whiskey label, the spirit must adhere to a strict set of legal regulations. Authentic Scotch is twice distilled, aged in oak barrels for at least three years and are meant to retain the color, aroma and taste of the original malt or grain. Look for the Scotch label, and keep in mind the age listed indicates the age of the youngest Scotch used.

The flavors, colors and aromas of Scotch vary. Be on the lookout for a range of profiles from savory and fruity to sweet and smoky. The spirit tends to be pleasantly aromatic with a long, complex finish that is meant to distinguish the good from the great.

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