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Buy Bank Note Scotch 5 Year 750ml for less at Wine Chateau SKU: 1775308
Bank Note Scotch 5 Year
Bank Note Bank Note Scotch 5 Year
The Bank Note Blended Scotch is in that cadre of blended scotches that carry an age statement. In this case it’s 5 years, which means that every whisky (including the grain whisky) in this blend has been aged for a minimum of 5 years. Another key feature is the 40% malt and 60% grain whisky in this blend. It’s a fairly common ratio (Johnny Walker red & black use the same ratio), but some bottom shelf blends use as little as 20% malt so it’s good to see it’s on the higher side.
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Notes on the Bank Note Scotch 5 Year 750ML

Tasting Notes ColourGolden with brilliant clarity.NoseClean, crisp aroma, hints of vanilla.PalateMellow on the taste with sweet richness and depth of flavour.FinishClean on the palate with lingering sweetness.

Wine Review A 5 yr old blended scotch with 40% malt content at 86 proof (43%abv). Most blends only have 10-20% max these days and are 80 proof. The Bank Note brand was established in 1870. It is a whiskey with light and fresh aroma with vanilla sweetness and delicate fruit notes. A soft feel on the palate develops into gentle and subtle spice flavors with a mellow and pleasing sweet oak finish

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