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Teacher’s Highland Cream is rich amber. It has a nose that is deep and robust maltiness with hints of peat and sherry. A flavor are full and deep with lots of substance.It is challenging, rich, round ...
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Teacher’s Highland Cream is rich amber. It has a nose that is deep and robust maltiness with hints of peat and sherry. A flavor are full and deep with lots of substance.It is challenging, rich, round ...
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The Loch Lomond Scottish distillery is rare in that it produces both grain and malt whisky, and even rarer that this single grain whisky they produced is done so with 100% malted barley (and not the usual ...
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Notes: Aberfeldy 12-Year Scotch is a fine, sophisticated single malt Scotch. Its rich, malty profile includes a creamy aroma with hints of sherried fruit and smoke. Full-bodied Aberfeldy Single Malt Scotch ...
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Blended 80 Proof Scotch Region: Highland
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The Oban distillery sits in the town of the same name and overlooks the harbour and the sea at Scotland’s western coast. The Oban distillery was founded in 1793 by Hugh and John Stevenson on the site ...
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DOUBLE GOLD SAN FRANCISCO WORLD SPIRITS COMPETITION 2015 - TOMATIN TAKES TOP HONORS IN SCOTLAND’S ICONS OF WHISKY AWARDS : Tomatin Distillery was named Distiller of the year in the second round of Whisky ...
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Glendronach 18 Year, the wood now dominates completely, drowning away the sweetness and sherry influence in the younger whiskys. Kind of a mocha kick, with notes of coal, raisin, and dark chocolate. The ...
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Deanston Scotch Virgin Oak is gold in color, and a smell of lightly perfumed, grass, cream, slightly nutty. With a taste of cereal-like with a soft mid-palate and a malty note. Also a finish of green grape.
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Lemon zest, toffee apples – and a scent of coconut. Hand-selected sherry casks help create this paradise of flavours and rich, golden colour. It’s the taste of Scotland’s slowest distillation, ...
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Spicy vanilla fruit, ripe apples and a rich, luxurious mouthfeel. This is the result of 18 long years and a generous proportion of first-fill sherry casks. And of the patience we take over the slowest distillation ...
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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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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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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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Oban Little Bay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (Oban means “little bay” in ancient Gaelic) is crafted by taking mature Oban Single Malt Scotch Whisky and resting the whisky in small casks for some ...
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