Nose – Barley sugar, malt, dark brown sugar, orange peels, marmalade, Manuka honey, chocolate, foam bananas.
Palate – Full, fruitcake, spices, buttery vanilla, malty. Oak.
Finish – Long, mochaccino, marmalade.
Auchentoshan 12 5cl
A More Recent Release From The Auchentoshan Distillery, Replacing The Previous Staple 10 Year Old, This 12 Year Old Bottling Launched At The Same Time Auchentoshan Had A Dramatic Rebrand Back In 2011.
Triple Distilled Then Matured For Over Twelve Years.
Nose – Cereals And Exotic Fruits.
Palate – Vanilla And Sweet Barley
Finish – Dry, Long And Sweet.
Auchentoshan Three Wood 5cl
This Unique Auchentoshan Three Wood Whisky Has Been Matured In Three Different Oak Cask Types. American Bourbon Whiskey, Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butt And Finally Pedro Ximenez Sherry Butt.
The Marriage Of These 3 Different Finishes Produces A Rich Complex Whisky With Incredible Toffee And Sherry Oak Flavours.
Nose – Inviting Nose With Gooseberries, Riesling, Sherry And Some Toasty Notes.
Palate – Clean, Lively Entry Into The Mouth With Keen Passage Across The Palate, Fine Texture And Good Balance. Good Oak Infusion With Some Soft Brown Sugar And Fine Malt.
Finish – Long, Lingering Finish.
Edradour Is One Of Scotland’s Smallest Distilleries And At The Heart Of The Range, This 10 Year Old Eastern Highlander Is A Rather Unique Single Malt, A Decidedly Rum-Like Dram With A Thick Mouthfeel. The Ten Year Old Edradour Is Handmade And One Of The Last Single Malt Whiskies From A Traditional Farm Distillery Still In Production Today. The Methods Of Production Remain Virtually Unchanged In The Last 150 Years And Are Only Just Capable Of Commercial Quantities. Indeed Edradour Distillery Makes As Much Whisky In A Year As Most Distilleries Produce In A Week. A Rare Pleasure For A Fortunate Few.
Nose – Distinctive Honey Flavour With Hints Of Sherry And Vanilla.
Palate – A Beautiful Mix Of Rum And Raisin And Toasted Nuts.
Finish – A Seductively Long Spicy Finish.
Nose – An elegant nose with hints of oak driving the bouquet. Interesting creme brulee notes leading to generous caramelised fruits and finally polished oak.
Palate – Sweet and concentrated start with some jammy blackcurrant fruitines. Typical tightening towards the back palate.
Finish – Clean and initially sweet.