|Type: Single Malt Scotch Whisky
|Age: 13 Year Old|
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt:
Nose: Roasted oak and simmered fruit, followed by boozy red wine richness and some festive spice.
Palate: Powerful cherry and blackcurrant, with a touch of jamminess to it. Smoke stands up to the sweetness, giving it a savoury, almost salty edge.
Finish: It goes on and on, with dark chocolate, rootsy herbs and a hint of tobacco.
Notes from Springbank:
Nose: Rhubarb and custard, stewed red fruits, blackberries and ginger. Strawberry & cream boiled sweets and notes of barley sugar. Palate: Barley water, summer berries and red apples. Peat embers, goat’s cheese and black tea. Finish: Becomes fairly dry with coastal notes and billowing peat. Rosemary and thyme focaccia, leather and tobacco leaves. 51.6% Alc./Vol. Non chill filtered.