|Type: Single Malt Scotch Whisky
|Age: 12 Year Old|
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt:
Nose: Soft cedar warmth, followed by chocolatey malt, roasted lemon, caraway and mint.
Palate: Caramelised dates and pecans, damp oak, honey roast ham crisps and a hint of sugary shortbread.
Finish: Dry spices (think cinnamon and cardamom), alongside a few lingering touches of citrus.
From Springbank: Nose: It's reminiscent of walking in an autumn forest full of pine and chestnut trees, before returning home to the iodine of a Campbeltown malt and ending with a delicate hint of peat. Palate: A gorgeous richness on the palate which is balanced between citrus marmalade on toast and caramelised toasted marshmallows, not forgetting flavours of vanilla and pepper. It’s a lip licking meaty dram. Finish: A delicious, viscous, smooth liquid with a salty edge. It brings back memories of a ham joint which has been marinated in a rich honey sauce and slow baked in the oven. 56.5% Alc./Vol.