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Glen Scotia Double Cask Single Malt Whisky

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£46.00

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Producer Glen Scotia
Alcohol 46% abv
Country Scotland Scottish
Maturation Bourbon barrels and Pedro Ximenez Casks
One Line Description Glen Scotia Double Cask Single Malt Campeltown Whisky, Pedro Ximenez cask finish, rich toffee, vanilla, sea salt
Production Detail From one of the oldest remaining distilleries in the area, finished in Pedro Ximenez casks
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Glen Scotia Double Cask Single Malt Campeltown Whisky, Pedro Ximenez cask finish, rich toffee, vanilla, sea salt. The Double Cask is first aged in bourbon barrels before being finished for up to twelve months in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. As well as the sweet, sticky edge the sherry casks provide, there is a characteristic sea spray and vanilla oak finish, with some lovely charred aromas from the bourbon casks. There are hints of creme caramel, toffee and soft apple. Weighty and rich - definitely punches above its weight in terms of price/quality ratio. A delicious, great value whisky from Campbeltown, that's versatile and thoroughly enjoyable on its own.

Glen Scotia is a high quality distillery based in Campbeltown dating back to the 1830s, one of only 3 that remains in the region, from 28 at its peak. It still maintains pretty much the same set up as when it began - including their maturation warehouse which dates back to the 1880s. They specialise in producing high quality whisky in this unique style, that is quite different from its better-known neighbours in Islay or the Highlands. With great water access and peat readily available, this part of Scotland is ideal for whisky production. By giving their whisky all the time in needs across all the production stages, Glen Scotia ensure that the resulting spirits are some of the best in Scotland.

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