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Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold is Said to have a sweet aroma of fruit, caramel, apricot and orange zest, and a taste of spice, gingerbread, malt loaf molasses and mint.
The cold weather conditions at Dalwhinnie, based on an eponymous Highland village in Cairngorm National Park, are thought to affect the taste profile of the whiskeys Produces it.
The colder the weather, the less contact with the liquid HAS copper When passing through the distillery's traditional worm tubs, leading to a "sulfuric" flavor as a new make spirit and "honeyed" whiskey after maturing.
"Distilled in the depths of winter at the highest distillery in the UK, Winter's Gold honors the influence That the cold HAS on Dalwhinnie, as" said Dalwhinnie distillery manager Bruce Mackenzie. "
"Our master blender, Dr. Craig Wilson, only selects casks laid constantly Scottish winter months to create a golden, rich single malt whiskey."
Vloeibare kruidkoek, ik snap waarom ze op het foldertje zetten fles in de vriezer bewaren en drinken uit een tumbler. De kou vlakt de smaak af en met de tumbler kan je m vlot wegspoelen.
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