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0,70ltr. 46% vol
An exceptional single malt whiskey aged in specially selected barrels that show the true character of a 15-year Campbeltown Malt whiskey. The whiskey is carefully aged in the finest American barrels before being bottled. The distinctive nose has hints of vanilla oak, intertwined with the show subriele of sea spray and spicy aromatic fruit.
Richer colors. Broad and medium difficulty with citrus peel, ginger biscuits. Sweet with a great depth. Apricot aromas evolve and glide towards fruit salad. After a short time, the timber comes to the fore, water helps to release the fried fruit.
A separate and complex palette from which you initially expected that the nose leads to full fruit, but what you get is a surprisingly dry element. The flavor adds as first impressions of the nose disappear. Adding water brings caramelized elements in balance with the timber elements as you would expect from a 15 year old whiskey.
Firm and somewhat dry.
In the notorious Victorian era whiskey region Campbeltown was the epicenter of the whiskey industry in Scotland. At the time, there were no fewer than 30 distilleries in the region. Over the years, however, much has changed and there are many distilleries closed on the peninsula. Closing the many distilleries in conjunction with the kleinde supply and high demand has led to a shortage came to the whiskey with the salty nose. Campbeltown is an isolated place, far from civilization and unique from the other areas in Scotland. The whiskey is distilled here in turn is also unique and not comparable to those whiskeys from Speyside, Highlands, Islay and Lowland. Although there are currently only a few distilleries are active in Campbeltown style is quirky and has a unique- and individual character. Due to the uniqueness of the Campbeltown region classified as one of the five regions of Scotland. Each region has its own characteristics and specific nature as well as the whiskey from the Campbeltown peninsula, where only three distilleries operating at the moment.
Glen Scotia, founded in 1832, is one of those three distilleries. It is also one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland. The craftsmanship and love of life water is still visible at Glen Scotia. Each vessel is currently selected and approved by the Master Blender, John Peterson. The distillery Glen Scotia is almost in the same condition as it was in the 19th century when the then owner Duncan MacCallum has patched the distillery. An idyllic place that does allow faster beating heart of many whiskey enthusiasts.