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anCnoc 12 Year Old Highland Single Malt Whisky, 70 cl

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Brand: An Cnoc

Category: Whiskey / Single Malt

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Description

Taste Profile & Information: Nose: Soft , very aromatic with a hint of honey and lemon in the foreground. Colour: Amber with a slight yellow hue. Taste: Sweet to start with an appetising fruitiness and a long smooth finish. A malt for every occasion. 2015 Silver Medal Winner - International Wine & Spirits Competition Palate: Absolutely fabulous, near-perfect, malt arrival, perhaps the most clean, yet intense of any in Scotland. The complexity is staggering with not only multi-layers of malt but a distant peat and oak fusion.Finish: Deliciously spicy. Tasting Notes:Nose: An aggressive pepperiness bites deep into the usual grassy maltiness and coal smoke. Execellent depth and complexity, though slightly more aggressive, if younger, in style than of old.Palate: Absolutely fabulous, near-perfect, malt arrival, perhaps the most clean, yet intense of any in Scotland. The complexity is staggering with not only multi-layers of malt but a distant peat and oak fusion.Finish: Deliciously spicy.(Tasting Notes by Jim Murray, Whisky Bible 2011.)

Description

Taste Profile & Information: Nose: Soft , very aromatic with a hint of honey and lemon in the foreground. Colour: Amber with a slight yellow hue. Taste: Sweet to start with an appetising fruitiness and a long smooth finish. A malt for every occasion. 2015 Silver Medal Winner - International Wine & Spirits Competition Palate: Absolutely fabulous, near-perfect, malt arrival, perhaps the most clean, yet intense of any in Scotland. The complexity is staggering with not only multi-layers of malt but a distant peat and oak fusion.Finish: Deliciously spicy. Tasting Notes:Nose: An aggressive pepperiness bites deep into the usual grassy maltiness and coal smoke. Execellent depth and complexity, though slightly more aggressive, if younger, in style than of old.Palate: Absolutely fabulous, near-perfect, malt arrival, perhaps the most clean, yet intense of any in Scotland. The complexity is staggering with not only multi-layers of malt but a distant peat and oak fusion.Finish: Deliciously spicy.(Tasting Notes by Jim Murray, Whisky Bible 2011.)

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