A crisp, dry aromatic nose, then soft flavors of heather, honey-sweetness, malt and citrus-fruits lead to a lingering, sweet finish and finally more smoke, peat and malt. Aged 15 years.
A beautifully presented single malt whisky from Glenmorangie. Made with a heavy roasted 'chocolate' malt as well as spirit from the original maltings. There are aromas of chocolate orange and pecan pie.
Lots of character a dash of peat, and a hint of honey are all there, and they are nicely woven together.
Nose: Very distinctive, clean, oaky peatiness. This character is in the background throughout. Palate: Flowery. Fudgy. Toffeeish. Nutty. Very soft, restrained, spiciness. Then toasty and peaty. Finish: Firm, clean (almost crisp), peatiness. Then long, very soft, spicy and remarkably warming.
This Scotch is a sweet and mellow Whisky with notes of butterscotch and almonds. Aged 18 Yrs.
Special Reserve blended Scotch Whisky.
Nose: No or very little nose prickle; immediately deeper and richer than you might expect. Starts as creamy, nutty, vanilla toffee, crème brûlée perhaps, with syrup sponge in the background. Then fresher traces of fruit cake mix, or a bunch of sweet, ripe dessert grapes (each suggesting a little European oak) and apple dumpling, eventually becoming an entire fruiterers shop. Adding a good splash of water delivers a sweet and fruity nose; light, but with some depth. Theres a clear Speyside focus, with tinned fruit and an underlying rich, Christmas pudding-like maltiness. Palate: Warming at cask strength. Rich and nutty yet also dusty. Then, in turn: toffee, caramel, tangy fresh fruits; biscuit, short pastry, fig rolls. With water the mouth-feel is more soft and creamy and the taste is sweet throughout, suggesting hints of plum pudding and brandy sauce. Finish: Short. Dark, earthy chocolate and hints of tropical fruit. Later oak-dry on the palate. With water, some sweet cider-apple tartness and even more seductive, creamy oak.
THE GLENLIVET Aged 12 Years. 12 years of patient aging in oak casks after distillation in unique lantern-shaped stills and the pure, natural water from Josies Well culminate in this celebrated single malt. Light golden in color, this whisky boasts an exceptional nose with soft floral aromas. It offers a fresh palate with tropical fruit flavors and a soft finish with notes of vanilla.
Ushers was the first blended scotch. Every other scotch blended today reflects the process Andrew Usher originated in 1853. Some come close but none truly matches our results. It's no wonder we've had 127 years of experience! Taste the original. Smooth. Light. Perfectly blended. It's Scotch the way you always hoped it would taste.
Teacher's is a complex blend that uses over 30 different single malt whiskies in its blend. This blend has an exceptionally high malt content- no less than 45%. This gives a richer more full bodied flavor.
This delightful blend of selected rare, light-bodied whiskies possesses mellowness to please the exacting taste of the connoisseur. To the generations of Scotch Whisky fanciers Scoresby is praised for its continuity of quality and is a product of the finest Scottish distilling art.
Known as "The Monarch". This rare and special whiskey is named after the famous painting, "The Monarch of the Glen". In 1851, Sir Edwin Landseer created the famous painting, an instant masterpiece, that depicts a stag in the Scottish Highlands. John Dewar and Sons purchased the painting in 1919 and hung it proudly. Master blender Stephanie Macleod used the painting as inspiration for this rare and special whiskey. A blend of very rare vintage single malt and single grain scotch whiskies. The blend is then married in oak casks for a light, velvety finish.