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Longrow 10 year old

  • Sweet with hints of peaches and smoke
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  • Longrow is a hard to find single malt from the Campbeltown region. Some suggest it has reached cult status. Longrow is double distilled from heavily peated malt. The whisky itself is restrained but full of flavor.

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    Glen Grant 5 year old

    • Spirity, pear, brandy
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    Bruichladdich 13 year old

    • Well balanced in a complexity of sweet spicy flavors of clover honey and stewed fruits
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    Dalwhinnie Distiller’s Edition

    • Sherrish sweetness at first, a hint of liqorice, then malty and woody
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    Hazelburn 8 year old

    • Firm, youthful, citric sweetness, spirity
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    Talisker 175th edition

    • A sweet flash of coconut, then smoke and pepper
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    Auchentoshan No Age

    • Lemon grass notes, sweet without being sticky
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    Dallas Dhu 19 year old

    • Very clean, honeyish, flowery, and dry
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    Banff 10 year old

    • Grassy, oaty with a suggestion of golden syrup
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    Strathisla 12 year old

    • Sherrish; a teasing sweet and dry character; beautifully balanced
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