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Drumguish No Age

  • Clean start with a very brief creamy sweetness, quickly moving to a light oiliness and a light peaty dryness; no excessive spiritiness
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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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    Tomintoul 16 year old

    • Creamy, lightly sweet and lemony at first, then becomes drier and develops some spicy notes
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    Glencadam 15 year old

    • Smooth, mouth coating, creamy, rounded
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    Glengoyne 10 year old

    • Clean, sweetish, tasty, very pleasant; still sweet but drying slightly
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    Scapa 14 year old

    • Sweet and rich
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    Ledaig 20 year old

    • Dull at the start but some burnt grass, cream and maltiness develops
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    Oban 14 year old

    • Delicate at first; perfumy, fruity seaweed; then waxy, smoky, dry
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    Glenmorangie Nectar D’Or

    • Deep, rich and mouth-coating, tingly, tangy, chewy with spices, toasted oak, honey and lemon, and soft vanilla
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    Littlemill 8 year old

    • Malty sweet, yet somehow not overbearing; marshmallow, powdery icing sugar
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