Deanston 12 year old

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Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Very pale, greeny gold
Nose:Linseed oil
Body:Light, smooth, soothing
Palate:Light, very clean, lightly malty, drying in finish; also reminiscent of a lightly nutty, dry sherry
Finish:Very light with a touch of nuttiness; in character, less of a highland malt and more like a good lowlander
First Tasted:June 2003
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