Glen Ord 12 year old

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Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Amber
Nose:Rounded with sherry, sweet, dry malt notes; a whif of peat
Body:Medium to full, soft
Palate:A light touch of sherry; malty and very clean; begins with the malt, then comes a dash of barley-suger sweetness and a spicy gingery note, followed by a restrained malty dryness and a crisp hint of peat
Finish:Dry, gingery, spicy, citric, and smooth
First Tasted:September 2003
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