Glen Scotia 14 year old

Jun 29, 2010 1 Comment by

Alcohol:43
Region:Campbeltown
Color:Full refractive gold
Nose:Big, aromatic, oily, briny
Body:Seems light as it meets the tongue; qucikly gains dimension; becoming oily and smooth
Palate:Dry maltiness, oily, saltiness; very appetising
Finish:Remarkably long and powerful
First Tasted:June 2003
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One Response to “Glen Scotia 14 year old”

  1. GoldenEagleMalts says:

    Thanks for the post . That’s what I am looking for!

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