Glen Scotia 17 year old

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Alcohol:43
Region:Campbeltown
Color:Gold
Nose:Spicy, slightly briny nose with notes of juniper, ginger snaps, and peat smoke
Body:Rich, oily, and smooth
Palate:Initially sweet, the palate becomes dry and malty with salty and nutty undertones
Finish:Creamy smooth, well balanced, and a long, spicy, and slightly peppery
First Tasted:December 2008
Price: $$$
Number: 244
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