McClelland 10 year old

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Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Pale amber
Nose:A toffee and cookie nose with a slight dusty dryness
Body:Medium
Palate:Pleasantly sweet at first with caramel notes, then gradually becomes drier
Finish:Warming with floral notes and a hint of smoke
First Tasted:October 2002
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