Scapa 16 year old

Jun 29, 2010 1 Comment by

Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Deep honeyed gold
Nose:Heavy butterscotch sweetness, dried fruits, subtle hints of orange
Body:Medium to full
Palate:Perfectly balanced, wild honey and heather, lemon peal, delicate spices, sage, black pepper
Finish:Very rich and long with a distinct dry aftertaste. briny, salty
First Tasted:June 2009
Price: $$$
Number: 257
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Scapa 16 year old, 3.6 out of 5 based on 22 ratings

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One Response to “Scapa 16 year old”

  1. cato says:

    This 16 YO Scapa has a wonderful, velvety mouth feel. I real enjoy it, I just wish it was a little less expensive.

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