Caperdonich 27 year old
Date Tasted: August 2008 # Tasted: 234
Highlands Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Color: Deep straw
Nose: Creamy notes (fresh butter), nectar and light breakfast honey, fresh almonds and peeled fresh walnut; hints of pine tree resin and wax
Body: Bold and youthful
Palate: Toasted bread, dried figs, dates, bitter orange with hints of crystallised ginger
Finish: No peat, no sherry, just the truth, a long clean finish
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Flavor: Fruity, Sweet ABV: 46% Cost: $

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Caperdonich was founded in 1898. Sadly the building was completely raised in 2002 and Caperdonich no longer produces malt. The distillery used to be located in the Speyside region of Scotland.

Those fortunate to find this rare malt will experience a light grassy expression full of the sweetness of citrus. Older expressions develop sherry notes that remain light on the tongue.


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