Cragganmore 10 year old
Date Tasted: April 2008 # Tasted: 231
Highlands Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Color: Deep Amber
Nose: Vanilla, tapioca pudding, pepper, a hint of peat
Body: Full, slightly dry, hot
Palate: Floral, pepper, and vanilla, sharp
Finish: Very long burn, then hot pepper and very dry
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Flavor: Dry, Flowery, Spicy ABV: 60.1% Cost: $

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Cragganmore distillery is a highly regarded Scotch whisky distillery located in the Speyside region of Scotland. Founded in 1869, the distillery is known for producing a single malt whisky with a rich, complex flavor profile.

Cragganmore’s signature whisky is characterized by its notes of honey, fruit, and smoke, which are achieved through the use of malted barley, yeast, and water from the Craggan Burn. The whisky is then aged in oak casks, which contribute to its distinctive flavor.

The distillery itself is also notable for its picturesque location and traditional methods of production. Visitors can take tours of the distillery and sample its various whiskies, gaining an understanding of the process that goes into creating such a high-quality product.

Cragganmore distillery is a respected member of the Scotch whisky community, known for its dedication to tradition and the exceptional quality of its single malt whisky.

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