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Bringing in the whisky from the whiskies place in the world Campbelltown. A very special place in Scotland referred as the “center of universe” with an ample of rich farmland and fresh water, it was almost inevitable to become a part of history in whisky distilling. Glen Scotia, established in 1832 by the town’s dean of guild James Steward and Provost John. Being the smallest scotch whisky distilleries in Scotland, Glen Scotia is a big name of Campbelltown. Over the years the quality of their whisky has grown with longer fermentation and vetting of the malted barley, as well as slower and more careful distillation.
An exceptional single malt whisky matured from special selected casks that deliver true character of 18-year-old Glen Scotia malt whisky. Nose – Crisp saltiness, perfumed floral notes and thick sweet toffee. Palate Rich deep vanilla fruit flavors, apricot and pineapple, plump sultana. Finish Long and dry with gentle warming spice.
Distilled for 12 months, this outstanding single malt whisky is the perfect balance of rich and spicy overlaid with characteristic of sea spray and vanilla oak finish. Double cask is matured in the finest first fill bourbon barrels before finished for up to 12 months in Pedro Ximenes sherry casks. Aroma- Rich in characteristic, initially it’s all crème caramel, caramelized fruit sugars, wood sugar, toffee and fudge before some apple and peach come through. In time a charged note of bourbon with pleasing dusty dryness has some power.
This rich and smooth blend aged 15 years in gently matured in finest American oak barrels before bottling. The signature notes have hints of vanilla oak, interwoven with the subtle notes of sea spray and spicy aromatic fruits. Aroma – The initial aroma to nose would lead you to expect plump fruits, what you get is a surprisingly dry element. Adding, water brings out caramelized elements expected of a 15-year-old. Finish – Firm and slightly dry.