Deanston 12 Year Old / Unchillfiltered

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Deanston 12 Year Old / Unchillfiltered
70cl / 46.3%
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Distillery Bottling
A relaunch in fancy packaging for Burn Stewart's Deanston single malt, previously famous as the whisky used in the much-missed Wallace whisky liqueur. Trivia snitched from the Malt Whisky Yearbook: Deanston is the only distillery in Scotland that is self-sustaining for electricity, being equipped with a dam and a turbine.
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£34.25
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Customer rating (6 reviews)
Tasting Notes:
Producer's Notes

Nose: Fresh hays of summer, malty cereal, rich creamy toffee and honeyed heather balanced with sweet oak and barley sugar.

Palate: Smooth creamy sweetness with sumptuous hints of fruit, malty honeyed spiciness and soft vanilla.

Finish: Crisp and satisfying with a tingle of cloves which linger, then gently fade.

Customer Reviews:(6 reviews)
Tried it for the first time last night. Very impressed. Quite elegant and refined. Vanilla cream on the palate with a lingering spicy finish.
- Johnny, 24th August
On first taste I poured it down the sink. But then I gave it a second chance and boy...how it repaid me! Keep the faith, let it settle for 20 minutes, no water. A rough diamond.
- Matt, Norfolk., 10th January
Very good malt with distinctive taste of biscuits and rich spices. Excellent value and bottled at 46% ABV. Love it
- Johnty B, 19th Nov '13
My favourite Scotch. Went to a Whisky tasting of about 40 bottles and this was the best. It's got 50% more Whisky flavour due to the fact that it isn't chillfiltered !!
- anonymous, 4th Dec '12
Fantastic Scotch...Finished the bottle first day I tasted this with a few good friends...I will always keep a bottle of this on hand!!!
- Aldo R., 18th Nov '10
Excellent, close your eyes and you would swear this was closer to a £100 bottle.
- Kiv, 17th May '10
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