Compass Box The Spice Tree

70cl / 46%
  • Highland Blended Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Compass Box
Compass Box The Spice Tree
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Another innovative release from John Glaser and the Compass Box team. A vatting of northern Highland distilleries (principally Clynelish), the whisky is aged in unique barrels with heavily toasted heads, adding a rich spiciness – great sipped neat or used as the base for a whisky cocktail.
Bottler
Compass Box
Country
Scotland
Region
Highland

Compass Box The Spice Tree Reviews

9 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    12 March

    It really is delicious liquid. Just picked up another bottle today. CB really are experts at blending, the results are glorious expressions of malt and grain whiskies. And if you find a bottle of Eleuthera anywhere, snap it up, like I did in a pub a couple of months ago :D

  • 5
    25 December 2015

    A sip and slide into a multitude of savories. Complex, confident and a satiny elegance.

  • 5
    17 December 2015

    Simply amazing!

  • 5
    2 March 2015

    Fabulous taste and intense finish. My new favourite whisky of any kind.

  • 5
    26 February 2015

    Better than the rest! Complex, delicious toffee, spicy, strenght, sweetness, intense deep flavours with new dimensions with every sip! My new favourite whisky after tasting more than 50 different malts and blends.

  • 5
    18 January 2015

    I was first introduced to this blended whisky at the TWE Whisky Show in October. I had never heard of Compass Box and now I am a fan. I tasted a great range of whiskies but the Spice Tree was one that really caught my attention. I would recommend this whisky to anyone and everyone. So easy to drink and great value for price.

  • 16 July 2013

    A very well made malt, ultra complex fruit-bourbon-vanilla mixture. But... simply too sweet. Would need some peatsmoke backbone.

  • 4 March 2013

    One of those malts one can go to, anytime, anyway. LIKE. TT (Canada)

  • 26 September 2010

    Palate (undiluted): Round and sweet flavors of almonds, vanilla, After Eight mint chocolate and poppy seeds which intensify by mid-palate. Mid-palate the sweetness transitions to drying oak.Finish (undiluted):Rich, subdued oak and vanilla transitions into ginger, lime, lemon grass and spices. Final tastes echoing on the palate are of toned down pepper steak spices and cigar.