Singleton of Dufftown Spey Cascade

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Singleton of Dufftown Spey Cascade
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The Singleton's signature release, this is aged in a combination of ex-sherry and ex-bourbon casks. A fruity and nutty whisky.

Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside
Colouring
Yes

Character

  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Apple Apple
  • Strawberry Strawberry
  • Marzipan Marzipan
  • Stewed Fruit Stewed Fruit

Singleton of Dufftown Spey Cascade Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Note

    • Appearance:

      Burnished copper in sunlight.

    • Nose:

      Mild and fresh at first, with baked apples and woody fragrance broadening to marzipan and ripe red berries.

    • Palate:

      Softly coating, with stewed apples and hints of spice.

    • Finish:

      Gentle finish with marzipan & baked fruits.

11 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    22 December 2018

    A truly smooth single malt with lovely flavours – very good value for the money

  • 2
    14 September 2018

    Initial flavours are good but there is a harsh aftertaste. As good as anything on the bottom shelf really. Disappointing.

  • 5
    6 July 2018

    The only malt I drink, what more can I say.

  • 5
    8 June 2018

    The best single malt I've ever tasted. It's fantastic.

  • 5
    22 July 2017

    I don't have much of a sweet tooth, so I was concerned it would be too much for my palate. But it was a lovely drink, with a nice marzipan finish.

  • 3
    19 April 2017

    It's a heavy thick full whisky and needs dilution with an ice cube! Has LOADS of flavour and body but just hits hard and with a big punch

  • 2
    17 January 2017

    A nice bright, lively nose to start, lots of fresh fruits, then unfortunately not much on the palate at all, and a disappointing length of finish. I agree that a bit of harsh heat can be detected, giving the clue to the young age. Have they tried to get out of the NAS jail for free with caramel I wonder? Overall quite a bland dram, but probably ok as a tame introduction for someone who is starting out on their single malt journey.

  • 2
    1 July 2016

    Had this bottle for a year and sadly regret buying it. Very pleasant sweet apple nose, but the flavour is short and it tastes harsh and young. The European Oak is meant to be a selling point but actually contributes to a quite unpleasant bitter aftertaste.

  • 3
    4 December 2015

    Incredibly light. Has a mellow, easy drinking feel to it, very pleasant and sweet. Have yet to detect any real complexity to it, but it's certainly going down well. A bit overpriced for the quality.

  • 4
    6 October 2015

    A very smooth sip, and at a reasonable price.

  • 5
    29 July 2015

    Fine