Linkwood 12 Year Old
Flora & Fauna

70cl / 43%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Linkwood 12 Year Old / Flora & Fauna
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'Rounded yet delicate. Apples again, tingly spiciness. Fills and perfumes the mouth. Delicious…a classic example of a relatively light and fragrant whisky that has real complexity and a gorgeous feel. 8/10' Dave Broom, Whisky Magazine, Nov 2002

Distillery Bottling
Flora & Fauna
12 Year Old


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Linkwood 12 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes from the producer

    Nose: Fresh soft-fruits with a hint of vanilla, then light cigar-box notes are perceptible, and a faint hint of expensive ladies' perfume.

    Palate: Sweet, overall. Viscous, but fresh and clean: a pleasant acidity helps to maintain this.

    Finish: Cedar notes emerge in the finish, which is long.

8 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    17 September 2018

    Linkwood whisky is one of the best in the world - you must try it, it is sublime!

  • 5
    9 December 2017

    Cosa posso dire??? Ottimo!!!!questo dram ? giusto per un dopo cena.... floreale e gustosissimo...

  • 4
    31 August 2017

    Quite good, very floral with a slight acetone note on the end. Not heavy or rich at all.

  • 5
    2 July 2015

    Fresh and fragrant, with grassy and floral notes and a a delicate body, traces of honey and soft maltiness. Truly enjoyable.

  • Gordon Reeves 25 September 2012

    Very good indeed. Not overly sherried like some Speysides can be. Very complex with beautiful wood. Obviously have access to some fantastic casks.

  • MK 11 February 2012

    This was the first scotch I ever tried in Scotland. Absolutely amazing stuff. I didn't know it was called Flora & Fauna until today, and how appropriate. My favourite Speyside. So fragrant too! I wouldn't say it's very similar to Glenmorangie Original. The latter is more fruity.

  • James Saxon 16 November 2009

    I was very relieved when I discovered that it wasn't comparable at all to the Glenmorangie Original. If it had been Rico and I would have disagreed on the overall conclusion: as it is, 'superb' is quite right!

  • rico 27 July 2009

    Really comparable to Glenmorangie 10YO (now "The Original") !!!Superb:)