NOSE Fresh fruit and toffee apple; an integration of ripe orchard fruits (apples and pears), berries and a hint of citrus, layered above a background of sweet wood and creamy vanilla fudge.
PALATE Rich creamy mouthfeel, toffee apple, caramelised sugars, soft fruits and a gentle wood presence. With water, fresher fruits become more pronounced on the nose (Bramley apple, Conference pear), alongside grape skin, green pear and more wood spice. Subtle, distant spices help carry the fruit and vanilla characters, giving a long and creamy finish.
NOSE Big blast of fresh fruit – Bramley apple, cherries and grapes – then sweeter notes of Bakewell tart, sponge cake and a dash of lemon oil. Some cinnamon and nutmeg in there, too, but overall, clean and bright.
PALATE Very clean and refreshing, with orchard fruit, roasted almonds and freshly baked sponge cake drizzled with honey. Subtle creaminess and notes of vanilla and toffee.
FINISH Lovely balance between the clean fruit and soft honey.
Named after a device used to sneak whisky from the cask to smuggle home, Copper Dog has that same irreverent, cheeky spirit without losing the classic Speyside tradition. It was created by master blender Stuart Morrison as a tribute to all distillery workers, and has its roots in The Craigellachie Hotel, located in the heart of Speyside whisky country.
HOW TO DRINK
Copper Dog comes alive in an Old Fashioned – a delicious mix of whisky, bitters and sugar syrup.WHAT YOU NEED GLASS
1. Pour the sugar syrup, bitters and 25ml of the whisky into a rocks glass
2. Half-fill the glass with ice and stir for 30 seconds
3. Fill the glass with more ice, add the rest of the whisky and stir for another 30 seconds
4. Add garnish
the classic, served straight
fresh and clean
zesty and refreshing
perfect with cold beer
7 Customer Reviews
Great flavour and easy to drink
Love it. Bought it while in Edinburgh as I was looking for a flavourful blend. Have not been disappointed.
Very drinkable but also with lots of character. Tasted this while the Speyside gents were in DC and can't wait to get my hands on a couple bottles!
Tasted it at the Craigellachie Hotel. Delicious!
Just tried in virgin lounge Heathrow, very smooth 8/10
cheap and not as good as other older blended single malt brands..
Cheap and fiery poor taste.