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(£43.50 per litre)
£173.57 Save £9.14
Pretty much the only expression of Speyburn on the market until 2008. The 10 year old may now have stable mates but it still keeps its place as the easy drinking centre of the range. Speyburn continues to gather quiet momentum in the wake of updated packaging and 2012's shock World Whisky Award win for the 25 year old.
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tried one of these in a pub in Cumbria, it was awful but then i got info to the opposite so i bought a bottle. i was really surprised as it is quite a mellow, sweet on the nose, slightly woody dram. methinks someone in a Cumbrian pub hast pulled a fast one, this is definitely the whisly i was served in said establishment.
Smells and tastes exactly like a hospital ward, avoid.
Yes. Affordable speyside single malt. NOT heavy on the smoke/peat. nice & mellow. One of my favorites along with Dewers 12yr blended.
A decent dram, smooth with gentle flavours of Heather citrus & toffee in that order. The spirit is prominent in tasting but I wouldn't add any water, still a good introduction into single malt whisky.
I bought this on a whim because it was more affordable than Glenfiddich 15 solera, I was really amazed at how wonderfully smooth and supple the texture was, and how rich and noteworthy the nose compared to the Glenmorangie 12 I have open. I have been enjoying this bottles evolution as it mellows even more with air, and I found it needed no water to soften. Highly recommended to those with a new-to-scotch palates.
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