... Dalwhinnie 15 YO —— ABV: 43 % Origin: Highlands Type: Single Malt —— Impression: 4/5 —— Nose: This is very bright and fruity. It’s a big basket of green pears and apple juice. There’s a floral overlay and the honey note is subtle and feels like the natural sweetness of the fruits. It’s very mild on the nose and very approachable. There’s a hint of oakiness but it’s well hidden. Very pleasant. It gets more dense and sweeter with time in the glass. —— Mouth: It starts out with a tiny bitter note before becoming dusty and sweeter. There’s honey, vanilla and a musty apple note. A little spicy touch arrives after a second or two. The bitterness turns into the oak note, which gives away the age with a grey weathered feel to it. Just as on the nose, the sweetness increases with time in the glass. —— Finish: At first it’s spicy and fruity but then turns musty and dusty. The oakiness comes through with a hefty bitterness like an espresso. The oak is still old and weathered. The fruitiness is still around, but it has turned into something more like red juicy apples. It tags along down the road. There’s no astringency and it’s a very easy and approachable experience. —— Additional information This whisky is the Speyside expression in Diageo’s "The classic malts of Scotland" series. It's aged in american ex-bourbon oak barrels. —— Review No. 58 #whisky#whiskey#whiskyreview#whiskeyreview#tastingnotes#dram#instadram#whiskygram#instawhiskygram#liquidgold#whiskylover#whiskeylover#whiskylovers#whiskeylovers#singlemalt#malt#maltwhisky#scotch#scotchwhisky#malt#scotland#speyside#speysidewhisky#speysidewhiskies#dalwhinnie#dalwhinniewhisky#dalwhinnie15#diageo#classicmalts
The Glenglassaugh distillery is a malt scotch whisky Speyside distillery which restarted production in November 2008 after being acquired by an independent investment group. Following a complete refurbishment by the new owners the distillery was re-opened on 24 November 2008 by the First Minister for Scotland Alex Salmond. 🚩 #theglenglassaugh is located in #portsoy#banffshire It is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area of #Scotland The county town is #Banff although the largest community is #Buckie to the west. It borders the #Moray Firth to the north, #Morayshire and #invernessshire to the west, and #Aberdeenshire to the east and south.
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