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£67.99
70cl/46%

In the mid-1960s Gordon & MacPhail took the unprecedented step of launching a range of single malts under the brand name ‘Connoisseurs Choice’. Until this time, many of the whiskies the range featured would not have been available as single malt. Today, Connoisseurs Choice retains this exclusive nature with a range of rare and sought after single malts from distilleries throughout Scotland.

TASTING NOTE

Colour: Pale Gold.

WITHOUT WATER:

Nose: Sweet vanilla with banana, pineapple and lime aromas. A delicate floral edge develops.

Palate: Sweet and creamy with ripe banana, orange zest and milk chocolate flavours.

WITH WATER:

Nose: Initially floral with violets, followed by hints of green pear and ripe banana. Soft tobacco notes are detected.

Palate: Sweet with ripe banana and mango flavours. A delicate tobacco edge develops, complementing a lingering milk chocolate finish.

Body: Medium.

Finish: Medium, balanced and creamy.

Cask Type(s): Refill Bourbon barrels.

Whisky Style: Autumn dram.


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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 12 April, 2016.
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