Nosing a single malt is simply the aroma that changes with temperature and aeration. Tasting neat, initially, is the immediate arrival on the palate, involving the favour profile, intensity and complexity. Finish is the tail end flourish of the whiskey’s signature often revealing the effects of aging. Balance should not be one-sided whether oak, sherry or peat, so all other flavours are drowned out. Add a modest amount of water to taste again. (Jim Murray’s Whiskey Bible 2016).

Dalwhinnie 15 year old

Central Highlands 1898
  • 25ml £3.90

Glenfiddich 12 year old

Speyside 1824
  • 25ml £3.90

Glenmorangie 10 year old

Highlands 1843
  • 25ml £3.90

Highland Park 12 year old

Orkney Island 1795
  • 25ml £3.90

Laphroaig 10 year old

Islay 1815
  • 25ml £3.90

Talisker 10 year old

Isle of Skye 1832
  • 25ml £3.90

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