Singleton Of Glendullan Master's Art
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Singleton Of Glendullan Master's Art 1L

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Alcohol percentage 40.0
Bottle volume ml 1000.0ml
Brand Singleton
Gift box No
Country of origin Scotland


A richer, fruitier Singleton of Glendullan extra matured in specially selected rare Muscat casks that brings a delightful spicy edge, that is richly layered and complex.

Expert Review

“Nose: Gentle at first and not over forward. Deep, with a clear top note of spicy wood then beneath this a fine mix of creamy-sweet aromas; treacle, red berries (raspberry, cranberry), rich fudge, biscuits, herbs, butter. There’s a Christmassy base of mixed spices and currants with a hint of cinnamon and sweet dried fruit (orange peel).

Taste: A richer, fruitier double-matured Singleton of Glendullan with a delightful spicy edge, that is richly layered and complex. A delightful and more assertive Singleton single malt with plenty of dried mince-pie fruit, hints of spice and an assured, rich sweetness.

Palate: Ripe and richly fruity with balancing spiciness when enjoyed straight. Smooth textured, soft and coating, yet clean too: rich, fruity and racy on the tongue. Starts with a sweet mix of light treacle or golden syrup, fudge and oat biscuits; initially creamy with smooth buttery notes, then fruity (hints of apple and pear, burnt oranges) with sweet dried fruits, and drying. Water brings up more sweet fruit, freshening the fruitiness.”

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The Singleton of Glen Ord is a whisky distillery in the Scottish Highlands and is the only remaining single malt scotch whisky distillery on the Black Isle.

They produce a 12 year old, 15 year old and 18 year old single malt that's available for export only to Southeast Asia. The Singleton of Glen Ord has also just publicized a cask strength (57.6%avb) 14 year old limited release that's been triple matured in five different casks.

The distillery won awards for the best single malt at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 1994 and 1996, and at the Monde Selection in 1996 and 1997. However, IWSC and Monde Selection awards are non-competitive and only products that pay to enter are judged.

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