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The wording on the label, 'Perfectly balanced, naturally rich and smooth’ is the ideal summary of this striking malt. Regarded by many to be the world’s best tasting single malt whisky, The Singleton of Dufftown 12 Year Old is the perfect gift to satisfy even the most discerning of whisky palates..
Distilled since 1896 with water so pure, legend has it rival distillers have even tried to divert its course. No wonder, since the exceptional quality of the water is just one of the factors that provides The Singleton of Dufftown single malt whisky with its exceptional smoothness..
Produced in traditional way at the Dufftown distillery on Speyside, using a longer fermentation and a slower distillation regime to produce a high quality spirit. The Singleton of Dufftown Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a rich, smooth-tasting and well-balanced whisky, with hints of citrus, blackcurrants and honey.
The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Whisky only comes from distilleries founded in the 19th Century. Like the original merchants searching for the best whiskies, The Singleton brand is on a quest to find rare barrels in rare distilleries that deliver the most sought after taste.
The Singleton is the fastest growing Single Malt Scotch Whisky in the world – A celebration of taste, it is also striving to be the single best tasting single malt in the world.
Like the original merchants searching for the best whiskies, The Singleton brand is on a quest to find rare barrels in rare distilleries that deliver the most sought after taste.
Using craftsmanship over 150 years old, the making of The Singleton of Glen Ord is a unique process from the barley to the maturation, revealing a perfectly balanced, naturally rich and smooth whisky.
Nose: Toasted nut and rich fruit aromas. Adding a touch of water brings out the classic Speyside fruit-sweet aromas.
Palate: Sweetness and crunchy nuts, then smooth fruity richness. Firm, with a balancing sweetness; hints of blackcurrant, brown sugar and espresso coffee. Warming and pleasant.
Finish: Medium to long, elegantly drying and crisp with a delayed, lingering warmth.
Tried this whisky in a taster pack and decided to buy a bottle. Tasted even nicer than the taster - resultPublished 3 days ago by P. Hadfield
A nice peaty taste and a pleasant nose. I wouldn't buy it again, but that is because there are so many others to try.Published 2 months ago by Antonio Moretti
Made an excellent dram on Burn's Night. A very good light malt.Published 4 months ago by John E. Brown
All I can say as I'm not the one who will drink it, that the bottle looks very nice and impressive if you wish to give it as a gift. Hopefully my friend will think the same :-)Published 5 months ago by Roy
Who knows what it tastes like.... I am pregnant! But my partner loves it!!Published 5 months ago by Georgie