Auchnagie Vintage Selection, Wooden Box 46% 70cl.

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£179.95 £159.95 inc. VAT

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Notes of apple sponge, sweet malt and spice, the marriage of very rare and old Single Malt Scotch Whiskies, no added colour, not chill filtered.Auchnagie was one of several small farm distilleries in the Ballinluig area of Perthshire. All have been destroyed except Edradour and Glenturret which continue to flourish to this day. Auchnagie was founded by James Duff had a varied existence and went through numerous stages of ownership before fall into the hands of John Dewar & Son who dismantled it in 1912.Charles MacLean’sTasting Notes:Appearance: Pale gold. Lemon lights.Aroma: Sweet malt in the foreground, rapidly followed by fruity notes – tinned pears – with traces of spun honey. The sweet cereal now in the background as sweet biscuit. Water introduces hemp rope and wet cardboard, but still with a fruity top-note.Taste: Sweet to taste at bottled strength, with considerable spice across the tongue and a warming, medium-length finish. At reduced strength it is less sweet and less spicy, but remains fruity, with a trace of apple sponge and vanilla.Comment:Pleasantly sweet and spicy, with the ‘hemp rope’ an old fashioned scent.ABV46%700 ml.For more information visit:

1 review for Auchnagie Vintage Selection, Wooden Box 46% 70cl.

  1. Anon

    Warm and sweet malt, canned pears, honey, sweet cereal, biscuits, wet cardboard with fruit and floral notes.
    Sweet and creamy with caramel, coconut, strong spices, hay and hemp rope.
    Medium long and sweet with vanilla sponge, citrus, apples, leather, minerals and flowers and old oak cask.

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