Here you will find a selection of the best Whisky.
Intense amber color. The nose is rich in nuances, round, sweet and full of nuts. Complex floral fragrance. Nuts and caramel burnt cream. Vanilla is presented nitida between notes of nuts, beeswax and dates. Intricate floral notes, reminiscent of geranium, jasmine and narcissus. The palate is silky, soft and round.
The color is light amber. pear and apple, and own notes of wood barrels: light spices and nuts aromatic notes of white fruit appear. In the mouth, it is light and elegant, based on the own notes of lighter malts: apple pear, green cereal, it is slowly evolving into shades of orange and it is opening to nuts like hazelnut.
Pale golden color. Nose exceptional balance and depth. Its aroma is a perfect blend between sweetness of toffee and chocolate, among notes of cinnamon and medicinal phenoles. Fresh citrus and floral notes of white wine are very obvious, melon, pear, ... they will also appreciate the hard phenólicos aromas of sea, iodine and smoked fish.
Aged for twelve years in the dark and cold cellars of the distillery in Ballindalloch presents a golden amber color. It is fresh and light with aromas of combination of fruits, spices and nuances of oak sherry. For many experts, the Glenfarclas 12 years is the classic Scottish malt whiskey ..
The Glenrothes 12 Year Old matured only in oak casks with sherry, bottled with its natural colour. Aroma: vanilla, shortcrust pastry and a hint of citrus Palate: sweet, lemon zest and light malt Finish: lingering, sweet and intense Country of origin: Scotland Alcohol content: 40%
Nose: Fragrant and very herbal. Light notes of wood, paint peach, baked apple and green plums. And an interesting touch of mint. Palate: Good sense of your body when mixed with a crisp note of orange peel and chocolate. Creamy palate. Final: Spicy Chocolate rapid pace.
The Glenrothes 10 Year Old is a whisky aged only in oak casks wrapped with sherry and bottled at its natural colour. Aroma: vanilla, shortcrust pastry and a hint of citrus Palate: sweet, lemon zest and light malt Finish: lingering, sweet and intense Country of origin: Scotland Alcohol content: 40%