Treasure of Scotland – Single Malt Whiskies

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 A superb tasting box with 4 famous Whiskies Single Malt from Scotland: Toiteach Bunnahabhain, Tobermory (10 years), Springbank (10 years), Glengoyne (10 years), and two Warm tasting glasses for a great moment of tasting. Essential to true whisky lovers …

Contains 4x100ml from 40 to 46,3% Alc/vol. with two glasses.

  • 1 x 100 ml BUNNAHABHAIN TOITEACH
  • 1 x 100 ml SPRINGBANK 10 yrs
  • 1 x 100 ml TOBERMORY 10 YRS
  • 1 x 100 ml GLENGOYNE 10 YRS

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BUNNAHABHAIN TOITEACH

Distinct from the others Bunnahabhain single malts famous for their welcoming taste, Toiteach (meaning smoky in Scots Gaelic), is a delicious, peaty whisky. This bottling offers the connoisseur an opportunity to try something truly unique. The liquid has been masterfully distilled and quietly matured at the distillery, never for a moment leaving Islay during this process.

SPRINGBANK 10 YRS

Very representative of Campbeltown style, a terroir that the distillery is the latest to represent. This version of the 10-year gains in finesse and delicacy compared to the previous one. To be discovered!  Pale gold colour, nose, very “Springbank” proves charmer (strawberry, citrus, apple and vanilla notes). The sharp mouth attack and spicy notes confirms the nose and moves on cereal (green malt), coconut and ripe pear. The final salt and bittersweet also proves floral (rose), slightly oily and woody (oak).

TOBERMORY 10 YRS

Produced in the the same name distillery, Tobermory, somehow Ledaig’ sister is a single malt unpeated. Bottled without chill filtration to just over 46%, this is a lightweight and marine whiskey, marked by grains and spices.

GLENGOYNE 10 YRS

This Glengoyne single malt from Southern Highlands is also known under the name  “Unpeated Malt”!

It was aged in European and American oak, and mainly in Oloroso sherry barrels. A first choice whisky, because for decades the distillery uses air-dried barley rather than barley dried using peat smoke to be seen as more “hard” approach. The result is a more subtle and complex whisky in which all of the delicate flavors are freely allowed to express themselves. Sweet, caramel, green apples. Sweet, sweet licorice, almonds and grass.