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Scotch Malt Whisky Society 36.101
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DANGEROUSLY QUAFFABLE

After maturing in a refill barrel, this 18 year old Speysider comes in at 57.9%

Flavour profile:  Sweet, fruity & mellow

Outturn:  198 bottles

Panel's tasting note:  "This light and fresh dram started with aromas of Prosecco, sponge fingers in strawberry jelly, a hint of perfume, pencil shavings and Mojito (fresh, salty, citric and sweet). Perfumed sweetness on the palate, trifles and then lots of strawberries (jam, cordial and fizzy sweets). Water made the aromas lightly floral (nasturtium), dusty (hay and sherbet lemons) and summery (sponge cake with butter icing and fruit cordial). It was ‘dangerously quaffable’ to drink. Light and milky in texture but also like a fruit juice’s drying aftertaste - lemon meringue pie and a fruit smoothie served in a coconut."

Drinking tip:  "For a garden party"

750 ml