Blended Scotch Whisky
Traditional smooth and mellow whisky
distilled, matured & bottled in Scotland.
Amber Glen Blended Scotch Whisky has been expertly crafted from a recipe handed down the ages to Scotland’s top master blenders
This classic Scotch whisky is especially blended from a selection of the highest quality
single malts & single grain whiskies and bottled at 40% Alc.vol.
It has a clean, crisp aroma with hints of Vanilla giving way to a mellow taste with sweet richness.
An ideal blended whisky for use in cocktails and mixers or tastes just great neat or on the rocks!.
Amber Glen embodies the flavours and aromas of a time gone by in a celebration of perfection for you to enjoy.
Amber Glen Blended Scotch Whisky 40% Alc.vol Tasting Notes Nose Soft, mellow grain yielding to gentle vanilla spice carried along by a subtle, sweet heather honey background. Palate Taste Very light and smooth, rich sticky toffee, liquorice, old-fashioned orange marmalade, and a trace of dark chocolate. Finish Medium length sweet and ever so slightly spicy finish.
AMBER GLEN BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY IS GLUTEN FREE Tatlock & Thomson Test Report 20/10/2017 Amber Glen Blended Scotch Whisky
|Per 25ml||Per 100ml|
|Fat||< 0.03g||< 0.1g|
|Fat ||< 0.03g||< 0.1g|
|Carbohydrates||< 0.03g||< 0.1g|
|Carbohydrates ||< 0.03g||< 0.1g|
|Fibre||< 0.03g||< 0.1g|
|Salt||< 0.03g||< 0.1g|
|Protein||< 0.03g||< 0.1g|
|Cholesterol||< 0.06mg||< 0.25mg|
|Gluten||< 125µg*||< 500µg*|
*Micrograms (μg) Amber Glen Blended Scotch Whisky is Gluten Free
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