Amber Glen Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 8 Years
Bourbon Cask Aged
Enjoyed by new and old Scotch whisky lovers as well as the whisky connoisseurs,
Amber Glen Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky is distilled in the Speyside region of Scotland, where the purity of water, excellent barley and peat found in the area combine to produce a classic single malt whisky, matured in time honoured tradition to mellow in Bourbon Oak Casks.
Amber Glen embodies the flavours and aromas of a time gone by in a celebration of perfection for you to enjoy. Slàinte!
Amber Glen Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 8 Years Bourbon Cask Matured 40% ABV This sumptuously smooth Single Malt Scotch Whisky has a well-balanced nose with notes of honey, toffee, marmalade, chocolate malted barley seasoned in bourbon oak casks. Nose Delicately balanced sweet honey giving way to fresh oak shavings. Palate A burst of Seville oranges becoming sticky sweet with traces of toffee, chocolate malted barley, all brought together under an umbrella of Bourbon oak. Finish Medium length and very smooth.
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