It's hard to say how these whiskies gain their distinctive salty edge and there are many different theories behind the how. Whether it's down to maturation on Scotland's rugged coast line, unique stills, the use of peat, or a little bit of magic; here at Whisky Galore, even though we can't explain the how, we can definitely vouch for the wonderfully unique taste.

Coastal - Whiskies from the coastal areas of Scotland that have a salty seaspray tang — Glen Scotia

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Glen Scotia 'Double Cask' 46%

Glen Scotia 'Double Cask' 46%

Region: Campbeltown

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$83.00

Situated at the foot of the Kintyre peninsula in the historic whisky producing region of Campbeltown, Glen Scotia has had a bit of a make-over of late with the release of three impressive new expressions. The 'Double Cask' is Finished in a selection of first fill bourbon and Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. The nose is an intriguing combination of ri...


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