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Scotch Single Malt A-Z — Cadenhead
Fettercairn 'Cadenhead' 2007 / 11 years old 56.7%
Miltonduff 'Cadenhead' 2008 / 11 years old 56%
Miltonduff is a key component of the Chivas Regal blend, occasionally seen as a single malt and one we always look forward to trying. On the nose there are notes of fresh pastry's and creamy milk chocolate, leading into sliced pears and snowballs on the palate. The finish is creamy and refreshing with notes of coffee and biscuits.
Fettercairn 'Cadenhead' 2009 / 10 years old 57.3%
Situated under the Grampian foothills, Fettercairn is a picturesque distillery showcasing the diversity of Highland single malts. Cadenheads offerings of Fettercairn so far have been highly praised and this particular bottling is no exception. The nose is fresh and clean, with notes of pine needles, lemon sorbet and icing sugar. The palate is ri...
Ord 'Cadenhead' 2008 / 11 years old 56.4%
Matured for 11 years solely in ex-bourbon American white oak barrels, this bottling from the Ord distillery (aka Glen Ord) is a zippy dram, with fresh mint, lemons and gooseberries coming through on the aroma, with a mineral quality behind. The palate leads to thoughts of mediterranean flavours: lemon infused olive oil and apricots, with milk ch...
Tomatin 'Cadenhead' 2009 / 10 years old 57.7%
Selected from two hogshead casks from the Tomatin distillery and bottled at a cask strength of 57.7%, this new arrival shows the lighter, delicate style of the Highland style Tomatin makes. Described by the Cadenhead team as very creamy, it has an aroma of white chocolate and strawberries, alongside butterscotch buttery shortbread. To taste, aga...
Tullibardine 'Cadenhead' 1993 / 26 years old 43.9%
This expression of Tullibardine was bottled from a pair of ex-American hogsheads, yeilding only 462 bottles. The strength is notably low for a cask strength whisky even at this age, often a sign of high spirit to cask interaction. On the nose we find tropical fruit notes, and mint leaves. The palate backs this up with mangos, whipped cream, and ...