|Category||Single Malt Scotch|
|Region||United Kingdom, Scotland, Speyside|
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Founded in the late 19th century, it’s one of the six remaining Dufftown distilleries still in production. The others include Balvenie, Dufftown, Kinninvie, and Mortlach, with which once shared a rail spur. Some say no other municipality in the entire United Kingdom is as reliant on whisky-related tax revenue than Dufftown.
Our 15 year old single malt scotch whisky is matured in a high proportion of American oak casks with a small portion of European oak casks to balance the liquid. The result is an easy to enjoy single malt with delicious citrus aromas, smooth fruity palate and a well balanced slightly spicy finish.
The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Whisky of Glendullan 15 year old distillery is yet another one of those industrial factories that Diageo uses to spit out tens of thousands of liters of whisky every year, almost all of which goes into blends. There have been both official and independent bottlings of Glendullan 15 year old for a long time, but they haven’t been marketed or distributed with much effort, nor received much attention. Diageo uses this “Singleton” brand to market under-the-radar malts that it owns and is trying to turn into international powerhouses through sheer will alone. The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Whisky of Glendullan 15 years old For some reason known only to the marketing prodigies at Diageo, the Singleton brand was launched to aim a different low-visibility distillery at each continent of distribution. That meant The Singleton was Glendullan to North America, Glen Ord to Asia, and Dufftown to Europe. Apparently they’ve done away with this “strategy” and will be distributing all three Singletons to all markets.
Nose: Waxy orange and lemon zest, with slowly developing notes of mocha.
Palate: Caramelised fruit, floral barley, vanilla pod and spicy cedar.
Finish: Slightly earthy malt notes, with continuing vanilla sweetness.