Kilkerran 12-Year-Old Campbeltown Single Malt Scotch Whisky

—VINTAGES#: 524181
Kilkerran 12-Year-Old Campbeltown Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Appearance: It has a warm, light gold color. Nose: On the nose there are dry honey notes with persistent floral aromas followed by hints of butterscotch, dry heather and some cereal/short bread elements. There is also just a hint of brine, like a warm summer sea breeze. With a little water some of the sherry inspired dried fruit notes become more noticeable. Palate: On the palate it has a creamy texture and a more substantial mouth feel than its appearance would suggest. There is pepper, but with a bit of sweetness, as in a sweet chili spread or a pepper infused marmalade, followed by slight citric notes and elements of cinnamon spice and vanilla. There are also hints of smoke and light medicinal notes. The finish is long, with a distinctive dry pepper capsaicin quality set against a slightly sweetish background note. The combination of vanilla notes and dry pepper give the whisky a bit of an old fashioned gingersnap character. Score - 90. (Joe Micallef,, Aug. 5, 2016)

Product Details

Release Date:
September 1, 2018
700 mL bottle
Made in:
Scotland, United Kingdom
Mitchell's Glengyle Ltd.

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