Deeply fruity, layered and complex.The Singleton of Glendullan
Serve neat in a frozen tulip glass.
Speyside at its most self-assured.
A clear top note of spicy wood with treacle, red berries, rich fudge, biscuits, herbs and butter beneath.
Medium to rich with good viscosity.
Starts with a sweet mix of light treacle or golden syrup, fudge and oat biscuits; initially creamy with smooth buttery notes, then fruity with sweet dried fruits.
Pleasingly dry, with light charred fruit notes, some spice, and rich dried fruits.
Strength: 40% ABV
Place of Origin: Dufftown
in brief… A richer, fruitier double-matured Singleton of Glendullan with a delightful spicy edge, that is richly layered and complex.
in a sentence… A delightful and more assertive Singleton single malt with plenty of dried mince-pie fruit, hints of spice and an assured, rich sweetness.
Gentle at first and not over forward. Deep, with a clear top note of spicy wood then beneath this a fine mix of creamy-sweet aromas; treacle, red berries (raspberry, cranberry), rich fudge, biscuits, herbs, butter. There’s a Christmassy base of mixed spices and currants with a hint of cinnamon and sweet dried fruit (orange peel).
Ripe and richly fruity with balancing spiciness when enjoyed straight. Smooth textured, soft and coating, yet clean too: rich, fruity and racy on the tongue. Starts with a sweet mix of light treacle or golden syrup, fudge and oat biscuits; initially creamy with smooth buttery notes, then fruity (hints of apple and pear, burnt oranges) with sweet dried fruits, and drying. Water brings up more sweet fruit, freshening the fruitiness.