The Singleton

The Singleton Of Dufftown 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl

The Singleton of Dufftown is distilled in the Dufftown distillery in Speyside, the heart of malt whisky production in Scotland. Whisky has been distilled at the distillery since 1896 and from fermentation to distillation we do our utmost best to ensure every drop of spirit is the highest quality. The Singleton of Dufftown has an aroma of toasted nuts with rich fruits, with hints of blackcurrant, brown sugar and coffee on the palate – before an elegantly drying and crisp finish. The Singleton of Dufftown 12 Year Old has the flavour profile for new drinkers to malt whisky due to its smooth, rich, accessible flavour.

Serving Suggestion: Best served neat to savour the full, rich fruit and vanilla notes.

"Sumptuous aromatic composition, as you’d expect from Speyside: plumply downy, with grass, moss and heather notes. On the palate, a deeper, grander soul than the aroma suggested: dark, forceful, with some chocolate and raisin richness and Latakia-tobacco austerities. Hard to fault, and a great after-dinner dram."

Andrew Jefford, distinguished wine & whisky writer - Financial Times, 28 December 2007

"The nose is sweet, almost violet-like, with underlying malt. Big and bold on the palate, this is an upfront yet very drinkable whisky. The finish is medium to long, warming, spicy, with slowly fading notes of sherry and fudge."

Gavin D Smith, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.103

"Honeycomb and tinned peach and apricot in syrup on the nose, sharp and spicy clean barley on the palate, with some bitter orange notes towards the finish."

Dominic Roskrow, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.101

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International Wine and Spirit Competition

Silver (Outstanding)


San Francisco World Spirits Competition




Rich amber, polished mahogany highlights.


Medium to full bodied.


Approachable and rich. First polished wood and nuts (toasted hazelnut) dominate, then stewed fruits (baked apples), dried fruits (sweet dates), and soft brown sugar take over. Mossy too, after a while. With water, a sweeter, more direct Speyside character develops (pure pear drops!). Clean and dense. After a while, warm, dry, aromas, of pencil shavings or match-sticks.


Sweetness and crunchy nuts impress at first, then there’s a smooth, fruity Speyside richness to enjoy. Firm, with a balancing sweetness. Brown sugar and espresso coffee. Warming and pleasant. With water, still a pleasant texture. Light sweetness, then chewy and balanced by light acidity, with a good spread of flavours mid-palate.


Medium to long, elegantly drying and crisp, completed by a pleasant, sweetly nutty chew-ability.