Matured just that little bit longer in ex-sherry and ex-bourbon casks for a rich, fruity flavour, the 15 year old still boasts the naturally nutty palate Knockando is so famous for.
"I find this very good. What it doesn’t have is much distillery character, but it sure goes down a treat. In the same cluster as many good quality cognacs, I’d say, but of course this is much, much maltier. 83 points."Serge Valentin 2015, whiskyfun.com
Knockando 15 Year Old is best served in a traditional whisky glass with water and one or two ice cubes.
From the Little Black Hill on Speyside.
Expressive and intense. Baked fruits immediately zing with sweet spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, enriched by dark chocolate and sherry. All mellowing to a woody, toasted finale.
Intense and silky.
Direct with intense fruity notes - those baked apples are back, with raisins – then warm and generous woody and sherry notes.
Long finish with notes of wood and familiar sweet spices.