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The Singleton Of Dufftown 15 Years Old
 40%    |    70cl

Reassuringly well-balanced for a 15 year old, this is an elegant malt with sweet fruitiness and perfect finish.

Reassuringly well-balanced for a 15 year old, this is an elegant malt with sweet fruitiness and perfect finish.

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"… this 15 year old combines cake mix, peanut butter, and fleshy fruits. There’s dried banana and vanilla on the palate, and a nutty sweet finish."

Dave Broom, Whisky Advocate Fall 2011

The perfect
SERVE

The honeycomb, sweet chestnut and sharp red berry fruit flavours of The Singleton of Dufftown 15 Year Old make it an ideal sipping malt.

Pairing
WHISKY &...

The milk chocolate brings out the malt’s sweetness, and light, fruity notes. The praline’s roasted nuts complement The Singleton's elegant, woody finish.

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BARTENDER'S CHOICE

Pineapple-Coconut & Bitters: The charred pineapple blends perfectly with bitters to bring out the sweetness of the 15 Year Old.

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10 + 20 /40 75.00

The Singleton of Dufftown 15 Years Old On The Flavour Map
Taste the character and craft in every drop.

Smoky Rich Delicate Light

Region

A refined Speyside expression.

Appearance

Deep amber or burnt orange.

Nose

Slightly spicy feel and drying, overall. Toffee apples and hints of honeycomb balanced by linseed oil and hints of the sea.

Body

Medium bodied and pleasantly mouth coating.

Palate

Without water, the flavour is sweet to start then drying in the finish. Warming, light and smooth; tending to delicate. Fresh fruit with spicy top notes.

Finish

Drying. Pears and digestive biscuits, then delicately spiced with notes of aniseed.

Information:

Distillery:DufftownTM

Age: 15 years old

Strength: 40% ABV

Place of Origin: Dufftown

Region: Speyside

Taste:

in brief… An elegant and mature Singleton with sweet fruitiness and shape.

in a sentence… Well balanced throughout. An appetizing, relatively complex and well-structured nose leads to a slightly more conservative palate.

Nose:

Slightly spicy nosefeel and drying, overall. Toffee apples. Hints of honeycomb balanced by remnants of youthful zestiness - linseed oil and scented tea. Becomes fruitier: ripe autumn fruits combined with red berry sharpness. Malt and cereal notes. Some golden syrup sweetness. Reassuringly well balanced. Adding water brings up a waxier note initially, with traces of sweet chestnut and glace angelica, and then a whiff of smoke or charred wood.

Palate:

Without water, the flavour is sweet to start then drying in the finish. Warming, light and smooth; tending to delicate. Malty and oaty base notes. Fresh fruit salad, with spicy and floral top notes. With water added there’s a pleasant mouthfeel. Some sweetness, though the overall effect remains balanced and dry.

AWARDS
Don't just take our word for it...

International Spirits Challenge

International Spirits Challenge
Bronze

2010 & 2014

International Wine and Spirit Competition

International Wine and Spirit Competition
Silver (Outstanding)

2014

The Scotch Whisky Masters

The Scotch Whisky Masters
Master

2014

Expert Reviews
Insights from some of the best in the business

"I have to say the nose of this Singleton of Dufftown 15yo was a nice surprise. Nice character, interesting aromas. A really nice entry-level malt."

www.whiskynotes.be, 2014