Nose: zabaglione, almond, officinal herbs, chocolate 75% cocoa, citrus. Mouth: white pepper, vanilla, fresh walnut, Brenta tobacco.
Nose: rose, jasmine, cherry. Mouth: soft, dry, clean, final, with a hint of Israeli date.
Distilled in 2011.
Assembly of three Guyanese rum, Jamaica and Nicaragua.
Nose: mimosa, mou and roasted chestnut. Mouth: licorice root, carob, salted marine with mouth-drying finish.
light amber color with warm provocative aromas, hints of cane, honey and carob, with the final flower. Great sweetness on the palate and nose. Persuasive, full of character, with blond tobacco finish.
The nose: eggnog, hawthorn, white peach closes with paprika.On the palate: dates, dark chocolate, cinnamon closed with a pinch of red pepper.
Aged 17 years.
Immediate spicy fragrances and fruity and mineral aromas. Rich and articulated, it opens up to warm, evolved and well-mature shades. Great personality and character on the palate with wild mint and helichrysum aftertaste.Aged 28 years.
White brandy, distilled in discontinuous alembic in water bath. Color: White;Perfume: Fine, fresh and lively; open recognition of the grape;Flavor: Lively and persistent soft, rightly alcoholic, harmonious.
White brandy, distilled in discontinuous alembic in water bath. Color: White;Perfume: Remarkable prowess and pleasantness;Flavor: Dry without violence, soft and pleasant, good correspondence nose palate, rightly alcoholic, harmonious.
Nose: cinnamon, nutmeg, criollo caco, smell of dry brugo. Mouth: hints of sweet wood, Greek raisins, turmeric, spicy with citrus finish.
Matured in Scotland from January 1999 and bottled in November 2007. Intuitive and delicate. Soft and pleasant. Persuasive and the typical aromas. sweet and reasonably well organized. Pleasing to the palate with floral and mineral notes. Very good in its simplicity.
This bottle, like other refined through the same criteria can be defined as "purist," that is not conditioned by the influence of the various containers and what those aged above, keeps flavors and aromas of Scottish tradition, as well as a gradation of 46 °.
Soft, sweet and harmonious nose with light peaty tones. Net polite but fruity and herbaceous associations. Aromatic and sweet to the palate, with remarkable harmony. Very pleasant tangy taste with remaining on the lips, combined with tones of licorice. A malt whiskey from the old cut and typical Speyside (45 °).