There is so much information on the bottle, I don’t know where to start.
First of all, it’s The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Whisky of Glen Ord.
Trinite – from The Glen Ord Distillery Muir of Ord, Ross-Shire.
According to the label, this Scotch is an extraordinary Travel Retail exclusive Single Malt crafted in three stages for remarkable richness and a deep, harmonious
Whiskies were matured separately in American Oak, European Oak and married together in a third Cask, where they were given time to develop the distinctively rounded and rewarding flavours of the whisky that has been made at Glen Ord since 1838.
Well, I’m convinced that I should taste it!
Nose: Light. Juicy red berries. Graham Wafer. Fresh squeezed orange juice. And lots of nutty aromas. Maybe a little cereal.
Palate: Strawberry. Like one of those hard candies with a soft centre; the strawberry just explodes in your mouth.
Red nib licorice and a hint of milk chocolate proceeds a rather short finish.
Overall, it’s an OK dram. I have a soft spot in my heart for Glen Ord, so I’m enjoying this dram