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Copper Dog Blended Scotch Whisky, 70cl (Copper Dog Dipper Included)
Copper Dog Blended Scotch Whisky, 70cl (Copper Dog Dipper Included)

Copper Dog Blended Scotch Whisky, 70cl (Copper Dog Dipper Included)

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In years long-past, the colourful characters grafting in Scottish distilleries would help themselves to a dram using a Copper Dog; a pipe hidden inside the leg of their trousers, now known as Copper Dog Dipper Flask.

These rascals are the inspiration for this unique blend of no fewer than eight Speyside single malt whiskies, slowly married together in old oak casks for a minimum of three months. Copper Dog Blended Scotch Whiskey is an easy-drinking scotch with ripe fruit aromas and a delicate spicy finish.

They would fashion their own vessels with scraps of metal from the cooperage, soldering a penny on one end and keeping the dram safe at the other with a cork.

A chain attached to belt or braces would make sure the whisky was kept on a tight leash.

Experience a piece of history and get a FREE Copper Dog Dipper Flask with every purchase of Copper Dog.


Serving Suggestion: 
Copper Dog whisky is best served with freshly pressed apple juice 
("Apple Dog"), cola or in an Old Fashioned cocktail.

Nose On the nose, fresh fruit and toffee apple; an integration of ripe orchard fruits (apples and pears), berries and a hint of citrus, layered above a background of sweet wood and creamy vanilla fudge.
Palate Fresh and fruity, some malty notes with hints of wood (mainly vanilla) and spice. The balance of wood is equally important; it has allowed these important distillery characters to come to the fore, amplifying their subtlety, whilst giving us creamy vanilla and delicate spice notes and tannins.

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