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The Singleton of Dufftown was built during the reign of Queen Victoria. And though the traditional methods, centuries of craft and ancient water source remain, Dufftown – the smoothest of the family of three – is on a mission to create new, great tasting Single Malt Scotch Whiskies that burst with flavour.

The Singleton Of Dufftown 12 Year Old

The Singleton Of Dufftown 12 Year Old

70cl 40%
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This smooth, naturally rich Single Malt Scotch Whisky has sweet fruity notes and a lingering, pleasurable warmth.

Serving Suggestion:
Best served neat to savour the full, rich fruit and vanilla notes.

Region A solid Speyside.
Appearance Rich amber, polished mahogany highlights.
Body Medium to full bodied.
Nose First polished wood and toasted nuts, then baked apples and soft brown sugar take over, giving way to a mossy note, too.
Palate Sweetness and crunchy nuts, then smooth fruity richness: hints of brown sugar and espresso coffee.
Finish Medium to long, elegantly drying and crisp, completed by a pleasant, sweetly nutty chew-ability.

Awards

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International Spirits Challenge Commended 2010
International Spirits Challenge Silver 2014
The Scotch Whisky Masters Gold 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition Silver (Outstanding) 2014
San Fransisco World Spirits Competition Silver 2016
International Spirits Challenge Commended 2010
International Spirits Challenge Silver 2014
The Scotch Whisky Masters Gold 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition Silver (Outstanding) 2014
San Fransisco World Spirits Competition Silver 2016

Expert Reviews

Insights from some of the best in the business

Sumptuous aromatic composition, as you’d expect from Speyside: plumply downy, with grass, moss and heather notes. On the palate, a deeper, grander soul than the aroma suggested: dark, forceful, with some chocolate and raisin richness and Latakia-tobacco austerities. Hard to fault, and a great after-dinner dram.

Andrew Jefford, distinguished wine & whisky writer - Financial Times, 28 December 2007

The nose is sweet, almost violet-like, with underlying malt. Big and bold on the palate, this is an upfront yet very drinkable whisky. The finish is medium to long, warming, spicy, with slowly fading notes of sherry and fudge.

Gavin D Smith, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.103

Honeycomb and tinned peach and apricot in syrup on the nose, sharp and spicy clean barley on the palate, with some bitter orange notes towards the finish.

Dominic Roskrow, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.101