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translation missing: en.collections[multi].general.collection_label: The Singleton of Glen Ord
The oldest of The Singleton distilleries and the only Highlander in the family, Glen Ord is the product of the White Burn’s water and the Black Isle’s barley. But this beautifully rich Single Malt Scotch Whisky is anything but grey – zinging instead with the vibrancy of dark berries, cherries and blackcurrants.

The Singleton Of Glen Ord 12 Year Old
The Singleton Of Glen Ord 12 Year Old

The Singleton Of Glen Ord 12 Year Old

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A fruity, well-composed Singleton that manages to be both light and smooth without compromising any depth of flavour or fullness of palate.

Serving Suggestion:
Best enjoyed neat or with a drop of water.

Region A creamy, cleansing Highland malt.
Appearance Bright and clear; an intense amber.
Body Light to medium bodied, delightfully coating.
Nose Winy top notes rapidly evolve into plummy fruits offset by zesty, oily orange peel. Then, rich caramel toffees, chocolate and malty biscuits.
Palate Subtly coating, with a clever balance of gentle fruit tartness and gingery, rich, sweet malt. Becoming lighter and cleaner on the palate.
Finish A beautiful balance of lightly cleansing fruit notes and gingery toasted maltiness; a smooth texture, like good chocolate slowly melting on the tongue.

Awards

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International Wine & Spirit Competition Gold 2014
International Spirits Challenge Silver 2014
The Scotch Whisky Masters Gold 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition Gold 2014
International Spirits Challenge Silver 2014
The Scotch Whisky Masters Gold 2014

Expert Reviews

Insights from some of the best in the business

Honeyed malt and milk chocolate on the nose, with a hint of orange. These characteristics carry over onto the sweet, easy-drinking palate, long with a biscuity note. Subtly drying, with a medium-length, spicy finish.

Gavin D Smith, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.133