Glen Talloch 70cl
Scotch whisky has to age in oak barrels for at least three years before it may be called Scotch whisky. The ageing process allows special natural aromas and flavours to develop and it gives the whisky its characteristic colour while maturing. However, the Glen Talloch whisky is aged for much longer than the required three years. This gives Glen Talloch more aroma, flavour and complexity.
The most famous member of the family, Glen Talloch Choice is a blend containing 30 percent malt whisky. It consists of world-famous single malts like Balblair, Knockdhu and Speyburn, which have aged for at least five years
Colour: sparkling gold.
Nose: soft and round, with hints of citrus, spices and caramel.
Palate: an attractive, full and round blend, with hints of vanilla and caramel.