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This is a spiced rum-based spirit, and yields notes of brown sugar, honey, and burnt vanilla with a light cinammony finish.
Bright gold in colour; aromas are medium in intensity, with notes of dried fruit, caramel, spicy vanilla and oak; on the palate, this spirit is medium-bodied, with a warm mouthfeel and flavours of vanilla, burnt sugar, spice and coconut; the finish is medium in length, with warm and spicy notes
Dry and subtle. Before Don Facundo rewrote the script, white rums were harsh, crude and unrefined. In 1862 he created BACARDÍ Superior following 10 years of dedication to craft the perfect rum.
This whisky complements the full, richness of the fresh Irish dairy cream, cocoa and heavenly vanilla that go into the tipple’s secret recipe. Together, they create a multi-award winning taste sensation for you to enjoy.
This small batch bourbon yields flavours of tangy fruit, vanilla and a strong nutty overtone. The finish is a good length of sweetness and coffee.
Get yourself a bottle of this 17-year-old scotch whisky. Fresh fruits give this spirit a fruity taste and a velvety texture, and it is also characterized by a subtle sensation of smokiness.
Try this bottle of scotch whisky, aged for 21 years in an oak cask. Creamy and with a nutty undertone, this liquer is sweeter on the palate and has a more intense spiciness as compared to Ballantine?s 30-year-old.
Wash down your meal with Ballantine’s 30-year-old a scotch whisky, which yields fruity flavours of peach and pear. This liquer is deeper, more complex and less spicy than the Ballantine 21 Year Old.
Sample this century-old recipe, created in 1910, which is the oldest in the Ballantine family. More than 40 malts and grains, carefully selected from 4 iconic Scottish regions, are blended to produce this scotch whisky.
Rich, sweet and creamy toffee on the nose combines with fresh fruit notes, rounded taste with vanilla and sweet oak notes, with a fruity character that develops with time.
Try this 12-year-old single malt, which gains its distinctive character from being matured in two wood types: Traditional oak whisky cask and European oak sherry cask. The traditional oak softens and adds character, while the sherry cask adds depth and fullness of flavour.
Fans of Balvenie?s DoubleWood 12 Years Old, try this spirit?s elder sibling; DoubleWood 17 Years Old, which shares its honeyed spicy characteristics, with a twist of deeper vanilla notes, hints of green apple, and creamy toffee.