|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 30 cm|
A straightforward, nutty and malty single malt from Speyside, the Singleton of Dufftown was released to replace the Singleton of Auchroisk. It’s aged in a high proportion of European oak casks.
If you’re looking to use this little stunner in a cocktail, then you could do a lot worse than making a classic Highball. You can find a recipe for one right here.
Tasting note: Nose: Malty with cereal/barley sweetness, buttery toast, wood shavings, hay and walnut. Palate: Orange zest spiciness perks up a malty core of nuts, oak and toffee, hints of cut grass. Finish: Oaky, rich with good length, some fruit lingers.