Whisky "Scapa", 2000, 700 ml
Whiskey light straw color.
Sweet taste of whiskey, with hints of summer fruits and caramel, with bright notes of spices - pepper and vanilla aftertaste. In combination with water are shown shades of lemon and cocoa.
Initially manifested in the flavor of the whiskey floral notes give way to an explosion of shades of ripe exotic fruit with dominant notes of kiwi, nuances of beeswax, herbs and sweet gum.
Whiskey is the perfect digestif.
Distillery "Scapa" was created by John Townsend in 1885 in the Gulf of Scapa, Orkney Islands, located in the Atlantic Ocean just 10 km from the north coast of Scotland. These islands are just wonderful, they are famous for spectacular coastal scenery, abundant seabirds, as well as the largest cluster of prehistoric sites in Europe. Whiskey Orkney Islands - is the northernmost single malt Scotch whiskey. During the Second World War, the factory was virtually destroyed by fire, but he was rescued by a Navy that was placed nearby. Two warehouses of those times have been preserved until today in their original form. Today, the plant produces only single malt whiskey.
"Scapa", 2000 - easy drinking whiskey with a long finish, aged in barrels of bourbon. Which replaced previous popular bottling - "Scapa, 1993" , the whiskey was distilled in 2000 and bottled under the guidance of "Gordon & MacPhail" in 2011. In the same year, whiskey won the silver medal of the competition "Independent Bottlers Challenge".