Whisky "The Octave" Glentauchers, 18 Years Old, 1996, gift box, 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase "The Octave" Glentauchers, 18 Years Old, 1996, gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey expressive golden color.
Whiskey has a rich, mellow, elegant taste with notes of malt, ripe fruit and grapes, light nuances of toffee. The finish is excellent, long and warming.
The aroma of whiskey mesmerizing soft, delicate notes of dried fruits and berries, nuances of sweet marmalade and sherry.
Whisky is recommended to use a pure ice and adding a small amount of water. The drink is great as a digestif, combined with a cigar and coffee.
Single malt whiskey - a traditional strong alcoholic drink Scotch, which is used when creating malt previously fumigated peat smoke. In the technology of the drink is mandatory double distillation process. Culture creation of single malt whiskeys are available in other countries, although in each of the corners of the world production technology of this drink are somewhat different. The Irish, for example, dried malt in special closed ovens, and distillation process is carried out three times. The most famous and won worldwide popularity of whiskey with the Scottish island of Islay, the secret is in the unique impacts of marine climate that brings a soft drink and finesse.
"Octave" Glentauchers - a great single malt whiskey, soft and restrained, able to deliver a true delight demanding admirers. For 18 years, the whiskey is aged in oak barrels, and the last 3 years - in small barrels of sherry, which gives a special subtlety of its taste and aroma. Company Dunkan Taylor produces small kegs Octave cask from standard barrels of several types are created from different wood. It may be American oak barrels or sherry Hogshead, which previously was kept sherry or Scotch whiskey.
Duncan Taylor (Duncan Taylor) - one of the leading companies in the production of single malt whiskey. Earlier, the "heart" of the company was in Glasgow and they are mainly engaged in the production brokerage Scotch whiskey. Not so long ago the company moved in Speyside - closer to known regions, famous for the creation of strong drink, and they decided to concentrate on creating and marketing their own brands. To date, Duncan Taylor carefully controls the entire process of creating a whiskey - from the time of collection of malt to the bottling and packaging design, leaving the quality of their own products to their top priority.