Singleton of Dufftown 15 Year Old

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70cl  Bottle • 40% ABV
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This sweet and spicy Singleton of Dufftown 15 years old malt oozes elegance in every drop. Autumn fruits and nuts bring out flavours of toffee apple, chestnut and cinnamon, along with traces of smoke and charred wood.
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Slow hand
An especially long fermentation of three to five days adds body and depth. Slow distillation in large steam-heated copper stills improves smoothness
Atlantic oaks
Ageing happens in a unique combination of casks: European oak to bring out rich fruit and dryness and American oak to release honeyed hints of vanilla.
Blue coat
The Singleton of Dufftown is presented in a unique pastel-hued bottle, shaped like a traditional hipflask.

Signature Serves

The Singleton of Dufftown 15 Year Old On The Rocks

A very approachable whisky that's smooth and sweet with a spicy, drying finish.

The Singleton of Dufftown 15 Year Old On The Rocks
This is an easy-drinking whisky, so a good one to serve to beginners.
The Singleton of Dufftown 15 Year Old On The Rocks
How to pour it
  1. 50ml Singleton of Dufftown 15 Year Old

Enjoy with a couple of ice cubes in a tumbler.
15.8g alcohol / 2 standard units
Did You Know?
Dufftown produces more malt whisky than any other town in Scotland.
Each September, Dufftown hosts a Speyside whisky festival when you can visit distilleries not usually open to the public.
A local saying goes: "Rome was built on seven hills, Dufftown stands on seven stills.”

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