Cragganmore 12 Year Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl

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Country Scotland
Spirit Type Malt and Deluxe Whisky
Brand Cragganmore
Size 70cl
ABV 40.0%
Serving Suggestion Serve on the rocks in a tumbler or tulip glass to concentrate its flavour, and add a splash of water to release more of its complexity

The Speyside representative of the Classic Malts series is rich and spicy, with a very satisfying complexity and well-sherried backbone. Hugely complex, rich with layers of flavour and a whiff of smoke in the finish.

From Diageo's Classic Malts range, this bottling from the Cragganmore distillery represents Speyside and proffers a rich, slightly floral whisky with barley notes. For many, the definitive Speyside.

This single malt has a strong malty taste with hints of sweet wood smoke and sandalwood and a long, malt-driven finish with light smoke and hints of sweetness.

Cragganmore is ideal with rich meat tastes, try it with Cumberland sausage, prunes in bacon or Chinese beef in oyster Sauce

IWSC 2015 Silver Medal Winner

Country Of Origin: Scotland

Cragganmore distillery takes its rock face of a name from the mountain in whose shadow it sits. And this is a whisky with many high approaches and hidden valleys of flavour. Known as the most complex aroma on Speyside, it must also be one of the most delightful because the distillery can't keep up with demand.

Founded by Speyside legend Big John Smith, Cragganmore was created using a pioneering flat-top pot still design to create the sweetest, most complex of malt whiskies. Cragganmore Scotch can count barley and Scotland's fastest flowing river as two of its natural influences. In fact, Big John chose the location precisely because of the plentiful supply of spring water, and the connection to the Great Highland Railway line. In fact, Cragganmore was the first Speyside distillery to take advantage of railway transport as a means of bringing in raw materials, and sending out their delicious, unique malt.

Country Of Origin: Scotland

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