Strathmill 12 Year Old Flora and Fauna Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl

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Country Scotland
Spirit Type Malt and Deluxe Whisky
Brand Strathmill
Size 70cl
ABV 43.0%
A rare bottling from the now discontinued, and beautifully packaged, Flora and Fauna range, now discontinued and getting very hard to find!

This is a soft and fruity single malt with beautiful freshness and touches of nuts and caramel. A smooth, easy drinking all-rounder; good balance of sweet and dry notes and a medium-long finish.

On the Nose: Light and delicate with a hint of �Caf� Noir� biscuits.

In the mouth: A Sweet start. Some acidity. Medium bodied. Vanilla, toffee, orange, heather and honey. A medium-length, dry finish with a Chocolaty aftertaste.
Country Of Origin: Scotland
The Strathmill distillery is located in the town of Keith. Originally built as a corn mill in 1823, it was converted into a distillery then known as Glenisla-Glenlivet in 1891 during the Victorian whisky boom. W.A. Gilbey & Son acquired the building in 1895 and gave it the name Strathmill � probably because parts of the old mill remained intact. The stills were increased to four in 1968. Now run by Justerini & Brooks, the make being a major constituent of J&B Rare.

Strathmill has been in production since it was founded in the late 19th century, so they know a few things about producing Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Strathmill has been almost hidden from view, sitting as it does on a bend of the Isla river, from where it takes its cooling water. The whisky it produces has some of Speyside�s classic characteristics, added to which you�ll find a chocolately, creamy note not often seen in its contemporaries. Though mainly used to add balance and body to blends, Strathmill�s light, sweet and nutty spirit is fortunately available to be enjoyed in its own right.

Country Of Origin: Scotland

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