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Singleton 28 Years Old 70cl 52.3°

• Volume0.7 L
• Net Weight0.7 kg
• ABV52.3 °
• TypeSingle malt
• DistilleryThe Singleton Of Dufftown
• CountryScotland
• RegionSpeyside
• Age28 years
• PeatNon Peated
• CharacteristicsCask Strength
• Reference :39170

322,00 €

This Single Malt, at cask strength, has been refined with a long maturation that did not dim the malty character of the Singleton distillery. Complex and utterly exciting, well-structured and paced, fresh and lively on the palate: a whisky of exception!

« Perfectly balanced, Naturally Rich and Smooth » are words that describe perfectly this exceptional Single Malt.

There is a saying in Dufftown: “Rome has been built on seven hills and Dufftown on seven distilleries”. The Dufftown distillery is the sixth established in town. Its buildings, genuine construction of the 19th century, are based closed to the river, in a small valley bordered with trees and hills. Germination on malting floors has been used until 1968. At the time, modern condensers were used to liquefy the vapours.

The distillery started drawing water from the Highlandman John’s Well Spring from 1896 and is still using the same water. Dufftown distillery has three pairs of stills. Curiously, this whisky is described as “full-bodied” when freshly distilled but twelve years maturing in oak casks brings added smoothness and lovely warming notes. A major part of the whisky ages in American oak casks and a small quantity ages in European Sherry casks. These two flavours combined are the reason why The Singleton of Dufftown is so seducing and well-balanced. 

The uniquely shaped bottle of Singleton of Dufftown is inspired from traditional casks. The colour of the glass evokes the blue-coloured “lead glass” used at the end of the 19th century.

Because of the unique character and quality of The Singleton of Dufftown whiskies, the distillery features in the Classic Malts Selection. Created more than 20 years ago, this selection recognises Single Malts crafted in the tradition of iconic distilleries, and offers the most impressive whisky styles Scotland has to offer.

Thomas V

Très satisfait du service client

Problème du coffret réglé sans difficulté, juste quelques photos à envoyer. Un nouveau arrive à mon domicile sous 48h-72h

    Thomas V

    Très satisfait de ce produit

    Je recommande votre site ainsi que ce produit.
    Il m'a était livré en temps et en heure.
    Colis très bien protégé par plusieurs papier à bulles (impossible que le produit soit détérioré)
    Petit plus : du thé irlandais et une fiole d'un whisky 16 ans d'âge offerte

    Point négatif : le coffret a été fermé avec du scotch basique alors qu'il n'y en avait nullement besoin. Lorsque je l'ai retiré, ce dernier a provoqué des traces (peinture en moins). Actuellement je suis en attente pour le remplacement de mon coffret vu que mon achat est à but spéculatif et la pentures en moins risque d'être gênant pour la revente.

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    Singleton 28 Years Old 70cl 52.3°

    Singleton 28 Years Old 70cl 52.3°

    A long maturation of 28 years that did not cloud the malty character of the Singleton distillery!

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    Colour: intense old gold. Quite racy.

    bold and sweet, thick but quite refined. Notes of apples and ripe pears, with bee wax and heather pollen, mingled with aromatic herbs of the moor. Autumn scents, with subtle smoky notes of flavoursome grains, foreshadowing waxy and leather scents of an old library. On the mid-palate, orange essential oil underlines a more floral aspect, evolving onto vanilla and intense buttercream frosting flavours. A dash of water tones it down and highlights the malty character of grains with notes of strawberry leaves, an intense waxy backdrop and a whiff of smoke.

    Palate: at cask strength, a strong, heavy, oily mouthfeel sensation. Smooth, reminiscent of honeyed whole grains. A warmy attack, slightly pungent and immediately appealing. Covers up mentholated and smoky notes, a rich and fleshy edge of liquorice with a malty biscuit smoothness. Less oily and smoother with a drop of water.

    invigorating, warm and pungent. Pine and cedar wood notes tickle the tongue with a lasting swirl of smoke.