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Old St Andrews Club House 70cl 40°

Distillery : Old St Andrews / Country : Scotland / Reference: : 21134

With its lovely nose, and malty, caramel and brioche notes, this golf ball shaped whisky bottle is the flagship of Old St Andrews, a specialist of bottlings related to golf. Special care has been taken when elaborating Clubhouse, from bottling to labeling, carried out by hand in the Old Saint Andrews warehouses.

Bottles and miniatures offer a luxury blend named "Old Saint Andrews" referring to the famous Scottish golf course. The Single Malts combined in this blend mainly come from Speyside.

This set is the perfect gift for golf and whisky lovers. A nod A nod signed Old Saint Andrews: "There are millions of golfers worldwide and you probably know one of them. Maybe a friend, a member of your family or a colleague. Golf is not just a hobby for them, it's much more than that. They do not "play" golf, they are golfers!"

This whisky is not only a beautiful bottle, it has received the excellent note of 90/100 in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible, who described it as a whisky of great quality.

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Volume0.7 L
Net Weight0.7 kg
ABV40 °
TypeBlended Whisky
DistilleryOld St Andrews
PeatNon Peated

At Old Saint Andrews, special attention is given to each step of the production.

The Old Saint Andrews Company, specialist of whisky bottling related to golf, a noble sport, made the golf ball-shaped whisky bottle one of its flagships. At Old Saint Andrews, special attention is given to each step of the production, from labeling to bottling and packaging in the Old St Andrews facilities.

Many of the bottles and miniatures offer a luxury premium blend called Old Saint Andrews in reference to the famous Scottish golf course. The Single Malts entering in the blend originate mainly from Speyside.

Colour: deep gold.

Nose: charming and subtle. Notes of white fruits, pears, citrus fruits, lemon, quickly overflown by aromas of cedar and pepper, with an increased fruitiness.

Palate: pleasantly sweet, without being aggressive. Confirms the nose over green apple, malted barley and cereals.

Finish: short, with a malt bitterness and a marked return of fresh nuts and butter.