Hand-sourced from the verdant golfing country of the Scottish Lowlands, The Golf Widow’s fragrant top notes of apple and pear pay homage to the region’s majestic greens, as witnessed from the comfort of the 19th hole; a sophisticated and spirited companion enjoyed by those who dare to do things differently.
22 YEAR-OLD SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, SINGLE CASK LOWLANDS
Bottled at cask strength, 59.8%
Non-chill filter and natural colour.
The colour of 9ct gold and exuding the scent of ripe corn. Top-notes of a fresh fruit salad of apple, pear, peach, maraschino cherries, on a base of dry marzipan. Although water is a must with this dram, it does somewhat close the other aromas; clean and delicate; lacquer with a hint of tobacco smoke, spice and lemon peel replace the alcoholic prickle. A smooth mouth feel, and a sweet taste of boiled sweets and fruity chews, with considerable chilli spice and a surprisingly long finish for a Lowland. Stimulating. Sweet. Zesty. Spicy. Unusually peppery. Easy-to-drink.
Scotland’s verdant golfing country must take responsibility for creating many a golf widow, but in this witty illustration there is a suggestion that it is they who may enjoy the last laugh; hinted at by the presence of the Black Widow spider.
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