Clan MacGregor Scotch
Fifteen of Scotland’s finest malt and select grain whiskies from the Scottish highlands, lowlands and the heart of Speyside have been skilfully blended to create the smooth and mellow, award winning flavour of Clan MacGregor. The result is a high quality, light and fragrant whisky with a well-balanced, smooth, mellow taste that resonates with whisky drinkers across the world.
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Clan MacGregor Scotch Tasting Notes
Distinctive sweetness, vanilla, malted, drying, hints of smoke.
Rich, grainy sweetness, hints of dry smoke, baked apple, biscuity, smooth, malty, lingering
Long, clean, delicate sweetness.
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