Dimple 12yr Scotch
Dimple is famous for not only its unique bottle shape, but by its long standing reputation for producing one of the finest blended malts available. Using malts predominantly from Glenkinchie and Linkwood, Dimple 12 Year Old is a beautifully well-rounded Scotch with surprising depth.
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Dimple Golden Selection Scotch Whiskey
Dimple Golden Selection is made from a specially-curated blend of several whiskies that form an exceptionally sweet, smooth formula. The nose is rife with vanilla, toffee, and a dash of hay, while the palate is redolent with sugary sweet dried fruit, spice, and savoury tobacco. Simple, smooth and satisfying, this is definitely a dram worth giving a damn about.
Long before David Beckham and Haig Club, there was Dimple Haig. Launched at the end of the 19th century, it became the deluxe, sophisticated brother to the standard Haig & Haig blend, while in the US it has long been known as Dimple Pinch. Whether the name inspired the bottle or vice versa is unclear, but Dimple has always been packaged in a distinctive lozenge-shaped bottle with pinched sides like a collapsed pot still. Of the various expressions over time, the 15-year-old has a caramel sweetness, a touch of spice, some vanilla oak and no discernible smoke.
Dimple 15 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky
Remembered by the distinct shape of its bottle as much as it is for the drink inside, Dimple whisky is a blended Scotch whisky from the house of Haig. Created by blending together malt whiskies from the Glenkinche distillery, the Linkwood Distillery and many others, this blended Scotch whisky is matured in used Bourbon Oak barrels. Carrying an age statement of 15 years, meaning the youngest whisky used in their blend is at least 15-years-old, the Haig Dimple Scotch whisky earns its name due to the dimpled, three-sided bottle it is packaged in. It has long been enthusiastically considered a collector’s item for every whisky lover who takes pride in amassing a collection worth admiration.
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