Glen Talloch Blended Scotch
The most famous member of the family, a blend containing 30 percent malt whisky. It consists of world-famous single malts like Balblair, Knockdhu and Speyburn, which have aged for at least five years.
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Glen Talloch Blended Scotch Tasting Notes
Soft and round, with hints of citrus, spices and caramel.
An attractive, full and round blend, with hints of vanilla and caramel.
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