Green Spot Whiskey
A delightful combination of fruit, toffee and malt.
Green Spot Whiskey Tasting Notes
Toffee and malt dominate, but still rather lean and clean, with a smattering of apple and pear.
Quite short, but lovely balance between the fruit and malt
Soft on the palate, with chewy maltiness, and gentle fruit.
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