Matisse Old Scotch
A smooth 21 year old blend with a hint of toffee, vanilla and oak.
30th December 2016https://www.masterofmalt.com/whiskies/matisse-21-year-old-whisky/
Matisse Old Scotch Tasting Notes
Soft, sweet nose with notes of honey, peels, apple, cut hay and strawberries in cream.
Sweet and creamy. Some peppers, some cola sweets and a hint of honey on the tail.
Tangy and fruity with notes of oak, crème caramel and rum spices. Hints of cold, sweet coffee, toffee apples and vanilla.
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