Speyburn Malt Scotch
Speyburn 10 years old single malt is matured in a combination of American Oak ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks.
Speyburn Malt Scotch Tasting Notes
Fresh, clean with a hint of lemon.
Medium bodied with hints of toffee & butterscotch and a long, sweet finish. A global favourite, Speyburn 10 year old is ever the crowd-pleaser
Pale gold with amber highlights.
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