William Peel Scotch
It is the encounter between malt and grain whiskies aged in oak casks lovingly selected and blended with precise expertise that gives it its unique character: rounded and perfectly balanced with generous notes of malt and fruits.
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William Peel Scotch Tasting Notes
You discover its rounded character with generous notes of malt and fruits.
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