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Singleton of Glen Ord 12yo

(40%, OB, 2012*)
Average Score: 79
Bottle Profile
TypeScotch Single Malts (Disclosed Distilleries)
DistilleryGlen Ord
Bottler Official Bottling
Brand NameSingleton of Glen Ord
Alcohol By Volume40%
Issued2012*
Average Score79


Maniac Ratings
Robert Karlsson77
Konstantin Grigoriadis77
Craig Daniels82
Krishna Nukala77
David Wankel82


Retired Maniac Ratings
Ho-cheng Yao78


Tasting Notes
Robert KarlssonSome edgy pears with a strange oysterish undertone. Hm, difficult nose here. Coastal, salty, a bit strange but straightens up with time. Quite light mouth-feel, classic style. Kind pears, some vanilla, some malty sweetness. Quite short and slightly sourly at the end.
Craig DanielsRetasted 23 October 2013, score changed from 81 to 82. Nose: Sugared almonds, peanut brittle and some sweet, oily herby notes like in hand lotion. Palate: nutty, dry sherry, with a discernible touch of aspirin residue. Finish: wood bitters and toffee, some liquorice. Comment: It's a lively nose and the rest is good. I think the best descriptor is 'well integrated' and I know it's a Highland but I think it's more often identified as a Speyside, when tasted blind. The sherry treatment is subtle, but definitley discernible, especially in the palate. Pretty decent whisky.