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Fine Scotches from Prescott Brewing Company®

Flight A

Lagavulin
Islay/Southshore: Distinct sherry aroma; Full, smooth body; Dry yet slightly sweet palate with lingering notes of saltiness from the sea air. Huge, powerful, peaty, salty and an embracing finish.

Glenrothes
Highlands/Speyside: Some sherry, very soft fruity-spiciness and a hint of perfumy smokeyness. Medium, silky-smooth body. A caressing,lightly malty palate with hint of sherry, raisins and licorice. Spicy, smooth, becoming dry finish. Aged 12 years

Aberlour A’bunadh
Speyside: Full flavours, slightly smoky with red apples and a fine sherry character. Intense, fruity flavours; buttery and creamy with a syrupy fruit sweetness; soft on the palate with a rich, chocolate orange-like note. Finishes with a long mouth-warming feeling and mellowness; slightly peaty with a honey and spicy aftertaste. Cask strength 59.6 % alc. / Non-vintage

Glenmorangie Madeira Wood

Highlands/Northern Highlands: The flavor is cool to the palate, but spicy on the tongue; fresh and citrus; sweet as it passes, but with a firm, dry finish. Not as sweet as sherry with a distinct tangy character. Aged 12 years

Glenmorangie Sherry Wood

Highlands/Northern Highlands: The malt has a subdued, sweet flavor at the outset with a light & dry finish. Sherry and nuts are apparent in the flavor and these produce a long, warm and pleasant aftertaste. Aged 12 years

Glenmorangie Port Wood
Highlands/Northern Highlands: A butterscotch aroma with hints of chocolate and sherry, medium body; A bittersweet chocolate palate with hints of peat;orange and butterscotch finish. Aged 12 years

Glenlivet 18
Highland/Speyside: Flowery aromas, some sweetness and a hint of sherry. Firm smooth body; Flowery and sweet at first, then developing peach-stone nuttiness to the palate. Aged 18 years

Flight B

Macallan 12
Highland/Speyside: A flowery aroma of sherry and honey; A full smooth body; A delicious palate, hinting of flowering currant: Aged 12 years

Oban
Highland/Western: A peaty, smoky aroma; Full, rich body; A dry palate with smokey, fruity, and malty undertones: Aged 14 years

Talisker
Highlands(Islay)/Skye: A pungent,smoke-accented, rounded aroma; A full, almost syrupy body; A smoky malty-sweet palate with an explosion of pepperiness. A huge, long, very peppery finish. Aged 10 years

Glenmorangie 10
Highland/Northern: An enticingly spicy aroma; Medium body; A spicy, flowery, somewhat sweet and buttery palate: Aged 10 years

Dalwhinnie
Highland/Speyside: Very aromatic, phenolic, lightly peaty; Firm body; Very smooth, honey-heather notes, malty sweet with a sudden burst of peat on the palate. Aged 15 years

Flight C

Benriach
Highlands: A medium bodied, fruity whisky with sweetish overtones and a gentle, malty finish. Aged 10 years

Strathisla
Highlands: A big, robust whisky which is full-flavoured and fruity, with a nutty, sherried sweetness. Aged 12 years

Balvenie Doublewood
Highlands/Speyside: An aroma of sherry and orange skins with a medium rich body. The palate consists of beautifully combined flavors of, nutty, sweet, sherry, orangey fruitiness and cinnamon spiciness. Long, tingling, warm finish. Aged 12 years

Cragganmore
Highland/Speyside: Very complex and fragrant aroma; Light to medium body; Delicately clean, restrained with a huge range of herbal flowery notes on the palate: Aged 12 years

Glenkinchie
Lowland/East: A soft, grassy, rather sweet aroma; Light to medium body; A well defined, smooth, grassy-sweet palate: Aged 10 years

Glenfarclas 10
Tempting sherry-sweet malty tones releasing subtle Christmas spices, honey, vanilla, and pear drops. Delicately light, with a mouth-watering combination of maltiness, smokiness and sherry sweetness. Aged 10 years

Highland Park 12
Highland (Island)/Orkney: Smoky "garden bonfire" sweetness, malty with a hint of sherry; Exceptionally smooth, medium body; Succulent, with a smoky, dry sweetness on the palate: Aged 12 years

Bowmore
Islay: Hint of sherry with saltiness; spicy aromas of heather and lavender: Light sweet then spicy with a hint of smoke; appetizing, lingering, late saltiness. A nice appertif. Aged 10 years

Glenlivet 12
Highland/Speyside: Flowery and soft aromas; Light to medium, smooth body; Flowery, peachy, notes of vanilla, delicate balance between sweetness and malty dryness. Aged 12 years

Glenfiddich
Highland/Speyside: Light and fresh, fruity, almost pear-like aromas; Light, firm, smooth body; A light, dry palate with subtle pear flavors and a hint of smoke. Aged at least 8 years

Laphroaig
Islay/Southshore: medicinal, seaweedy aroma with a hint of sherry; A medium, oily body ; a unique palate of seaweed, salty, oily character: Aged 10 years

Scotch Menu

Pig’s Nose
Blended/Gloucestershire: Malty sweet with orange aromas; Medium bodied; Woody, earthy, bitter-sweet flavors, and is said to be as soft, and as smooth, as a pig's nose: Aged 5 years

Royal Lochnagar
Highland/Eastern Highlands: Big, with some smokiness; Smooth with a medium to full body; Light, smoky palate, restrained fruitiness and malty sweetness. Aged 12 years

Aberlour
Highland/Speyside: A full, malty aroma with a hint of spice and mint; Medium to full body; Dry biscuit notes, malty sweetness, distinctively clinging mouth feel: Aged 10 years

Auchentoshan
Lowland: Saddlery, linseed oil, with a lemon zest aroma; soft to oily body, with a lemongrass, zest of lemon, citusy, orange sweetness without a sticky palate. A gingery, crispy, dryish and lightly warming finish. Aged 10 years

Dalmore
Highland/Northern Highlands: Powerful sherry, fruit and malt aromas; Velvet-smooth palate, with a big development of dry, bitter, sweet orange and smoky flavors: Aged 12 years

Benriach
Highlands: A medium bodied, fruity whisky with sweetish overtones and a gentle, malty finish. Aged 10 years

Strathisla
Highlands: A big, robust whisky which is full-flavored and fruity, with a nutty, sherried sweetness. Aged 12 years

Balvenie Doublewood
Highlands/Speyside: An aroma of sherry and orange skins with a medium rich body. The palate consists of beautifully combined flavors of, nutty, sweet, sherry, orangey fruitiness and cinnamon spiciness. Long, tingling, warm finish. Aged 12 years

Cragganmore
Highland/Speyside: Very complex and fragrant aroma; Light to medium body; Delicately clean, restrained with a huge range of herbal flowery notes on the palate: Aged 12 years

Glenkinchie
Lowland/East: A soft, grassy, rather sweet aroma; Light to medium body; A well defined, smooth, grassy-sweet palate: Aged 10 year

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