Glen Ord is one of three distilleries (along with Dufftown and Glendullan) which use The Singleton brand. The Singleton of Glen Ord 15 Year Old is rich and complex with notes of ginger, vanilla and melon. A rounded and waxy dram with richer flavours providing a solid background for lighter and sweeter notes. A great every day sipper.
Soft and waxy with orchard fruit – apples and pears – backed up by soft spicy notes and a hint of the tropical. As it sits in the glass, honeysuckle and butterscotch develop, along with a touch of buttery pastry.
Slightly oily texture with the fruit from the nose complemented by orange zest and a touch of bitter citrus oil. Spice is more noticeable on the palate, with ginger and nutmeg sitting on top of vanilla and creamy notes.
Quite long, with sharper fruit softening to a spicy end.
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