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Tasting notes for Glen Garioch 8 year old

Distillery bottling
43% a.b.v.

Fairly boring. Soft in the mouth. Rye bread, pear, and golden raisin in the nose. Notes of butterscotch and toffee in the palate, with some wood and grain off-notes. An easy-drinker. Perhaps a good transition to single malts if you are used to drinking Jameson’s.

Suggested for:
Aperitif, maybe, or substitute for lager

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