Glen Deveron - Highland Single Malt 18 year old

70cl / 700ml / 40%
Product Details
Region / Type
Distillery
Glen Deveron
Series / Description
Highland Single Malt
Age
18 year old
Alcohol ABV
40%
Cask Wood Type
Oak
Packaging
Cardboard Tube
Bottler
Distillery
Country of Origin
Scotland
Stopper
Cork
Bottle Type
Standard
Bottle Size
70cl / 700ml
Neck Level
Full Level
HTFW Cat. No.
LP8350
£79.95

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Product Description

Even the most ardent whisky connoisseurs amongst you could be forgiven for not recognising The Deveron name as a single malt, that is because the Macduff Distillery owners John Dewar & Co have rebranded from Glen Deveron and launched a new range of expressions under The Deveron name.

This is the first time in the distillery's history that there has been a range of expressions available at any one time from the the Macduff distillery

A 10yo,12yo and 18 year old were released and there was even talk of a Deveron 25 year old when the plans for a new Deveron whisky range was unveiled, no sign of it yet so for the time being this new 18 year old sits at the top of the new The Deveron domestic market range.

Matured in a combination of Spanish sherry and American ex-bourbon oak casks, mainly hogsheads, it has been bottled at 40% ABV. Similar to the other bottlings in the new range, The Deveron 18 year old packaging has a subtle northern Scotland maritime coastal community look and feel to it.

Nose: Honey, toffee, dried sherried fruits, nutty, just a hint of oak.

Palate: Medium bodied, smooth entry with a honeyed sweetness leading the way, vanilla, touch of burnt raisins, some ripe plum, nutty, tobacco, some tangy orange and toffee apple, pear, a touch of late black treacle sugar.

Finish: A short finish with honey sugar coated oak notes and a touch of tangy orange which quickly fade leaving a little drying nuttiness.

This has had a lovely quality sherry oak influence which makes this malt. A shorter finish than expected which lost it a few points but still an enjoyable dram, released by Dewar's under the "Last Great Malts of Scotland" banner.