NC2 Glen Scotia reviewed in Malt Advocate magazine

Our NC2 Glen Scotia reviewed in this month’s Malt Advocate magazine!

NC2 Glen Scotia 18yo 1981, 46% alc/vol

Glen Scotia has always been the bridesmaid to Springbank. This is justifiable, given the production and the availability of quality bottlings have been so sporadic over the last decade or so. I like this one. It really shows the simple, coastal pleasantness of this Campbeltown distillery. Ripe malty notes are accompanied by brine, cut hay, banana cream pie and honeyed vanilla. Lingering salty, malty finish. With all the sherried and wine finished Springbanks recently on the market (not that there’s anything wrong with that), here’s a nice, no-frills, Campbeltown whisky.

87 points awarded.

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