Glenglassaugh Octaves

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Der er tale om en Octaves Classic og en Octaves Peated

"Both have been matured in octave casks, which are made from staves of a used cask and are approximately 1/8th the size of a butt.

Like The BenRiach’s new “Quarter” casks, also released today, a smaller cask allows for more interaction between the wood and the spirit, giving the whisky greater depth and aroma in a shorter period of time."

Glenglassaugh Octaves Classic (44% vol)
The Octaves Classic – non chill filtered og ikke tilsat farve er aftappet ved 44% alc "– has an abundance of candy characteristics."
Colour: Rich golden amber.
Nose: Sherbet and candy apples with a gentle warmth of white pepper and cinnamon.
Palate: A vibrant green apple skin note balances with stewed yellow plums and hints of black vanilla pod. Clean, freshly sawn oak softens to crisp, sweet barley in the long finish.
Finish: A delicious combination of citrus and sweet notes complement the unique oak characteristics from the octave cask maturation.
Glenglassaugh Octaves Peated (44% vol)

The Octaves Peated – non chill filtered og ikke tilsat farve er aftappet ved 44% alc "– offers a delightful alternative to the Classic. It was produced using richly peated malted barley as the cereal varietal."
Colour: Bright autumn gold.
Nose: Apricot jam and greengage plums contrast with the warmth of freshly cracked black pepper. A subtle and delicate smouldering peat ember smokiness flows through the palate.
Palate: A fresh crisp lime zest flows over green apples and pears. Hints of tantalising ripe tropical fruits emerge in the mid palate and combine with delicate cigar box spices and a gentle oiliness, bringing great depth to the long exclusive vintage.
Finish: The delicate, sweet nature of Highland peat marries harmoniously with the distinctive spirit and cask interaction found in octave maturation.
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