Royal Salute 32år Old Union of the Crowns
- Publiceret: fredag, 4. november 2016 18:22
- Skrevet af MacNiels
"Royal Salute 32 Year Old Union of the Crowns pays tribute to the events of 1603, when King James VI fused three mighty kingdoms to create the modern British Monarchy. Reflecting the significance of this historical event, the rare single malts in Royal Salute 32 Year Old Union of the Crowns also show the power of unity, combining precious whiskies to create an incredible experience that can boast to be greater than the sum of its parts."
Old Union of the Crowns indeholder whisky blandt andet: "Longmorn with its creamy texture; the characteristically fruity Glen Keith; the sweetness of Tormore and the richness of Braeval as well as long-since closed distilleries - Lochside and Caperdonich. With all of these elements combined the final expression offers a rich and fruity nose with flavours of soft caramel toffee, dark chocolate and orange with a touch of ginger cake."
Aftapningen kommer selvfølgelig som de andre Royal Salute i en porcelæns flaske.
Brand Director hos Chivas Brothers, Peter Moore udtaler: “We are very pleased to present Royal Salute 32 Year Old Union of the Crowns, a truly precious blend of aged whiskies. This unique Scotch unites the timeless tradition of our skills and history with a contemporary understanding of the whisky experience preferred by today’s discerning spirits drinkers. The British Monarchy has been at the heart of the brand since its foundation in 1953 and, as a true representation of the exquisite craft of the Royal Salute blending team, we expect this new expression to become a sought-after collector’s item for international travellers.”
Prisen for en flaske vil blive omkring $380.
Nose: Rich and fruity with notes of peaches in sweet syrup, soft caramel toffee, cinnamon and a hint of luxurious dark chocolate.
Taste: Full and exquisitely smooth, sweet orange flavours balanced with soft ripe pear and a hint of liquorice and ginger cake.
Finish: Long, sweet and smooth.
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