Glendullan 12, The Singleton of
Added on Friday, Apr 3, 2009 at 12:38 AM
  Bottler: OB
  Age: 12 yrs Type: Scotch
  Vintage: N/A Subtype: Single Malt
  ABV: 40.00 % Region: Speyside
  Price: $33 Availability: Better Stores
Member Ratings and Notes
Caramel, vanilla, and malt.  Easy, easy, easy and drinkable.  I really thought this was Glenfiddich 12 (tasted blind), and it has a lot in common with it.  There's not a lot to celebrate here, but that's the point of this -- it's just one of those very un-daring, yet gosh-I-just-can't-not-like-you single malts.  Excellent price. 
N: Lot of caramel and oak, buttery.
P: Very sweet, vanilla, not very complex but reasonable enjoyable.
F: Sweet and coating.
Tasted blind, I would have bet my life this was Glenfiddich 12. 
This is a very smooth, easy to drink malt.  The nose is light with a little heather.  The palette has honey and very light apricot.  Classic Speyside characteristics.  Like a slightly more oily, young Glen Grant.  Good aperitif.  Great price.  
The fourth time I've tried this, the fourth time I've been unimpressed.  Sour.  Avoid.  Not worthy of more comment. 
Malt, with mild caramel on the nose. On the palate, more malt, with a reasonably long finish. Nothing special. 
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