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Glenlossie 12YO Càrn Mòr Strictly Limited 2009

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Glenlossie 12YO Càrn Mòr Strictly Limited

Distilled at Glenlossie Distillery in Elgin in 2009, this whisky has been bottled in 2021 after maturing in red wine barriques for 12 years.

Production: 1603 bottles. Naturally coloured and non chill filtered.

It has a beautifully deep colour and offers deep red fruits, juicy blackberries and a lovely grippy finish on the palate.

 

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