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AnCnoc 'Flaughter' - Highland Single Malt Whisky

The Experience

Drink When...
Watching Paxo
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Ask by The Smiths
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Alter Ego...
Jeremy Paxman

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They Say

The Flaughter spade is used to remove the top layer of peat which is richer, more rooty and produces more ‘reek’. This gives a heavier, smokier flavour to the whisky. Pale gold in colour, it has a smoky, ashy nose with undertones of fresh vanilla and sticky toffee. Peaty and intense but remarkably rounded, it flickers with hints of fragrant pipe tobacco, orchard fruits, brown sugar sweetness and a slight medicinal overtone. An intensely flavoursome, smoky and smooth finish.

We Say

A full-on smoke-fest from this usually more gentle producer, Flaughter is a beautifully rounded, powerful presence. Alter Ego: Jeremy Paxman; with a no-messing style that amuses and enthrals its audience, it’s both entertaining and provocative. It’ll make you ask questions of yourself, like ‘if I don’t have a beard, why don’t I have a beard?’ and so forth.

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Single Malt Whisky
Nose:Caramel, Coffee, Oily, Peanuts, Salt, Salt
Palate:Barley, Peach, Peat, Toffee
Finish:Iodine, Long, Long, Nutty, Nutty, Smoke
  • Body
  • Richness
  • Sweetness
  • Smoke

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