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Signatory North British 1997

A pale gold color with a nose that has cake, butter, raisins , lemon citrus and some sweetness.  The taste had some spice and pepper but with toffee and butterscotch and finishes with marzipan and almonds.  Like blended scotch, grain whisky often takes the back seat to single malt in the whisky world, but this is a great example of why every now and again grain whiskies should call "shotgun" and ride in the front seat.

Additional Info

  • Country of Origin: Scotland
  • Type: Single Grain
  • In '101 Whiskies to Try Before you Die': No