The Singleton of Glen Ord 40 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a decadent whisky, created through the influence of unique casks and extreme secondary maturation for the Epicurean Odyssey Series. Maureen Robinson, a master blender with over 40 years of whisky blending experience, created this luxurious bottle by taking a 12-year-old whisky and double maturing it for nearly 3 decades, then marrying the whiskies in precious ex-Solera Rum casks of Zacapa XO Rum and Zacapa Royal Rum. This medium to full-bodied whisky has a mellow aroma with hints of fruit, savory sage, and a balance of spicy oak. The palate is fruity, turning salty and plum-sour mid-palate, balanced by dark chocolate and a smoky, black pepper finish. Unwind with an indulgent cask-strength single malt scotch whisky best served in a traditional whisky glass, neat or with a little water to enhance the smoky flavor.
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