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Tweeddale 12 Year Old Batch 3
Tweeddale 12 Year Old Batch 3
ABV: 46.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Tweeddale Whisky
Age: 12 Year Old
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The Tweeddale 12 Year Old Batch Three blended Scotch whisky. A mix of 50% malt whiskies and 50% grain whiskies using a whisky recipe first produced over 70 years ago.

Nose: green apple, raisins, vanilla with a hint of white chocolate.
Palate: complex gingery spice, layers of green fuit, then raisins and finally vanilla coming through.
Finish: smooth yet with lasting vanilla and spice.

Blended Scotch

Blended Scotch is a mixture of one or more Single Malt Scotch Whiskies with one or more Single Grain Scotch Whiskies. The inclusion of grain whisky provides a diluting effect on the relatively harsher malt whisky and produces a smoother, milder product. With the resources to mix and blend from a diverse  range of whiskies, Scotland’s whisky blenders are able to standardise the colour, strength and taste across their brands thereby generating repeatability and consistency in their blends

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