Glen Moray Port Cask 700ml
NZD $54.99 inc. GST
Tasting Note :
Nose: Creamy vanilla at the fore, joined by jammy redcurrants and blackberry. Toasted oak touches in the background.
Palate: Butterscotch candies, golden barley and a touch of cinnamon. The port cask influence comes through with light notes of raisins and freshly picked red berries.
Finish: Rather long, with honey, vanilla and a dusting of cocoa.
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