Croftengea 2007

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54.7% ABV. / 700ml 
Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Cask No.397

A. D. Rattray Cask Collection

  • Known as Croftengea
  • 12 Years Old
  • Cask Type: Bourbon Hogshead 
  • Cask No: 397
  • Date Distilled: 02.04.2007
  • Date Bottled: 09.03.2020
  • Number of Bottles: 270
  • Cask strength: 54.7%
  • Un-chill filtered
  • Natural colour

Cask Notes

Croftengea (“Tree of the Pledge”) is one of several makes from Loch Lomond distillery, who use different phenol levels in their barley, and combine a variety of stills. Here, heavily peated barley meets lighter spirit production, performing a delicate balancing act in this bourbon hogshead of understated grace.

Tasting Notes

Colour: Lemon gold.
Nose: Wet pebble, prawn cocktail and chive.
Palate: Salted grapefruit, cool mint ash and bright apricot.
Finish:Peanut and clove underpinned by a fresh, light peat.

*Images are for illustration only and do not always accurately reflect the colour of the whisky. 

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