Dimple Gold Selection from the Haig distillery is produced by blending more than 30 malt and grain whiskeys. This expression blend comes from the Lowland and Speyside regions of Scotland. Glenkinchie and Linkwood malts.
The first undeniable feature of Dimple is its bottle design, which looks like a perfume bottle. This triangular bottle design, which was first introduced in 1890, was registered in 1958 and became a trademarked design.
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Dimple Gold Selection (Scottish Blend, 40% abv)
Nose: A very sweet and sharp nose. Vanilla and honey are concentrated. With fruity notes such as mango, grape and peach, Dimple Golden Selection resembles a sugary perfume in harmony with the bottle design.
Palate: A bodied, oily texture. It is quite sweet on the palate as well as on the nose. Honey and brown sugar. Cinnamon, spice and black pepper make itself felt. Alcohol is a little soft on the palate.
Finish: Medium length sweet finish. Brown sugar is accompanied by very little soot and oak notes.
Comment: Dimple Gold Selection is a whiskey that I always keep at the front of my collection because of the bottle design I love. This expression of Dimple, which I find successful in terms of price/performance, is a good option for sweet and full-bodied whiskey lovers.
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