Scapa Glansa, Orkney Expression that the distillery located on the island, after maturing in first-fill old American oak barrels, subjected it to the finishing process in barrels in which peat and soot-effect Islay whiskeys were aged before.

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Scapa Glansa (İskoç Single Malt, %40 abv)

Nose: The scents of vanilla, honey, caramel and cooked fruit are accompanied by slightly woody, very light sooty and salty notes. Soft and balanced.

Palate: We can clearly feel the peat barrel effect on the palate. Vanilla, caramel and fruity flavors on my nose are accompanied by plenty of sooty and salty aromas.

Finish: Medium length finish with sooty, salty and slightly caramelized flavors.

Comment: Scapa Glansa is a well-balanced and soft island malt that will take you on a short tour of the world of smoked whiskey. It can be the first stop for those who find sooty whiskeys heavy but are curious.

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Scapa Glansa
Scapa Glansa is a well-balanced and soft island malt that will take you on a short tour of the world of smoked whiskey. It can be the first stop for those who find sooty whiskeys heavy but are curious.
Nose82%
Palate83%
Finish82%
Overall82%
82%Overall Score
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