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Cragganmore distillery takes its rock face of a name from the mountain in whose shadow it sits. And this is a whisky with many high approaches and hidden valleys of flavour. Known as the most complex aroma on Speyside, it must also be one of the most delightful because the distillery can’t keep up with demand.
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A nose of sherry, brittle toffee, nuts, mild wood smoke, angelica and mixed peel. Elegant on the malty palate, with herbal and fruit notes, notably orange. Medium in length, with a drying, slightly smoky finish.
Gavin D Smith, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.97
Balances richness and fragrance superbly.
Dave Broom 2003, Whisky Magazine, Issue 28
Very accessible, and not given to grandiosity, but it's one of the Speyside greats. Good with some desserts. Try it with cassata.
Michael Jackson 2003, Whisky Magazine, Issue 28
Definitely one of my favourites in the range. You could explore the layers for along time.
Rob Allanson 2009, Whisky Magazine, Issue 79
The nose has honey, soft fruits and sweet spring meadow notes and is very inviting, and on the palate soft barley, summer fruits and a sweetness lead up to an almost tangy finish.
Dominic Roskrow, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.97
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