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Glen Scotia Distillery sits in the middle of Campbeltown, town/whisky-producing region on the Kintyre peninsula. The distillery was operating in the shadow of its neighbor Springbank for the most part of the 20th Century. In 1994 Glen Scotia was acquired by Loch Lomond Distillery Company, which kept it mothballed until the end of the Century. The last change of ownership came in 2014 and brought so much needed investment to the neglected for decades distillery. The mini-bottle presented here was filled in the early 1990s, when Glen Scotia was owned by Gibson International.
Nose: malty, slightly briny and peaty, vanilla, honey, gooseberry, green grapes, wet sand, traces of hay and salted nuts.
Palate: slightly oily, seaweed salad, breakfast cereals, vanilla, apples, quince jelly, lemon grass, hints of pepper and peat.
Finish: pretty long, malty, with notes of sea breeze, vanilla and touch of peat.