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Springbank 10 years old 100 Proof was launched in 2004. It’ name refers to the old British term used for describing how much of ethanol contains any given alcoholic beverage. The “proof” was defined as 7/4 times the alcohol by volume and a “proven” solution was 100 degrees proof (100°). To determine the alcohol content one needs to multiple number of proof by 4 and divide the outcome by 7 (100 x 4 = 400; 400 : 7 = 57.1). The whisky aged exclusively in ex-bourbon barrels. Despite great reviews Springbank 100 Proof was discontinued in 2011.
Nose: fresh, slightly oily, dried grass and flower petals, caramel, honey, orange peel, lemon pepper, sea salt and distant whiff of smoke.
Palate: very powerful, breakfast cereals, maple syrup, caramel, salted nuts, lemon pepper, bitter orange marmalade, traces of oak and leather and touch of peat.
Finish: long and warming, with notes of lemon, salt, pepper, oak and hints of peat.