A balanced and soft single Speyside Malt, which is rich in fruit and oak flavors: we describe the Knockando 21 Years Master Reserve best. It goes well with all meals, desserts and to wind down a long, stressful day. The Knockando distillery lies in the Scottish Whiskey Paradise Speyside. You can look back on a long history since it was founded in the 1898th In 1985 the company celebrated a big anniversary, when the one billionth bottle was bottled. The original two stills have doubled already in the late 60s to 4 and the success story still continues. Friends of Speyside whiskeys are enjoying especially at the deep golden color of the 21-year-old single malts. This is reminiscent of Bernstein and the long storage ascribed. The taste, however, is based primarily on storage in sherry casks, which chooses the head of the distillery in person. This particular single malt with its aroma of roasted grain, cooked fruit and honey has a flavor reminiscent of nuts. Also, vanilla and red fruits are well appreciated when the connoisseur enjoys the light-tasting cocoa whiskey. The departure describe lovers as slightly bitter with a penchant for Walnut, menthol and anise. includes also in taste are marks of various spices and sweets, such as ginger and chocolates, as well as a fine malt nuance. The oldest, regularly present in the sale vintage-filling of Knockando is stored in special barrels. For the 21-year storage results in a taste of the special class, which is exceptionally deep and soft.
Knockando 21 Year Old Master Reserve is a 21 year old single malt whisky from the Knockando whisky distillery (located in the Speyside region). Rated an average of 4.0 out of 5 by 32 reviewers and available from Master of Malt for only £83.78, with reviews like that this is one single malt whisky you can’t afford to miss