Wemyss Malts, Nectar Grove

Weymess Malts has done it again. They released Nectar Grove, a new blended Scotch malt whisky.

Weymess Malts selected Highland Scotch whiskies and finished them for a further period in casks which had previously held Madeira wine. Nectar Grove was named by the Wemyss tasting panel which reflects its succulent and luscious fruit character.

But let’s not forget the amazing label. The eye-catching label was inspired by Ceramics and Fretworks from Portugal, reflecting the vibrancy and variation within the whisky.

Nectar Grove is bottled at its natural colour which has a beautiful peachy hue and at 46% non-chill filtered to retain the intensity of flavours and aroma’s in this whisky.

  • Colour: Peachy sweet
  • Nose: Very fruity, orange peel, apricot, peaches, honey, hazelnuts, hints of tropical banana, honey, toffee. flowerbeds, salty, the complexity of chamomile and milk chocolate with an inner core
  • Taste: Sweet, oranges, mandarin, squeezed apricot with drops of peaches, chamomile, fresh fruitcake covered with melted milk chocolate and walnuts
  • Finish: Lovely sweet, long and tingling.

Suggestions: There is no need to add water, for it is an amazing whisky as it comes from the bottles.

Only 9000 bottles of Nectar Grove will be available from selected retailers in the UK, EU and Asian markets with a suggested retail price of 43,95 pounds.

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