Old St. Andrews Clubhouse Blended Scotch Whisky (500ml)

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Old St. Andrews Clubhouse Blended Scotch Whisky (500ml)

SCOTLAND
$59.99 Bottle
  • ABV 40%

Old St Andrews Whisky was founded in 1969 by Robert and Julian Haswell with the aim of bringing together Scotland’s greatest gifts to the world: whisky and golf. The first product was a large two litre bottle in a leather golf caddy cart that was developed for the Japanese market. Old St. Andrews Scotch whisky is stored and matured in oak casks previously used for sweet wines, sherry or port, which give it a delicious richness and roundness. The premium blend of carefully selected malt and grain whiskies, sipped neat or with water, ice or mixers will appeal to sophisticated whisky lovers everywhere.

The first Clubhouse golf ball bottles were produced in 1987. Originally they were white - just like a golf ball - and the clear glass 'decanter ' clubhouse bottle was not produced until 1993. Since then it has become the company’s best selling product. 40% Alc./Vol.

Tasting note: Nose: Clean as a whistle; both malts and grains are young but proudly so. A Speyside influence comes through loud and clear: mouthwatering. Taste: The early arrival is identical to the nose: clear as the morning dew on the first green and no less grassy. Finish: long with some grain gaining hold but bringing with it some soft vanillas. Balance: a fair way to start any day. How I love young blends: fresh and lacking any sort of pretensions. It has quality enough.
Rating: 90- tasting note sourced from Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2006.