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The Lowland region comprises the southernmost third of Scotland. Lowland whiskies tend to be drier and lighter than most other Scotch whiskies. They are also very light in peat, salt and smoke as compared to whiskies from other regions. Lowland malts are dry, when compared with their Highland counterparts, and, although often quite spirity, are light whiskies with generally fewer individual differences than those of other regions.

Lowland whiskies are thought to be excellent options for "beginners."

Auchentoshan Scotch Single Malt 12 Year (750ml)

(Tried & True Award)- Pale gold color. The vivid aroma comes right at you from the first inhalation as the fragrance features dry breakfast cereal, multigrain bread dough, baker’s yeast, cigarette tobacco. Flavor profile is narrower than the generous bouquet but its concentration on the desert dry malt is what’s so attractive from entry through finish. To The Eye Golden honey. To The Nose Creme brulee, a burst of citrus and the signature nuttiness and green leafiness of Auchentoshan. To The Tongue
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Mcclelland's Scotch Single Malt Lowland (750ml)

Colour: Ripe summer barley Body: Light, fresh and very smooth. Nose: Rich floral notes fuse with freshly grated nutmeg and ginger. A distinctive Lowland ‘malty’ flavour is clearly identifiable with a flourish of ripe tangerine zest.Palate: A fresh, invigorating, clean sensation. Essentially sweet, the mellow flavour is complimented by the delicate perfume of roses and lavender. Finish: A mouth coating oiliness leaves a lingering sensation on the palate.
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Auchentoshan Scotch Single Malt 18 Year (750ml)

The dense aroma, profound with honey and wafting with smoke, hints at what’s to come. On the palate, sweet vanilla and baked apple give way to lots of mouthwatering spice on the finish-clove, cinnamon and nutmeg. To The Eye Deep golden summer barley. To The Nose Fresh tobacco leaf - then sweet with a hint of caramelised sugars, green tea and toasted almonds. To The Tongue A floral freshness with sweet barley sugar at first - this gently ebbs to reveal a tangerine zestiness. The palate is left alive and refreshed. To The End
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The Lost Distillery Stratheden Blended Scotch Whisky

Stratheden is the second release from The Lost Distillery Company. Closed due to the impact of prohibition in 1926, the distillery buildings still exist (in part) today with some original markings on the walls and doors hinting at its glorious past. Indeed, the colour we've selected for the label of The Lost Distillery Stratheden matches the colour of the warehouse doors that can still be seen to this day.
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