Scotch was born of a painful requirement for patience. Daneson's is aged in white oak barrels for a minimum of ten years. If it's too old, the oak flavor picked up in the barrel mellows into the same tasting notes as the birch our toothpicks are cut from. Made from a recipe they created in 2011 and continue to tweak to this day, Single Malt No.16 is about the subtle balance of Islay, single malt and top quality birch.
Be patient with this blend, it's boozy, peaty flavor - from a 200-year-old distillery - requires time on the tongue to warm and reveal.
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