Cragganmore, 12 Year Old Speyside Scotch Whisky

Added by: tedvilla
Added on: Nov 29 2010

Cragganmore, 12 Year Old Speyside Scotch Whisky

Ingredients needed to make a Cragganmore, 12 Year Old Speyside Scotch Whisky

A glass
An ice cube
A generous pour

Cragganmore, 12 Year Old Speyside Scotch Whisky Cocktail Recipe Directions

Pour whisky in glass.
Add cube.
Enjoy.

tedvilla's Notes

This is a fine mellow and smooth scotch. Moderately muscular and definitely peatier and smokier than the Glenmorangie that I posted a while back. Drank this as a nightcap with my wife on Thanksgiving night. Note the tiny bit left in the bottle. Need more.

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MixMaster said:

I'd like to try this one out after reading the description and reviews. My bar doesn't carry Cragganmore at all.

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Bartender said:

Cragganmore released a very limited edition "16 Year Old 1993 (Bladnoch)" version of their fine product. There were only 313 bottles poured from a single cask. I was fortunate enough to sample a taste of that. I forgot my camera on that adventure, but it is nice to know that the 12 year is readily available, an nearly as high on quality and taste.

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JakJericho said:

Craganmore 12 year is not unlike the Balvenie Double Wood 12 year in smoothness and taste. Both originate from Banffshire, Scotland. Both are easily palatable. In the words of Bartender, both can almost be considered an "entry-level" Scotch Whisky. Great stuff. I'm so low that I'm actually out of this one. Top Shelf.