Alcohol concentration: 43%
Color: bright gold
Nose: On the whole, it is full of charming and rich floral fragrance, like being in a country garden, with obvious vanilla, cut flowers, and clean toasted tones, gradually turning into a sweet and creamy taste, with a hint of fragrant aroma and Refreshing lemon sourness reminds you of lemon cheesecake. After diluting with water, it has a clear and strong aroma.
Taste: Starts with a soft sweetness, like a cream of English, before quickly turning floral again. Quite smooth especially when diluted with water, interrupted by a fairly fresh palate, and then concentrated flavors with creamy icing, lemon cheesecake, and freesia
Finish: vanilla, slightly dry, like dry flowers
Food and wine pairing: Glenkinch whiskey is especially good with Parmigiano-Granche cheese. You can also try Roca cheese biscuits. It is recommended to taste the food first and then drink the Glenkinch whiskey. Both foods are similar in texture and flavor. Imagine a crumbly Parmesan versus a crispy cheese biscuit. In both scenarios, Glenkinch whiskey can easily cut into the oiliness of the cheese, especially on the biscuit. . Tasting the food first will coat the mouth with a layer of flavors waiting for the wine to be drunk purely. The sweet taste buds on the tip of the tongue sprinkled with some Parmesan cheese will make you discover the light and grassy floral aroma of Grange, because about Hints of wood will also emerge.