Speyside is one of the most remote areas of the Scottish Highlands and centres around the River Spey. Speyside is the largest whisky region in the world and home to 70% of all Scotch. "I’m naturally biased, but do see Scotch as the greatest of all spirits. For me, what makes a good whisky is one that is simple enough to be approachable, but complex enough to deal with whatever it ends up alongside in a glass. What we have in Copper Dog is a whisky that has this resilience and versatility. We can give consumers a glass that they are in control of, however they wish to enjoy it, whilst hearing the story and place behind the blend. The spirit, the diversity of flavours created in Speyside is evident throughout – crisp apple, zesty citrus, dried fruit, vanilla and an aromatic spice amongst others. To me, Copper Dog is a true representation of the region." Stuart Morrison, Master Blender of Copper Dog.
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|Region of Origin||Speyside|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
|Whisky Style||Fruity & Spicy|
|Alcohol by Volume||0,4|
|Tasting Notes - Nose||Fresh fruit and toffee apple; an integration of ripe orchard fruits (apples and pears), berries and a hint of citrus, layered above a background of sweet wood and creamy vanilla fudge.|
|Tasting Notes - Palate||Rich creamy mouthfeel, toffee apple, caramelised sugars, soft fruits and a gentle wood presence. With water, fresher fruits become more pronounced on the nose (Bramley apple, Conference pear), alongside grape skin, green pear and more wood spice. Subtle, distant spices help carry the fruit and vanilla characters, giving a long and creamy finish.|