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    Scotch to try - Tomatin Cù Bòcan, Highland: Nose: A springy citrus blend of oranges and grapefruits which leads into a fresh, floral bloom. Palate: Smoke starts to seep through slowly, growing ever so slightly the longer it's on the tongue. Subtle sweet chillies pop up, as well as a nutty note or two. Finish: Medium, with a final flash of the spectral smoke | Master of Malt

    Scotch to Try - Tomintoul 14 Year Old, Speyside: Nose: Gentle, very subtle. Warm pastries, apple blossom, hints of toffee, citrus, gentle fruit. Palate: Vanilla, creamy, more blossom, barley. Finish: Good length, spices.

    Scotch to try - Kilkerran Work In Progress 6th Release, Sherry Wood, Campbeltown: Nose: Rich and buttery, with brown sugar and cakespice. Palate: Oily and sweet, with more stewed apple and some charcoal touches. Floral touches and raisins sit behind the apple, along with some tingly cinnamon. It almost gets soapy, but stops just before it gets there. Finish: Dark, woody spice lingers, along with some char, turning towards Digestive biscuits over time.

    Scotch to Try - Benrinnes 15 Year Old, Speyside: Nose: Slightly doughy. Toffee chip biscuits. Floral. Palate: Rounded, good sweetness. A whiff of peat. Finish: Barley, biscuity, slightly drying.

    Scotch to try - Glenglassaugh Revival, Highland: Nose: Sweet caramel and toffee with notes of nutty sherry, milk chocolate and honey. Ripe plums, red berries and oranges. Caramelised sugar and earthy, charred oak. Palate: Sweet, rounded and creamy. Oranges, plums, cherry and walnuts, chocolate, honey-mead, sherry and soft, spiced oak. Finish: Medium with warming mulled-wine spices, sherry and caramel.

    Scotch to Try - anCnoc 12 Year Old, Highland: Nose: Aromatic, quite robust. Honeysuckle, fresh flowers, cereals, barley. Palate: Medium, good sweetness. Madeira, winter spices, mocha, Crème de Cacao, herbal hints and toasted granary bread. Finish: Medium length, great interplay between oak and barley.

    Scotch to try - Fettercairn, Highland: Fior means pure or true in Gaelic, and this no-age-statement bottling launched in summer 2010 is something of a rebirth for the much-maligned Fettercairn distillery. Described by the producers as tasting of dark chocolate, coffee beans and peat smoke, with nutmeg, mint, citrus fruits and truffle. The finish is said to be of sherry trifle, marzipan and pineapple.

    Scotch to try - Hazelburn, Campbeltown: Nose: Pungent and aromatic with notes of dried fruits, plenty of sherry integration with notes of citrus, toffee and nuts. Palate: Spicy on the palate, nutty and cocoa rich, oak, coffee, gentle peat. Finish: Coffee, spices, citrus, chocolate, long finish.

    Scotch to try - Ardmore, Highland: ose: Full of caramel. Toasted oak is evident and rich and just the faintest peat has muscled its way through. Palate: Lots of barley and cereal notes, oodles of rich bourbon, smoke and peat still present. Charming interplay through the caramel sweetness and the vanilla spiced oak. Finish: Has a sharp edge, more caramel and sugary barley notes and a lanolin smoothness and more tapering smoke.