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Lowland malts are defined as those coming from the southern half of Scotland - that is, from south of the highland line.
In terms of their taste, the Lowland malts are perhaps a good first stepping stone into the wider world of single malt whiskies for the drinker who wants to graduate from blends: relatively unassertive in character, they are generally soft and light, with a gentle sweetness which ensures them many fans among more experienced palates. Much of the produce of the Lowland malt distilleries is used in blends.
Lowland - 70cl / 43%
This replaced the decommissioned 10 Year Old as Glenkinchie's entry level bottling in 2007. A fine dram which has aromas of vanilla, cut flowers and toasted nuts. Incrasingly sweet and creamy, with fresh citrus and lemon cheesecake. The palate has a sweet, soft start becoming flowery. Crisp mid-pal…