SCAPA Glansa 40%
The single malt SCAPA Glansa is aged in American oak barrels, then finished in peaty whisky barrels. Glansa means "sparkling stormy sky" in the Nordic language, like the often raging sea around the island where whisky is produced. This single malt from Orkney offers a recognizable and unanimous aromatic depth among fans of the brand.
Nose: Smooth and fruity with hints of peach, pineapple, vanilla and subtle notes of wood smoke.
Taste: Flavours of peach and ripe pear, creamy caramel and vanilla perfectly balanced by a smoky taste.
Finish: Very long, ending on a note of pronounced smoke.
Built in 1885 by Mcferland and Townsend, the Scapa distillery is located on the Orkney islands, the northernmost Scottish archipelago ever known for the production and maturation of single malts. In addition to the Master Distiller, it is administered by only 5 people and has only 2 stills of small size, thus producing rare and singular whiskies.
- Single Malt
- Maison de Négoce
- Embouteilleur Officiel
- Peu tourbé
- De 40 € à 80 €