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Penderyn Welsh Single Malt
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$79.99
750ml Bottle
$455.94
Case of 6
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Item #167001
Size: 750ml
Type: Scotch
Varietal: Single Malt
Country: Wales
Proof: 92

"Golden amber color. Fig, dried tropical fruit and flowers aromas with a nice layer of honey, ginger, and spice. A very smooth and round entry leads to a dry-yet-fruity medium body of pronounced sweet fig, dried papaya, and herbal honey flavors. Finishes with a long five spice, crystallized ginger, and pink peppercorn fade."

Reviewed by: Beverage Testing Institute


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