Compass Box Rogues' Banquet Scotch Whisky

Compass Box Rogues' Banquet Scotch Whisky

(0.75l, 46%)


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Compass Box skimps on nothing, delivering a wonderful crafted and generous blended Scotch.

Compass Box isn’t a distillery or a distributor. Compass Box is a story. It’s a story that began in the year 2000 when John Glaser — a marketing director for Johnnie Walker decided to break out on his own. He was an American working for one of the most iconic brands in the world of Scotch Whisky and — like a typical American — thought that he could do it better on his own. It takes a lot of whisky stones to step out of a dream job with Whisky perks and start a business like this. John buys output from some of the best distilleries in Scotland and then creates custom blends which he finishes and ages to create unique Whisky expressions.

We gotta admit, we love the name. But this blended Scotch is much more than just a cool name.

Compass Box Whisky Rogues’ Banquet is a delicate combination of three stellar Single Malts and one grain Whisky from North British distillery. And these are not just any ‘ol Single Malts. We’re talking about Miltonduff, Clynelish, and Glen Elgin. And since this is a Compass Box, you know that there has been no chill filtering and no artificial coloring used. Further, Lead Whiskymaker James Saxon bottled it at the perfect 46% ABV which makes even a single dram feel like a warm friend.

*This bottle is a collector’s item, we will not be able to entertain any refunds or exchanges.

**Individual orders limited to one item per person, as we wish to give everyone the opportunity to participate.

***Any kind of transit damage is insured and will be reimbursed. 
  • Category
  • Style
    Blended Scotch Whisky
  • Region
  • Country
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
    Compass Box
  • Age
  • Chill Filtered?

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What does Compass Box Rogues' Banquet Scotch Whisky taste like?

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm Gold

Nose / Aroma / Smell
There is the distinct aroma of s’mores over apricot and honey.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is creamy and fruity with papayas and stone fruits up front and granola clusters and marzipan on the back.

The finish is pleasantly long and warm with a spicy ginger snap and roasted nuts.

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Ratings & Reviews
8/10: I began my Scotch journey as a The Macallan fan, then I discovered Compass Box by trying their $20 taster (Peat Monster, Story of the Spaniard, and Spice Tree). Now I'm a collector of everything Compass Box and very proud to say so. But... Rogues' Banquet is my least favorite of theirs so far (except for anything peaty; I don't do swamp-mouth yet.) Still gets an 8 for what it provides, but I'm more willing to buy Spaniard, Spice Tree, Hedonism, The Circle 1, and Oak Cross before this again. It is very smooth and has almost no throat-punch bite to it, but I can't quite discern all the flavors. Papaya? Yeah, maybe. Marshmallow? Not to me. But yes to ginger, apricot, and honey, and (to a lesser degree) nutty and chocolate. The nose is very inviting and I always take longer with it than normal, mostly because it doesn't give up its secrets and flavors too easily. I'm trying to figure it out. Finish is medium and pleasant. It's a fun mystery to engage in, I would never turn it down, and it's quite enjoyable, but doesn't oust others from my top ten. (Feb. 2021)
So so smooth!
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