Glen Scotia Victoriana

Glen Scotia Victoriana

(0.75l, 54.8%)

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Glen Scotia Victoriana is bringing sexy back to Campbeltown single malts.

Distilling in the Kintyre Peninsula dates back more than 400 years to 1609. The hamlet of Campbeltown was founded in 1832 and quickly became known as “The Whisky Capital of the World.” The era of Prohibition and the subsequent emergence of Highland single malt dominance ended the reign of Campbeltown. Glen Scotia is a more recent branding by the Loch Lomond Group in an effort to recreate the magic of Campbeltown’s bygone era.

Glen Scotia Victoriana starts with their classic Campbeltown-styled single malt aged in first-fill ex-Bourbon barrels. How long it is aged at this stage is a bit of a mystery since Victoriana is a “non-age-statement” (NAS) Whisky. The kicker is that this little sexy gem is then finished in deep-char virgin oak casks, which adds extra vanillin and a deeper, richer color. And they aren't messing around, serving it up at 54.8% ABV. Your taste buds and the newly minted Double Gold Medal it just received in San Francisco will both tell you that it turned out pretty darned good indeed.

Flavor Spiral™

About The Flavor Spiral

dark fruit
dark chocolate
citrus zest
What does Glen Scotia Victoriana taste like?

The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Glen Scotia Victoriana and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.
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Single Malt Scotch Whisky is made in Scotland using a pot still distillation process at a single distillery, with malted barley as the only grain ingredient. It must be matured in oak casks in Scotland for at least three years (most single malts are matured longer).

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color 
Warm bronze 

Nose / Aroma / Smell 
A deep, sensual, oaky aroma with burnt sugar and citrus zest.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Big, full bodied, and rich with black currant jam, blackberries, and vanilla curd. 

Dark chocolate blueberries.
Ratings & Reviews
My first taste and my first review since joining Flaviar. I also think this is a bourbon drinker’s scotch. Delicate vanilla nose from the bottle intensifies in the glass. Smooth, balanced taste of sweet yet a bit sharp, with a lovely wisp of smoke finish. Adding a couple drops water evened out the taste and brought out the oak. I love it and will be sure to buy it again.
Just received this from Flaviar, and I like it a lot. Someone described at as a bourbon-drinker's scotch, and that feels appropriate. I normally prefer a little more delicate flavoring, but this has the Glen Scotia character I love.
Presentation: Stylised Box that carries the narrative somewhat. Striking bottle; light green glass showing off the deep golden brown whisky inside. Nose: Sweet, bourbon like nose when uncapping. In the glass I get a fairly compact nosing of mainly heavy vanilla and raisin, no smoke at all. Adding water dampens the nose very quickly. Palate: Lovely oily mouthfeel from the cask strength, brings a beautifully balanced sweet and savoury initial hit, some jammy flavours turn up and then the whole thing matures wonderfully with very subtle smoke and a fair amount of spiciness. Overall, despite the slightly disappointing nose, a delicious and beautifully balanced whisky.
Nice caramel, vanilla and orange zest in the nose. At the palate, despite its 51.5% alcohol is smooth, with notes of chocolate, oak and smoke. Really nice expression
Had at the Whisky Experience in Edinburgh.
A really lovely whisky. A bourbon drinker's Scotch. Lots of caramel and dried fruit notes.
Odd taste, like the more mediocre parts of both Islay and Highlands varieties, a more expensive bottle would probably be much better
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