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Royal Salute 21 Year Old The Signature Blend Scotch Whisky 70cl

ā‚±5,999.00
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Spirit Type:Ā Blended Whisky

Country:Ā Scotland

ABV:Ā 40%

Bottle size:Ā 70cl

The Royal Salute 21 was launched in 1953 by the Chivas Brothers as a tribute to the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and was named after the 21 gun salute.

With its elegant and majestic porcelain flagon bottle, it will give you approachable fruity aromas, soft smoke and honey flavors, and a lingering smooth, delicate finish.

Tasting Notes

Colour: Deep Golden Amber.
Nose: Rich, fruity aromas and sweet fragrance of autumn flowers.
Taste: Full, deep fruity flavours with a subtle smokiness.
Finish: Rich, long, lingering.

Description:

It was introduced on June 2, 1953, in an honor of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her coronation. The name of the Scotch Whiskey has come from the "Royal Salute," 21 shots that mark the coronation of every King and Queen of the United Kingdom.

The Royal Salute 21 Years is represented in an exceptional and authentic porcelain bottle. The bottle exists in 3 diverse colors: emerald, ruby, and sapphire, known as the English royal colors. It states the jewels of the crown of England. Furthermore, every bottle is marked.

It is a non-peaty whisky, described by its sweetness, dispersed in the mouth. It is suggested to assist it without pure water in a whisky glass. Eventual scotch drinkers very much appreciate it, but it will also delight those who like Speyside malts overall. It has a dark amber whisky-- a traditional color for this sort of alcohol.

It has a smoky fragrance that disperses in the air as soon as the bottle is unbolted. It has a fruity raisin with different blends of aromas with light hints of floral tints along with nutty bitterness. Oak spices have a comprehensive fragrant profile.

The flavors have dried fruit tastes of cherries as well as the aromas of the apricot that offer the drink with a little amount of sweetness. Moreover, Oak Spice is full of an amazing kick, traditionally the process of the Scotches. The drink also comes with a unique smokiness. It offers a long and somewhat buttery finish to the whiskey.

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