Lindores Abbey The Friar John Cor Congregation Batch – Chapter 2

  • 70cl
  • 60.9% ABV
  • In Stock
Lindores Abbey The Friar John Cor Congregation Batch – Chapter 2

Lindores Abbey The Friar John Cor Congregation Batch – Chapter 2

  • 70cl
  • 60.9% ABV
  • In Stock
£58.95 Regular price £67.95 Sale priceSave £9
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The newly released limited edition Friar John Cor Congregation Batch Chapter 2, was matured in a blend of Bourbon, STR, and Peated Rum casks. As with all Lindores' bottlings, it has no added colouring, is non-chill filtere... Read more
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Product Details

  • Brand

    Lindores Abbey
  • Region

    Lowland
  • Size

    70cl
  • ABV

    60.9%
  • Age

  • Bottling

    Distillery Bottling
  • Limited Edition

    Yes

Producer’s Tasting Notes

  • Nose

    Profile - Smell

    Mellow maple syrup, roasted banana, fruity dates, apples and spicy cinnamon, caramelised demerara sugar with subtle waves of earthy peat.

  • Palate

    Profile - Palate

    Rich fruity pears, roasted banana with spicy cinnamon, caramelised nutty almonds followed by a pleasant smoky earthy peat and subtle maritime notes. Very smooth velvety texture, well balanced and complex.

  • Finish

    Profile - Finish

    Long lasting with lots of character.

Product Description

The newly released limited edition Friar John Cor Congregation Batch Chapter 2, was matured in a blend of Bourbon, STR, and Peated Rum casksAs with all Lindores' bottlings, it has no added colouring, is non-chill filtered and bottled onsite at a cask strength of 60.9%

The addition of peated ex-Islay casks, previously used for rum, brings an exhilarating distinction to their unpeated spirit. The final outcome is truly exceptional, a complex Whisky combining fruity sweetness and delicate hints of earthy peat. This unique Lindores Single Malt Scotch Whisky strikes a perfect balance.

Customer Reviews

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Brian Lindores
Sipping Whisky

A tad sharp in the mouth. No particular traces of flavour other than spirit.
Has a wonderful warm after taste. Not be buying it again.

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