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The Three Sisters - Whisky Review

The Three Sisters - Whisky

Time for another Dram!

The Three Sisters

A Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky made for the National Trust for Scotland

The Three Sisters - Whisky

A bit about

The Three Sisters -Glencoe

As we were making our way to Oban, we stopped briefly in Glencoe to see The Three Sisters (Bidean Nam Bian) a stunning group of mountains. It was pouring down but, while we were there, we paid a quick visit to the Glencoe Visitor Centre, where I found this cute little bottle bearing the same name as the mountains.

I don't have much information about it unfortunately, all I know is that it was sourced for the National Trust for Scotland (the Charity running the visitor centre) and that it has 40% ABV.

Time to try it

The Three Sisters - Whisky

The Three Sisters - Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Nose: As I first opened the bottle - very slightly floral, verging on sweet, with a hint of vanilla. After a while, it smells less floral and more oak-heavy.

Taste: Quite sharp on the palate to begin with, after which it becomes slightly sweet and oaky

Finish: Medium with a slight bitterness towards the end

Pros and cons

The Three Sisters - Whisky

Not surprisingly, it's only available to purchase at National Trust for Scotland Shops, either in some of their stores or online.

It opens up with a few drops of water and it's not too bad in cocktails either but it's a bit too sharp for me to recommend it for sipping.

In conclusion

The Three Sisters - Whisky

Priced at £60 for a 70cl bottle (my tiny 20cl bottle was £25) it might seem to have a higher price than expected, but considering that 100% of profits go towards the National Trust of Scotland's conservation work, I think it can be justified.

On a different note, it's one of the best types of souvenirs I can imagine generally, so at least for that I think it's worth a try.

The Three Sisters - Whisky

As always, please drink responsibly.

If you like this little review please click on the little heart below and if you've tried this whisky, I would love to hear what you think of it, in the comments below.

I hope life is treating you well.

Take care.

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