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Origins

Rich, complex fruitiness born in the region of Speyside.

Following the passion for our 12 year old we decided we needed to have another whisky in the collection, bringing a different expression. Our 18 year old conforms to a style renowned in its region, fruity, aromatic and sherried. This is a fantastic whisky!

Tasting notes

Kenton Park Estate XVII

46% ABV - A deep honey coloured whisky from the region of Speyside in Scotland, rich in complex fruitiness.

On the nose - A wonderful combination of sherried peaches combined with vanilla, green apple and hints of freshly chopped wood from the forest.

On the palate - Warming sherry notes, with tantalising hints of vanilla followed with a mulled spice and fresh citrus notes such as green apple and pear.

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Finished to excellence

Allowed to mature and develop for 18 years this whisky is a beautiful expression.

Our 18 year old is allowed to sit in ex bourbon barrels for up to 16 years, all the while developing flavours, moulding into a beautiful drink. Finally it is finished for 2 years in sherry casks, imparting phenomenal sherry notes and a bold vibrant and aromatic fruitiness.

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An intro to mixology.

Whisky tastings with a difference

Whisky has always been a passion of ours, so much so that we wanted to have our own as well as building a collection of some of our favourites from around the world. We also have a passion for cocktails here at Kenton Park Estate, one of the highlights of the year is opening up the bar for our Friday night pizza and cocktails!

We thought why not incorporate our passion for cocktails with our tours using the fantastic products we have and learning to make some of our absolute favourites that we serve in the Motley Cru Bar... Whisky based cocktails often do not get the plaudits they deserve and are severely overlooked, let us change that!

£65 per person.

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