Roger's Whisky Company: Campbeltown 6 Year Old Scotch Whisky


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Key Facts About This Whisky

Bottler: Roger's Whisky Company

Range: Roger's Hidden Treasures

Founder: Roger Tan

Distillery: A secret Campbeltown distillery

Age: 6 Years Old

Region: Speyside, Scotland

Spirit Type: Tea-spooned malt 

Cask Type: Single cask

Cask Ref: 31

Alcohol by Volume: 54.0%

Distilled: 2015

Bottled: 2021

Outturn: 364 Bottles

Bottled: Natural colour and without chill filtration

Bottle Size: 700ml

Campletown Malt Tasting Notes

Nose: Initially fresh, a bit grassy, orange zest with maple syrup waffles. This one really appreciates some time in the glass and changes, bringing interesting new flavours. Fantastic chocolately sweetness, nutella! Milk chocolate and hazelnut. After 30 minutes in the glass: literally an explosion of nutella, almost unbelievable!

Palate: Super smooth and rounded, superbly integrated. Just a touch peppery. Orange peel, tangerine juice coming into the mix. And that chocolaty vibe again.

Finish: Dark chocolate, cacoa nibs, tangerine juice, and very long for a young whisky like this.

About this Roger's Whisky Company release 

This is the second release in the "Hidden Treasures" range from Independent Bottler Roger's Whisky Company. When I spoke with Roger about this range he explained that he wanted to offer great quality, yet modest, whiskies at an affordable price. Still the same great quality of single cask whiskies, maximum flavour, and the beautiful artwork that Roger is known for; but by being clever with cask and distillery selection, Roger is able to keep the price as accessible as possible.

In the case of this great quality Campeltown whisky, Roger has found a cask that doesn't come with the distillery naming rights - hence the vague name and the tea-spooned spirit. So the dram you're trying is from a great distillery, but without the increased cost associated with the brand name. 

A delicious Campeltown Scotch whisky bottled at an excellent 54% ABV, natural colour, without chill filtration. And an artisan product from an indie bottler, limited to just 364 bottles. You really can't go wrong.

Enjoy! Ed

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