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This limited edition is a very intriguing release from the awesome Compass Box folks - their Phenomenology blended malt Scotch whisky is "a blend of single malts that combines seemingly dissonant flavor profiles, but together create something compelling". So far, so good. So, what does it taste like? Well, that's for you to find out.
Inspired by Phenomenology (a psychological school of thought based around the experiences that we get from our senses), the Compass Box chaps aren't letting slip what whiskies are present in this expression, or giving out any tasting notes. They want you to experience it without any preconceptions (and so do we - don't expect to find our tasting notes below!). Take a step into the unknown. Discover Phenomenology for yourself.
About the Producer
After many years in the wine trade, American ex-pat John Glaser entered the world of Scotch whisky, learning his art through one of the industry's largest companies. In 2000, he started Compass Box Whisky Company, based on his commitment to evolving practices in the industry to make great Scotch whisky more approachable and relevant to more people. From the beginning, his vision has been to create one of Scotland's finest and most exciting whisky companies, re-establishing the standards for quality and style in the industry. Today, John Glaser is considered one of the most respected whiskymakers of his generation. Compass Box is a blender, bottler and marketer of a range of award-winning blended Scotch whiskies and is headquartered in London, England. Compass Box does not distill its own whisky. Rather, its whisky makers select distillates from a number of existing Scotch whisky distilleries, blend them together, mature them further and bottle and sell the spirits.