Teacher’s Highland Cream Blended Scotch Whisky 5cl
- It is said that William Teacher would not give his name to his blend until he had found perfection – Highland Cream is that whisky
Teacher’s Highland Cream Blended Scotch Whisky uses fully smoked peat single malt whisky from The Ardmore distillery as its fingerprint whisky. This gives it incredible depth and smoothness combined with a rich smokey undertone. Truly a masterpiece.
A deep and robust maltiness shows through at the very start that is accompanied by a gentle Highland peat smoke tang. This full flavour slowly fades to allow the sweeter fruitier flavours of apples, pears and heavy honey maturity to show through.
There is a challenging and exciting taste that at the same time is round and warming. This superb flavour is full of rich malts and maturity that slowly fades to a silky rounded texture.
Well balanced with a clean busy flavoured fullness that ends with a slow fading of flavours.
William Teacher was a man of self-belief. Over 175 years ago he perfected his famous blend with high smoky peated malt giving it a rich flavour.
The malt in Teacher’s is peat smoked, which is what gives Teacher’s its deep flavour, and amber colour. We call this colour the Golden Glow.
The heart of Teacher’s comes from our own Ardmore distillery, that uses smoked peat single malt. The sweet smoke rises up to flavour the barley adding depth and character to our whisky.
The result is a deep, rich and rewarding whisky where the real flavours shine through every golden drop.
- Country of Origin Scotland
- Packed In Scotland
- Pack Type: Bottle
Preparation and Usage
Enjoy neat, dilute with a little water or over ice. Mixes perfectly with club soda, ginger ale or cola
Edrington Beam Suntory,
191 West George Street,
|Tasting Notes||Rich full flavour|
|Serving Suggestion||Enjoy neat, dilute with a little water or over ice. Mixes perfectly with club soda, ginger ale or cola|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
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