Black Bull Kyloe Scotch Whisky (50% abv)

Black Bull Kyloe Scotch Whisky (50% abv)

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Tasting Notes for Black Bull Kyloe

Nose: Rich, with toffee apple, pear, clementine, brown sugar and toasted oak.

Palate: Hazelnuts, milk chocolate, malt and raisins.

Finish: Vanilla, cream and oak. Medium to long.

  • The award-winning Black Bull range of Scotch whiskies was first produced as a blend by the Dundee-based blenders George Willsher & Company in the 1860s, and came to prominence after the repeal of prohibition in the U.S. in the 1930s. The original concept and philosophy of Black Bull was to blend with a high malt content and bottle at 100 proof (50% abv) and in small batches, a philosophy which current custodians Duncan Taylor stay true too to this day.

    Black Bull Kyloe was released in 2014 and was inspired by the hardy breed of wild highland cattle, the Kyloe, known to survive in the bitter windswept highlands and islands of Scotland. Staying true to the philosophy passed down since the 19th Century, Kyloe is blended using the finest malt and grain whisky, at a high ratio of malt to grain, and bottled at a hearty 50% abv, without the use of chill filtration, to offer a bold, authentic and powerful sensory experience.

  • World Whiskies Awards: Gold - 2017

  • Duncan Taylor was founded in Glasgow in 1938 where the company was initially a merchant and broker of Scotch whisky casks within the Industry. Over the decades, the company built strong ties with distillers and distilleries over Scotland, with the company bringing their own casks to the distilleries to be filled with new make spirit. This resulted in one of Scotland’s largest collections of cask whiskies from distilleries – many of which are now closed – maturing in the Duncan Taylor warehouses today.

    In 2002 Duncan Taylor moved its headquarters to Huntly, on the periphery of Speyside, Scotland’s largest whisky producing region, where it has its own facilities for cask storage, bottling, a cooperage and very soon, its own distillery. At that time, Duncan Taylor also ceased the “brokering” of whisky casks to distillery companies and bottlers to focus on the production and marketing of its own brands, and diversifying the portfolio with the addition of gin and rum.

  • ProducerDuncan Taylor
    StyleBlended Scotch Whisky
    AgeNo Age Statement