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WIN A BOTTLE OF ANCNOC 12 YEAR OLD
CELEBRATE NATIONAL SCOTCH DAY IN STYLE WITH AN AFFOGATO SERVE
Happy National Scotch Day everyone! A celebratory day where whisky fans all over the country unite to raise a dram of their favourite Scotch whisky. To celebrate this special day in true style we’ve partnered with anCnoc Whisky from the Knockdhu Distillery located in the picturesque village of Knock, by Huntly in Aberdeenshire, which was established in 1894 and is one of the smallest and most enchanting distilleries in Scotland.
anCnoc’s 12 Year Old from the Core Collection is renowned the world over as a must-have in any Whisky drinkers’ collection. Soft and aromatic on the nose it has hints of anCnoc’s signature flavour notes of honey and lemon, resulting in a long smooth finish. The 12 Year Old’s gentle amber colouring comes from its maturation in American oak ex-bourbon and ex-oloroso casks, which deliver a fantastic flavour profile with a surprise at each twist and turn. This is the perfect entry level dram, set to convert anyone into a Whisky lover.
The affogato is a great signature serve, giving Whisky fans a cool way to enjoy one of their favourite drams this summer– the anCnoc affogato. The summer serve brings together two multi award-winning premium products – the anCnoc 12 Year Old and Saffron’s Vanilla Ice-cream – to create the ultimate summer taste sensation. The creamy vanilla notes of the Whisky are intensified when served with the artisan vanilla-pod small batch ice-cream. The flavours are perfectly complemented by the refreshing citrusy zing anCnoc spirit is famous for. To serve, simply add two generous scoops of Saffron’s ice-cream to a Martini glass and pour a dram of anCnoc’s 12 Year Old directly over and enjoy!
How to Enter
To be in with a chance of winning this anCnoc 12 Year Old simply enter your email address in the below form and complete the additional entry methods to increase your chances. We will draw a winner on august 25th 2017 – good luck!
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