Teacher’s was one of the first and believed to be one of the best blended Scotch whiskies. In order to achieve ‘perfection’, William Teacher used a high proportion of expensive single malts. This blend became Teacher’s Highland Cream and to this day, still contains the same high proportion of malt whisky. A malty and creamy whisky, rounded, smooth on the palate with an oaky and smoky finish.
Nose: Fruity, malty aromas. Just a hint of peat smoke with a good dollop of gooey toffee.
Palate: Soft smoke, barley malt and manuka honey. Hints of Malt-driven palate with soft spices.
Finish: Malt and smoke on the finish. Classic.