Compass Box The Double Single

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Compass Box // Scotland

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  1. Rlechner

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    4.0
    4.0 out of 5 stars
  2. Rlechner

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    4.0
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    Light fruity notes, definitely getting the lemon zest and waxy components that many others have mentioned. The finish is very smooth, albeit somewhat short. Overall a fine sipping scotch for a warm San Francisco October evening. Not sure it’s worth the $150 price point, but having bought the bottle I certainly will enjoy it! Cheers!
  3. wicketmike

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    4.0
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  4. Matthew-Knowles

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    5.0
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    Great drink sweet notes
  5. Soba45

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    4.0
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I'm getting lazy (or maybe is it just efficient..) so I'll start poaching from other reviews. The collective experience sums things up way better than I every can so why bother..little value will be added here. I'll throw in salted green toffee apples from Lee which nailed it (word order shifted slightly around :-)) and I will sum up by agreeing with PBMs sentiment. I think a few great reasonably priced successes have gone to Compass Boxes head. The pricing is getting stupid and completely out of wack with the product. $170USD for this? Still its at least a 3.75 to 4.
  6. migueldurao

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    Great blend, spicey, less complex than blue , tasty, great nose
  7. jone9067

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    5.0
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  8. Colsey12

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    4.0
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  9. Richard-ModernDrinking

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    3.0
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    Late to this party and I felt like I needed more time with it than my small sample provided, but I found this intriguing and worthy of further contemplation. Many of the flavors felt frustratingly just beyond reach of my vocabulary given how little liquid I had to work with, but my notes list a nose of old wooden desks (specifically the one my father used to have when I was a child,) tamarind and dried plums on the palette, and a finish like a very dry ginger snap. Edging into buy-a-bottle territory, if only because there’s a lot of complexity to explore in this minamilist blend, if not quite the slam dunk of many a Compass Box.
  10. rhchestnut

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    5.0
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