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Delhi, Tease Your Senses At The #SingletonSensorium This Weekend

Saylee Padwal

See, smell, taste, listen, feel.
Our senses were in for a treat at the #SingletonSensorium – an unique way of discovering Single Malt Whisky.

Curated by Food Talk India, the event had us indulge in a sensory experience that helped us know The Singleton better.

Here’s all that we learnt about this sweet, mellow dram.

Say Hello To The Singleton
The Singleton boasts fresh, complex flavours that expertly excites experienced imbibers and converts new drinkers with their sheer deliciousness. 

Distilled in the last of seven distilleries founded in Dufftown, Glendullan, it was the brainchild of blenders from Aberdeen by the name of William Williams and sons.

Glendullan brings with it a light, delicate, greenwood flavour because of American oak casks, which help yield a whisky with the subtle softness of fresh orchard fruits.
Versatile And Vivacious, The Singleton of Glendullan 12 YO is delicate, light and perfectly balanced. Be it neat, on the rocks, with a mixer, or even in a cocktail, this single malt can be enjoyed in multiple ways. Created to be enjoyed by everyone from the very first sip, it’s a spirit that eases you into a whole new experience when it comes to whisky.

Delhi, Tease Your Senses At The #SingletonSensorium This Weekend

The Singleton Sensorium
Hosted by India’s largest community of food lovers, Food Talk India, the Singleton Sensorium welcomed us into a home for an immersive experience that brought alive all our senses.
The curated tour introduced us to a whole new format of experiencing and enjoying the complex yet, rich characteristics of The Singleton Of Glendullan 12 YO as we smelled, saw, tasted, and touched.

Delhi, Tease Your Senses At The #SingletonSensorium This Weekend

We were lucky enough to be a part of a guided walking tour through a first-of-its-kind pop-up exhibit at Dhan Mill and get involved in an immersive tasting of the single malt.
A treat to the senses indeed!


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