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While in Pitlochry we had haggis with a Scotch Cream Sauce at the Old Mill Inn and it was so so good with a pronounced Scotch flavor. I have been trying to replicate here via the various recipes I have found on the web. All were good but I keep loosing the scotch flavor. Is there a secret to it?
I have been using an 8 year old Glen Ness Scotch. It was somewhat inexpensive and has a decent flavor. Not as sweet as a Dewers White Label.