What's in a name? Fettercairn '1824' 12 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Fettercairn '1824' 12 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Aromatic, oily, beeswax, honey. Walnut and hazelnut. Barley.
Palate: Medium, oily, nutty. Spicy. Sweet honey. Crystallized stem ginger. Malty.
Finish: Medium. Winter spice. Cinnamon, ground ginger, walnut. Oak.
Loved this whisky, bring it back and modernise the bottle please.
10th October 2014
1824 was by any measure an awesome whisky. As good as any and absolutely mind-blowing when one looks at the price.
19th December 2013
I have an unopened one waiting for a special occasion ...
26th August 2013
I got the last ( very last ) bottle at Chamonix....
22nd April 2013
yes agree with below, just finished last bottle i had and was hoping to buy a few more, very dissapointed to see now not available to buy- will have to find an alternative
28th December 2011
This was my favorite whisky, Why did you ever stop making it.
It was the best in my view.
The rating should be zero now, as it is no longer for sale.
Now got to find another whisky to suit my palette.
2nd November 2011