What's in a name? Killyloch 36 Year Old 1967 whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Killyloch 36 Year Old 1967 whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Medium. Tangy citrus. Lemon marmalade. Pink grapefruit, verbena freshness.
Palate: Medium. Crisp barley. Toasted oak. Spice.
Finish: Peppery, spices, oak. Drying.
Rare find at The Press Gang Restaurant in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Part of their extensive single malt collection. Milan
13th March 2014
I noticed on a recent visit to Gleneagles Hotel that they have a bottle of this behind the bar. Worth trying a glass - more for nostalgia than anything else. Be warned though - It's priced at £260 for a measure (50ml). Enjoy!
20th February 2014