This was distilled in 1967 at the Strathisla distillery in Speyside. Matured in first fill sherry butts, this is a rich, poised dram which exhibits the Strathisla character beautifully.
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The nose is of good body with notes of orange peels, dried and sugared and steeped in sherry. Eucalyptus oil develops with rubbed petals and soft smoke. The palate is quite full and well-balanced with notes of golden syrup and cut herbs, toasted oak spices develop with a dark yet soft peat and whirls of smoke. The finish is toasted and long with fino notes.
i purchased a bottle of this fine malt 4yrs ago for 60pnds from costco,and as i was born in 67 and my name is keith,was fate,foolishly i opened and drunk it dry,what an amazing whiskey.now i can buy 1 any where,help
11th March 2012