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Teaninich 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

(70cl, 48.0%)
Teaninich 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions  (Duncan Taylor)

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Insider knowledge: Teaninich 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor) whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be Teaninich 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor) whiskey, as opposed to whisky.

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Teaninich Dimensions Bottling Note

The Dimension Collection from Duncan Taylor often throws up some outstanding whiskies and this 28-year-old Teaninich is a good example. This non-chill filtered single malt offers a superb, concentrated palate and really is thoroughly enjoyable.
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Some rather unusual medicinal notes, bandages and camphor, mixing with quince jelly. Some beautiful notes of ripe apricots, greengages, light honey, crystallised chestnuts. Keeps developing on sweet white wine, dried oranges, camomile, with some whiffs of coal smoke and even something maritime. Subtle and delicate.

Palate: Lots of oomph and a nice sweetness. Rather malty, with some notes of sugared cereals, dried oranges, caramelized pastries. Some bold notes of over-baked cake, maple syrup, roasted peanut. Crispy praline and nougat.

Finish: Long and creamy finish on fruit jams and candy sugar.

Overall: A concentrated, dense dram and very, very enjoyable. Totally flawless.

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User Reviews of the Teaninich 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

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Yes, I got the smokiness off the nose right away. Surprised me a little. I thought more of a peaty smoke than coal. A lot of tannins---should I have expected that? But still very smooth and rich, and even, yes, sweet, on the tongue when the initial zest ones begins to yield. Absolutely long finish. Yes, very nice experience.

18th May 2013

Very nice!

I wrote this review before reading the tasting notes, and was quite pleased to notes that my bizarre references to coal and Swansea maritime museum were mentioned above!! Quite a light aroma, slightly grassy, slight smoke. Taste reminds me of Swansea Maritime Museum (bizarrely!) with an almost coal-like smoke, not very woody, despite its age, tastes of old filing cabinets and musty offices, but in a good way! A narrow, but fully packed taste... Very nice indeed!

11th December 2012

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