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Uitvlught 18 Year Old 1997 (cask 13) Duncan Taylor

(70cl, 53.5%)

Uitvlught 18 Year Old 1997 (cask 13) Duncan Taylor

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Uitvlught 18yo 1997 #13 Bottling Note

Guyanese rum bottled by Duncan Taylor, best known for their independent whisky releases. An excellent opportunity to experience single cask pot still rum! The outturn of this cask was 304 bottles at 53.5% abv.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Overall: Full with molasses and sweet honeyed fruit.

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Uitvlught 18 Year Old 1997 (cask 13) Duncan Taylor Reviews

Versaille still

The original Uitvlugt still is a 4 column Savalle still. There wasn't a pot still at Uitvlugt until 1993 when the single wooden pot still was moved there from the Versaille distillery. So whilst this is from the Uitvlugt distillery it's actually highly likely to be produced on the Versaille pot still and not actually the Uitvlugt it's a Versaille :-)

26th July 2016

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