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Cask Orkney 18 Year Old (A.D. Rattray)

(70cl, 46%)

Cask Orkney 18 Year Old (A.D. Rattray)

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Cask Orkney 18yo Bottling Note

An 18 year old single malt distilled on Orkney (though the exact distillery that produced it remains a mystery), bottled by A.D. Rattray. The whisky was drawn from ex-bourbon casks and bottled at 46% ABV without any chill-filtration or additional colours.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Beeswax, salted caramel, flapjacks and buttery sultana.

Palate: Continued notes of baked goods and caramel, now paired with a light waft of sea spray and sharp citrus.

Finish: Whispers of old oak and oily walnut.

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Cask Orkney 18 Year Old (A.D. Rattray) Reviews

Long may the 'Cask' series continue

Highland Park at a steep discount and improved quality (higher volume, no chill-filtration, no fake colour, no silly LARPer branding) - what more could one ask for? There are some things to be aware of however, unlike official bottlings, this relatively unblended production can be a little 'rough', but it's nothing that doesn't clear up with a little water and time. What initially appears aggressively cask-driven and spirit-heavy opens up into a miracle of fresh fruit flavours with the light peated backing receding the more patient you are with it.

18th March 2019

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