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anCnoc 35 Year Old Limited Edition - 1st Release

(70cl, 44.3%)

anCnoc 35 Year Old Limited Edition - 1st Release

anCnoc 35yo 1st Release Bottling Note

A special limited edition bottling from anCnoc, this 35 year old bottling retains a youthful edge, although it has benefited from its time in the wood.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Baked fruit, especially apples and sultanas, with a soft citric sweetness like lemon curd. There's a slight woodiness, but this smells very young for a 35 year old.

Palate: More baked fruits, this time with cinnamon. A good apple crumble with custard, there are some biscuit notes too but the cinnamon and pepper leads towards the end, with the some gentle cedar wood.

Finish: Sweet dark chocolate and black pepper with a soft cinnamon note.

Overall: A still youthful and inviting 35 year old, this is nevertheless an dram with some depth.

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anCnoc 35 Year Old Limited Edition - 1st Release Reviews

Vanilla & kumquats

Custard & Millionaire’s shortbread, vanilla & kumquats on the nose. Honey & light wood smoke on the palate. Finished with a flourish of oak & orange zest.

27th April 2019

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