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This was distilled at Aultmore in May 1982, it was then aged for 28 years in cask 2232, before being bottled for Duncan Taylor's Rare Auld range in May 2011. A release of 207 bottles.
Nose: Notes of apple, dried fruit, almond and rhubarb crumble. Just a hint of warm custard on that crumble, in fact.
Palate: Fruity again, with apple pies, cherry bakewell made with salty butter and a note of stewed fruits.
Finish: Good length with more cooked apples and a hint of tropical fruit. Very rich and clearly aged in an excellent cask.
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