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Balblair 1996 (cask 22)

(70cl, 54.4%)

Balblair 1996 (cask 22)

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Balblair 1996 (cask 22) Bottling Note

A single cask bottling of 1996 vintage Balblair single malt, released as part of La Maison du Whisky's Cellar Book series. This expression was initially matured in bourbon casks, before being moved over to a first-fill Spanish oak butt for a two-year-long finishing period.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Black liquorice, fresh citrus, a good waft of menthol.

Palate: Vanilla, more orange freshness, fig, cinnamon and cassia spiciness, a touch of old leather.

Finish: Yellow plum, quince jelly, peppercorn, cinnamon once again.

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Balblair 1996 (cask 22) Reviews

Great, but very cask driven

This is an amazing, albeit very woody whisky. But that's not uncommon with these heavily sherried Balblairs.

28th August 2018

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