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This is a sherry cask-aged Ben Nevis exuding lovely toffee-rich, Highland character. It was distilled on the 24th July 1992 before a 20 year maturation in a single cask (number 2523). It was then bottled for Signatory’s Cask Strength Collection in October 2012.
Nose: Over-ripe grape and hints of Danish pastries. Sweet cereals, porridge oats and perfume.
Palate: Gingerbread, grist and sultanas. Sweetened lattes, pipe tobacco and chicory. Becomes rubbery.
Finish: Long, sweet finish with a mix of jams.
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This is delicious, complex, smooth stuff. This joins my other favorites: Bunnahabhain 25, Signatory's Glenglassaugh 32, Highland Park 18, Tobermory 15, Balvenie 21 Portwood (and others!). On the nose? Yes, sure, Danish pastries, fruity ... and is that vanilla? Mmmm. Upon tasting I'm hit first by smoky, sweet, and chewy. But that morphs into something with a kind of hot-chocolatey or mocha malt goodness, followed by a mild peppery zing. The finish is sweeter, less peppery, earthier. Wish it lasted a tad longer.
6th February 2013