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Benrinnes 18 Year Old 1999 (cask 12228) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 48.4%)

Benrinnes 18 Year Old 1999 (cask 12228) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

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Benrinnes 18yo #12228 Bottling Note

Independently bottled Benrinnes single malt, drawn from a sherry butt which aged the whisky for 19 years - from July 1999 to December 2017. A release of 253 bottles from the ever-popular Douglas Laing Old Particular bottling range.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey-drenched raisin, sodabread with salted butter, a whiff of burnt oak.

Palate: Crunchy brown sugar and blueberry syrup, with a touch of stewed plum bringing warmth to the flavour profile.

Finish: Dates, barley and a hint of caramel.

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Benrinnes 18 Year Old 1999 (cask 12228) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Reviews

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All told, the bottle is interesting, but kind of a failed experiment. I found that the tannins competed a bit too much with the sherried sugar wood in the butt. Was this butt toasted? It seems so, which should have helped but did not.

2nd August 2019

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