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Black Bull 40 Year Old - 1st Release (Duncan Taylor)

(70cl, 40.2%)

Black Bull 40 Year Old - 1st Release (Duncan Taylor)

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Black Bull 40 1st Bottling Note

Black Bull 40 is a big bodied blend from Duncan Taylor. Contained in the blend are whiskies of around 40 to 44 years of age from Bunnahabhain, Glenlivet, Glenfarclas, Highland Park, Miltonduff, Springbank and Tamdhu as well as grain from Invergordon. This incredibly cask strength whisky picked up a Gold award at the 2011 International Wine and Spirits Competition! This was the winner of's Best in Glass awards 2011!

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Black Bull 40 Year Old - 1st Release (Duncan Taylor) Reviews


The above comment that Dalmore is in a different class--- it better be if their talking about the Dalmore 40 year which is close to four thousand a bottle-- why in mention it--- for a 40 year old to be under 200 is a remarkable feat in itself

4th November 2013

Great Blend

Great taste!!!

15th October 2013

Great Blend.

full, rich and sweet with a class of Islay. like it!

8th January 2013

not what I expected

Dalmore is in a different class

6th April 2011

Dangerously sweet

It simply is liquid candy - with a hint of oak... Very sweet! Very drinkable!

22nd July 2010

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