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Bladnoch 20 Year Old 1993 (bottled 2013) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)

(70cl, 46.0%)
Bladnoch 20 Year Old 1993 (bottled 2013) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)
$86.81
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(1 Review)

Bladnoch 20YO '93 G&M Bottling Note

This independent bottling of Bladnoch single malt Scotch whisky was distilled in 1993, which also happens to be the year that the distillery was mothballed. Luckily, they opened again in 2000, but for a while we were without Bladnoch, which is a sad situation to be in. This Connoisseurs Choice bottling by Gordon and MacPhail was matured in refill sherry hogsheads until it was bottled in 2013.

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User Reviews of the Bladnoch 20 Year Old 1993 (bottled 2013) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)

Delicate Lowlander

I enjoy variety and keep about 50 whiskies at any one time representing all the Scotch producing areas, all styles of Irish and representative selection of American and Japanese. I am generally curious and love finding new things. I like some smoke though Laphroaig is a bit too rich for me. I quite like Glenkinchie on a Sunday afternoon. All this is said merely for context.

So, the Bladnoch? It's everything you'd expect of a Lowlander. The nose is light and floral with obvious sherry and apple notes. A light sherry is the dominant flavour (after the malt of course) it's peppery and I get a hint of aniseed which I like, a lot. The packaging doesn't specify but I'm guessing that it was chill filtered because it's so light and dry in finish with no sensation of cream on the back of the tongue or gums.

All round, a good whisky and I'm proud to have it in my collection. A matter of taste but the price reflects the rarity rather than any great quality.

15th January 2016

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