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Braes Of Glenlivet 25 Year Old 1989 (cask 10350) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 60.3%)

Braes Of Glenlivet 25 Year Old 1989 (cask 10350) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)

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Braeval 25 1989 #10350 Bottling Note

This is a bottling of single malt from the Braeval distillery, which was distilled in May 1989, back when they were still known as Braes of Glenlivet; they changed their name in 1994. The whisky matured in a refill hogshead for 25 years, until June 2014, when Douglas Laing bottled it up as part of their excellent Directors' Cut range. 174 bottles were released.

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Braes Of Glenlivet 25 Year Old 1989 (cask 10350) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing) Reviews

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A very spirited nose (it is 60%) with a warm and spicy palette, I'm not a fan of adding water, but just a drop opens it up for a prolonged finish..
Would I buy it again? Nope. Not unless it was under a hundred pounds!

19th October 2018

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