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Distilled at Bunnahabhain in February 1979, this was aged for 32 years in cask number 1774 before bottling at natural cask strength in June 2011. A release of 499 bottles from Duncan Taylor.
Nose: Herbal, quite grassy and green. A hint of salty butter, caramel, toffee and fresh flowers.
Palate: Juicy stone fruits, rose petals, hay, pepper, citrus zest, gingernut biscuits. Gentle smoke, aniseed.
Finish: Good length, spicy, with ginger, nutmeg and aniseed, and just a hint of oak.
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Full, lots of flavours, more on the lighter side of a Islay whisky (less smoked), but lots of flavours like different herbs and a touch of sea. Some of the flavours reminds me of Speyside or a lowland destllery. I didn't use ice, but a drop of water for enhancing the flavours whiich then became even fuller. Highly recommendable if you like scotch whisky and a bargin under £140
13th July 2013