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Caperdonich 37 Year Old 1972 - The Octave (Duncan Taylor)

(70cl, 46.8%)

Caperdonich 37 Year Old 1972 - The Octave (Duncan Taylor)

Caperdonich 1972 Bottling Note

A rare 1972 vintage from one of Scotland's lost distilleries. This was matured in a standard cask before a three month finish in a special sherry Octave. This gave the whisky some added richness. Bottled by Duncan Taylor.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Orchard fruits, Bramley apples, cut hay, herbal, citrus, tangy, rich.

Palate: Very fruity and sweet. Estery even. Hints of iodine. Big on spices, berries.

Finish: Becomes slightly drier, big and spicy. Fruity.

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