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Caperdonich 41 Year Old 1972 (cask 6740) - Tantalus (Duncan Taylor)

(70cl, 48%)

Caperdonich 41 Year Old 1972 (cask 6740) - Tantalus (Duncan Taylor)

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Caperdonich 1972 # 6740 Bottling Note

From the closed Caperdonich distillery in Speyside comes this supreme single malt Scotch whisky. It was distilled all the way back in 1972, when we first got a taste for the video-game Pong in the arcades. Look how far we've come now! We can play Pong on our watches and we've got this excellent 41 year old whisky. We've never been better. It has been bottled as part of the Duncan Taylor Tantalus series, which come in hand-blown decanters and a Tantalus made from the cask the whisky was aged in.

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Caperdonich 41 Year Old 1972 (cask 6740) - Tantalus (Duncan Taylor) Reviews

great find

great whiskey and should be in a true collectors mini vault... was given one as a gift

19th May 2014

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