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Clynelish 14 Year Old 2001 (casks 307849 & 307850) - Cask Strength (Gordon & MacPhail)

(70cl, 54%)

Clynelish 14 Year Old 2001 (casks 307849 & 307850) - Cask Strength (Gordon & MacPhail)

Clynelish 14yo 2001 Bottling Note

Cask strength Clynelish here, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail! This was distilled in June 2001 and set aside in a pair of refill Sherry casks for 14 years until January 2016, when it was bottled at 54% ABV. Rather fond of Sherried Clynelish, we are...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Grassy herbs and salted butter before waves of Christmas spices and red fruit.

Palate: Allspice and clove. Sultanas develop with a bit of toasted bread.

Finish: Long smoke notes paired with juicy redcurrant and raisin.

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Clynelish 14 Year Old 2001 (casks 307849 & 307850) - Cask Strength (Gordon & MacPhail) Reviews

Its Clynelish - but not as we know it.

Yes, its a very decent sherried highlander - thankfully not over sherried - and you have to admire the 'cask strength, no caramel, no chill filtration' honesty, at a fair price. Very enjoyable, and tasted blind I might have guessed as Glen Scotia 21.

However... no smoke whatsoever, zero peat, and to be honest it lacks any Clynelish character. If that matters.

10th September 2016

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