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A 20 year old single cask Cragganmore. We absolutely love this, it has just the right amount of sweetness, and just the right amount of maturity. Distilled on the 8th March 1991 and bottled in March 2011, this is a refill hoggie-matured Speyside whisky, with an outturn of 274 bottles. Non-chillfiltered, with no artificial colouring. Just pure, unadulterated deliciousness!
Nose: Toasty and soft, with lots of sweet malt. Gentle oak, which offers up notes of cinnamon and vanilla.
Palate: Rounded and thick, with vanilla to the fore. This is not unlike a kind of alcoholic custard in fact, with more than a suggestion of apple strudel and stewed rhubarb. In the glass it becomes quite woody, and almost vegetal, with a hint of chamomile tea with honey in it.
Finish: Good length, tangy and spicy, with a little orange zest and some cocoa.
Overall: Spicy and rich, leave it in the glass and it opens up beautifully. Really a very complex whisky indeed.
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When I first sipped this lovely Cragganmore I thought it was the best whisky I had ever tasted. After long and deep thought I still think that. Just great whisky that is way, way better than its nearly affordable price would have you believe.
25th October 2012
a great hauf (drink) for a relaxing evening
11th June 2012
Nose: Sweet, promises of vanilla.Palate: Thick and sweet, MOM’s description of an ‘alcoholic custard’ is a good one.Finish: Spicy and a sweet blackcurranty flavour at the end.Overall: Surprisingly fruity, maybe a good summer (if we ever get one!) malt?
2nd September 2011