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Dalwhinnie 30 Year Old (Special Release 2019)

(70cl, 54.7%)

Dalwhinnie 30 Year Old (Special Release 2019)

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30yo 2020

Dalwhinnie 30yo (SR 2019) Bottling Note

A delicious Dalwhinnie, matured for 30 years and bottled as part of Diageo's Special Releases 2019! Matured in a combination of refill hogsheads and butts, this one has developed a vibrant, complex flavour profile which we're rather fond of. The theme for the Special Releases 2019 is 'Rare by Nature', hence why there's a cheerful-looking rabbit on the label. A release of 7,586 bottles.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fairly spicy, with root ginger, clover honey, a slight mineral hint and subtle smoky, ashy notes, a touch of Lotus biscuits and a buttery caramel undertone. With water, it’s much more creamy, with sweet malt, condensed milk, vanilla cheesecake and prominent floral honey this time, and a very subtle grassy note.

Palate: A huge hit of spice straight off, with peppery oak, a continued flinty mineral note, set honey and just a hint of tinned pear. With water, it’s all cream soda, fresh hay and just a hint of sea salt, with the spice more tempered this time, and dried apple.

Finish: A mineral finish, with white pepper, dried apricot, waxy vanilla and a gentle lingering smoke…

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