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A fantastically balanced Deanston, part of our Single Cask Bottlings series. It was distilled in June 1994 and matured in a refill bourbon barrel for 19 years until February 2014, when we put together 100 bottles. Enough porridge oat and nutty cereal that you might be able to convince yourself about its merits as some sort of breakfast accompaniment.
Nose: Classic notes of nutty cereals and vanilla caramel combined with a little dark chocolate.
Palate: Spicy, but with a core of barley and creamy porridge oats.
Finish: Long and subtle, drying toffee with a little salted caramel.
Overall: A fantastic example of well aged Deanston, beautifully balanced with plenty of cereal character.
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From:http://thewhiskyphiles.com/2014/04/11/deanston-19-year-old-single-cask-master-of-malt/Colour:Light to full gold (a little more colour than the TBWC Batch #2)Nose:Tangy citrus, tangerine, ginger, cereal, vanilla, woodyTaste:Toffee, creamy, honey, malty cereal, faint gingerbread, becomes a little spicy, kiwi fruit, warm buttered toast with honey and ginger jam/marmalade and a little spearmintFinish:Medium/short with woody oak and brown sugarWould I buy it again:If it were available, this is quite a complex dram from MoM. The complexity grows and evolves indicating the depth of body and character and the age all wrapped up in here. With time a little of the kiwi and spearmint creeps out in both nose and palate, but underneath is that full-bodied cereal flapjack that I love Deanston for.
16th April 2014