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From a release of 682 bottles, this was distilled at Edradour in 1985 and matured for 24 years in a Pedro Ximenez dessert sherry cask before bottling at cask strength in April of 2009.
Nose: Dark chocolate, pecan tart, sourdough, vanilla, cloves and ground nutmeg.
Palate: Fruity, sweet and creamy with notes of marmalade, pecans, almond maple syrup and custard.
Finish: Dry, calves leather cedar wood.
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We LOVE this whisky! We had our first sample 4 years ago, brought home a bottle, and have ordered it on-line. You can't imagine our disappointment that this smooth treat is sold out. Will there be another 24-year old available in 2012? We sure hope so!
17th November 2011
Balsamic vinegar at its worst would be sweet compared to this pure grain run off via the local skinworks. I'm sure there is a market somewhere on the Clyde!.................................wi Lemonade
13th February 2011