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Distilled in 1958, aged for 46 years before bottling. A rare single malt from the Highland distillery, Glen Garioch.
Nose: Great texture. Dark toffee, supple dark peat. Raisin, touch of dryness, resinous.
Palate: Medium, rounded. Soft, gentle peat. Honeyed sweetness. Oily, nutty, walnut especially. Waxy toffee irons out the creases.
Finish: Silken, cereals, sugared barley, gentle peat.
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This is actually a Bourbon from Scotland, glaring contradiction, I know, but absolutely fabulous nonetheless.
17th August 2015
Sediment can indeed develop in whisky, especially in non-chill filtered bottlings, so yes, this is fairly normal. If it has been stored in a cool place for an extended period, then warming it back up and giving it a bit of a shake may sort it out. Alternatively, it could be some calcium oxalate, which you can't get rid of, but it's harmless and shouldn't affect the taste. - The Chaps at Master of Malt
2nd January 2014
there are some small particles in it is this normal
1st January 2014
How much could i sell it for?
25th August 2013
Great with a can of diet coke.LMFAO.What are you like.
1st November 2012
Received this bottle as a gift. Went great with a can of diet coke.
14th May 2011