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Glen Keith 24 Year Old 1992 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

(70cl, 56.1%)

Glen Keith 24 Year Old 1992 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

Glen Keith 24 Year Old Bottling Note

This right here is a 24 year old Glen Keith single malt Scotch whisky, which we've gone and bottled up as part of our Single Cask Series. It was matured in a bourbon hogshead from March 1992 to July 2016, when it was bottled at cask strength with no additional colours or chill-filtration whatsoever.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fragrant barley, dried grass and coriander. Subtle sweetness of mint chocolate macarons. Develops an almost meaty note or two later on.

Palate: Mouthwatering apricot and almond pastries, followed by fresh melon and double cream. Bread & butter pudding. There's a very light savoury note hiding on the mid-palate, too.

Finish: Honeydew melon juiciness lasts. Maybe a hint of fudge.

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Glen Keith 24 Year Old 1992 - Single Cask (Master of Malt) Reviews

Vanilla-rich oak with a lovely fruitiness

incredibly delicious. The sweetness is all upfront - this is much more like a 'dry-old-fashioned' than anything else I've ever tasted. There are some real agave notes towards the end, but these are not prominent.

22nd February 2017

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