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Released in 2005, a 30 year old from Glen Ord, bottled at cask strength.
The nose is very fragrant and pungent. Notes of honey and beeswax with a mixture of jams with aromatic wood and a nuttiness. The oak is tannic and refined. The palate is full and rich with a good sweetness. Notes of fruit and citrus with a touch of something herbal, perhaps a touch of Lapsang Souchong. Hints of menthol and fennel with an astringent floral character. The finish is very long with fruit, calvados and winter spice.
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This is a fine libation, i suspect the tastes like dirt reviewer is a bourbon drinker, no I'm sure of it.
10th February 2014
I'm venturing you didn't make your purchase from MasterOfMalt. Marked down a $100? Wow. Did the shop or site inadvertently store the bottle in direct sunlight for a few years?? It's important to make sure you're buying from a reputable site or that you know where and how the bottle's been stored before purchase.
7th March 2013
The review that's entitled 'Tastes Like Dirt' (I do like a little toasted peat flavour myself) is so wide of the mark it prompts me to ask either: A) Do you normally drink Bourbon. B) Does anyone know if counterfeiters copy whiskies?
9th November 2012
This bottle of Scotch has the sweetest smell and isthe smoothest I have ever tasted. Thank you for distilling such a fine product.
29th September 2012
it was marked down to 200US from 300US. For a 30 year bottle we thought we couldn't go wrong. What a mistake. Kind of like the Titanic.Harsh burn that lasted for hours. Dirty finish, meaning it tasted like dirt. If this was my introduction to scotch, I would have become a tee totaler.
18th April 2011
one of if not the best of the best what more can I say
26th February 2010