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A beautifully presented 30 year old single cask whisky distilled on 10th June 1982 at Glencadam in Brechin, situated in the Eastern Highlands. It was then bottled in October 2012 with an outturn of 240 bottles.
Nose: Fragrant vanilla, heather honey, citrus and toffee notes.
Palate: More creamy toffee, staying on the light side with lifted fragrant notes, apple blossom.
Finish: Long and creamy, hedgerows.
Overall: Wonderfully matured Highland whisky.
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Sampled this amazing dram at the Whiskey Experience in Edinburgh in April of 2014. It was mind-blowing. Having just sampled some rather highly smokey selections, the contrast of this ultra creamy Glencadam was so quietly amazing that it just stopped me in my tracks. So many creamy layers and the vanilla was prevalent but not overly forward. Sampled bottle 113 and purchased bottle 50......so pleased I did!
3rd May 2014