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Glenkinchie 2000 (bottled 2014) Amontillado Cask Finish - Distillers Edition

(70cl, 43%)

Glenkinchie 2000 (bottled 2014) Amontillado Cask Finish - Distillers Edition

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Glenkinchie 2000-2014 DE Bottling Note

The 2000 vintage Glenkinchie Distillers Edition, bottled in 2014 at 43% ABV. It was finished in Amontillado Sherry casks, imparting a gamut of gorgeous, spicy aromas and a depth of dark fruit on the palate, which works very well with the honey'd freshness of Glenkinchie single malt.

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Glenkinchie 2000 (bottled 2014) Amontillado Cask Finish - Distillers Edition Reviews

A great vintage of Glenkinchie

Colour: Reddish gold

Nose: Classic and malty Glenkinchie, super sweet, ripe grapes, anise, chocolate mint, root beer, apple pie, intense floral notes, toffee, caramel, cocoa, coffee, herbage, liqourice tea, butterscotch, more anise.

Palate: Intense dry sherried arrival, turning much sweeter, mellowed and fruity with development, especially cherry, barley notes, turning into dark chocolate and cacao nibs, mint, rhubarb pie, anise, liqourice, brightly floral, stewed fruits, strawberry jam, just a bit of pepper, honey.

Finish: Peppery, dry, apricots, dry white grapes, medium length, caramel nutty end.

Mouthfeel: Prickly, light body.


- Thomas Moss

4th January 2018

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