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A 1968 vintage and a very rare bottling from the Gordon and MacPhail Rare Old whisky range. The Glenlochy distillery closed several times and was finally demolished in 1986.
Nose: Really fresh fruity aromas of granny smith apples and fresh cut pineapple, developing rainforest canopy aromas with time. Finally the sherry cask influence announces itself with a fanfare of dried fruits.
Palate: Initially milk chocolate and redcurrants, followed by a wave of warm winter spices.
Finish: Still surprisingly fresh with citrus peel and sweet oxidised sherry.
Overall: This malt is surprisingly fresh for a whisky of its age. There are plenty of fruity flavours emboldened by warmer spice and chocolate notes.
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