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The predecessor of Glenmorangie's Nectar D'Or, the 1981 Sauternes Wood Finish was aged for 21 years, the last two of which were spent in premier cru Chateau d'Yquem casks. There are just 4,000 individually numbered bottles.
Nose: Creamy and sweet nose, with notes of various berry fruits, and the jams thereof. Custard, stewed fruits and apple strudel. Huge vanilla notes.
Palate: Caramelised bananas, orange marmalade and melted vanilla icecream. Hints of brandy, prune and dates.
Finish: Sparkling spicy oak, banana and vanilla. Beautiful.
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I was genius enough to buy one bottle from The Whisky Exchange when I had the chance. Problem is, I was too stupid to buy 2 bottles. I remember each sip for hours every time I drink it, but I mourn each lost, gold-precious ounce as it disappears every year from the open bottle. Like I said, buy 2, drink one now, keep the other close for when the asteroid comes...
3rd July 2014