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Glentauchers 15 Year Old 1997 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

(70cl, 55.1%)

Glentauchers 15 Year Old 1997 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

Glentauchers 15 Year Old Bottling Note

Only 190 bottles of this fresh and fruity little number emerged from cask 3804 in July 2013. As with all of the whiskies in our single cask series, this wasn’t subject to any chill-filtration and was bottled at a natural cask strength of just over 55% abv. If you’re a huge peat freak or a card carrying member of the tobacco and leather brigade then this probably isn’t for you, but if you like a fresher, zestier dram then this little fellow could be right up your street.

"one of the deliveries of the year... a great distillery magnificently and truly faultlessly portrayed. Not a weakness nor off note: hard to see this distillery in a better light."

- Jim Murray (96 Points)

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Freshly-Squeezed Orange juice, and zest. A touch of lime.

Palate: Rich and fruit-packed. A veritable fruit-salad dessert of citrus, stone-fruit (particularly apricot) and melon.

Finish: Still lively, but settles from fruit into Barley-rich sweetness. We've now left the table and are onto after-dinner shortbread.

Overall: Remarkably sprightly and fresh whisky. Clearly from a great, well-constructed cask.

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User Reviews of the Glentauchers 15 Year Old 1997 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

Still Worth the Sample

No peat, sherry, or smoke diversions here. Just pure and distinct in the way that only single cask bottlings can be. Chiseled (as opposed to homogeneously "rounded"), fresh, vibrant, and wonderfully concentrated at cask strength. Enjoyed this more than the MoM Aultmore 15 that earned a (well deserved) 95 from Jim Murray. Wish I'd managed to snag a whole bottle.

11th July 2014


This has the taste of a malt of a far higher cost. it is warming smooth with no harshness and a beautiful honey like taste. very impressed.

9th April 2014

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