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Glentauchers 1997 (bottled 2016) (Gordon & MacPhail)

(70cl, 43%)

Glentauchers 1997 (bottled 2016) (Gordon & MacPhail)

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Glentauchers 1997 Bottling Note

A particularly handsome bottling of 1997 vintage Glentauchers single malt Scotch whisky, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in 2016 for their Distillery Labels series. As such, it's got a neat retro-styled label, which for some reason reminds us of the box art for some Sega Mega Drive games...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Refreshingly fruity with strawberry and peach, with layers of caramel and rye spice developing in the background.

Palate: Fried dough dusted with icing sugar, fresh orange and some clove.

Finish: Liquorice root, mint leaf.

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Glentauchers 1997 (bottled 2016) (Gordon & MacPhail) Reviews

Whisky for an Engish summer's evening.

OK This review is for the 1991/2010 bottling at 19y/o by G&McP... which will be similar because these big blend distillers go to great efforts to maintain consistency.

Not a typical Speyside, more like a lowlander: similar to an Auchentoshan (before they went all NAS) or even a Glen Grant on a particularly good day. Light and grassy, lemon boiled sweets, apple pie, with a long smooth finish. Quite distinctive and such a change from the usual malts. Somehow seems appropriate for an English summer's evening & I can really recommend a bottle.

1st August 2017

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