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The Imperial distillery has had a turbulent path over the past few decades. In 1989 the distillery was closed to be reopened two years later, then in 1998 it was mothballed again. Fortunately independent bottler Duncan Taylor have begun picking up the stock and this sixteen year old bottling from their Dimensions range is a fine example of the Imperial distillery (cue the Imperial March, duh duh duh).
Nose: This smells tropical: pineapple, melon, lime and lemon in a samba of a nose.
Palate: Lemon and lime tango on a sugary dance floor.
Finish: The finish is long and salty with a recurrence of melon.
Overall: Baskets of citrus and tropical fruit with salt and sugar thrown in. This is a refreshing and well balanced whisky with enough weight to be taken seriously.
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