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Invergordon 40 Year Old 1974 (cask 10432) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 47.2%)

Invergordon 40 Year Old 1974 (cask 10432) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

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Invergordon 40 '74 #10432 Bottling Note

An Xtra Old Particular bottling of Invergordon single grain Scotch whisky, matured in a single cask for a massive 40 years! Distilled in March 1974 and bottled in October 2014, there's no doubt about this one earning that "Xtra Old" title. Just 134 bottles were produced, which come complete with a handsome presentation box. The Xtra Old Particular range of independently bottled whiskies was introduced by Douglas Laing in late 2014.

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Invergordon 40 Year Old 1974 (cask 10432) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Reviews

Absolutely fantastic

I had the pleasure of sampling this at the Midlands Whiskey festival. For me it was best in show which is saying a lot since I got to taste various priceless Master-class samples from 1966, 1957 and 1949 as well as ~15 "Dream Drams" of which many were twice the money of this, like Dalmore 25 YO. For the money it's actually fantastic value and if it came from a more well known Distillery and wasn't "grain" I'm sure it would 2-3 times the price. I now own bottle #18 and will enjoy every precious drop of it.

1st April 2015

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