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A fantastic 46 year old single grain whisky from Invergordon distillery, cask number 4(!). Bottled at natural cask strength by Adelphi, this whisky was distilled back in 1966.
Nose: Sweet nutmeg, vanilla and pine needles. Gooseberries, freshly sliced green apple.
Palate: Sweet, rich and mouth-filling with melon and caramel. Vanilla, marmalade.
Finish: Warming with milk chocolate and a hint of new leather.
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This whisky changed my view of grain whisky and even scotch whisky in general. I've always thought grains to exude higher-toned flavors and this one is no exception. However, it is just mellow and smooth as can be while maintaining the brightness - a fascinating paradox. Extremely complex, hard-to-place. I tried it next to some (opposite-end-of-the spectrum) top proprietary malts - Glenfarclas 40 and Glenlivet 25. This one is just as complex and just as good a whisky in it's own weird world. I have become an old grain fan.
24th April 2014
If this is not served in Heaven, it shoud be
19th June 2013