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Rosy Apple Brulé 1988 (bottled 2015) - Wemyss Malts (Invergordon)

(70cl, 46%)

Rosy Apple Brulé 1988 (bottled 2015) - Wemyss Malts (Invergordon)

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Rosy Apple Brulé 1988 Bottling Note

We love a good indie Invergordon here at MoM Towers, and it looks like once again Wemyss Malts have bottled a tasty single grain from those talented Invergordon distillers. This one was distilled in 1988 and matured in a single butt cask until 2015, when it was bottled with an outturn of 494 bottles. They've titled it 'Rosy Apple Brulé'.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Pear, shortbread and a squeeze of lemon. Subtle Sherried hints develop later on.

Palate: Cinnamon, clove, toffee-drizzled biscuits and a hint of blackberry bush.

Finish: Dark chocolate, coffee and strawberry jam.

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Rosy Apple Brulé 1988 (bottled 2015) - Wemyss Malts (Invergordon) Reviews

Excellent for a grain. Good value for the money (in 2015 80€)

Note: I do not like grains - generally This one is an older candidate from Invergordon. Tasty grain. Worth the money and worth a try for maltheads to explore grains.
Nice age statement, limited bottling.

2nd December 2018

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