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Linkwood 24 Year Old 1985 (cask 4532) - Mackillop's Choice

(70cl, 43%)

Linkwood 24 Year Old 1985 (cask 4532) - Mackillop's Choice

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Linkwood 24 YO 1985 Bottling Note

This is a Linkwood from 1985 bottled by Mackillops. Mackillops take a vintners approach to selecting whisky by assessing the balance of a whisky and the sum of all its parts.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Zesty lemon and lime arrive first followed by double cream and a little wood spice.

Palate: The palate is citrus heavy and creamy with a vague suggestion of smoke.

Finish: The finish is long with notes of Seville orange, sultanas and wood smoke.

Overall: This is a complex whisky with a pleasing citrus character and a smooth mouth-feel.

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Linkwood 24 Year Old 1985 (cask 4532) - Mackillop's Choice Reviews

Interesting Dram

We had this at our whisky club's old & rare night. It certainly represented a different take on tradtional Speysiders. As per MoM's notes there is lemon here and lots of caramel and vanilla. Some green fruits and malty biscuits. A very delicate and complicated dram

20th June 2013

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