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Macduff 10 Year Old 2009 (cask 13798) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 46%)

Macduff 10 Year Old 2009 (cask 13798) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

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Macduff 10yo 2009 #13798 Bottling Note

A Provenance bottling of 10 year old Macduff single malt, distilled back in June 2009. After a decade of rest in a refill hogshead, this Highlander was bottled up by Douglas Laing at 46% ABV, with an outturn of 368 bottles. A creamy, subtly fruity expression here, folks. Good stuff, Macduff!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Vanilla custard, sponge cake, homemade strawberry jam and a soft hint of citrus oil.

Palate: Barley sugar sweeties, butterscotch, cocoa powder and red pepper flake.

Finish: A short but sweet finish of summer berry tart with whipped cream.

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Macduff 10 Year Old 2009 (cask 13798) - Provenance (Douglas Laing) Reviews

Hot whisky!

If you read the tasting notes on this you might expect a gentle sweet dram with notes of desserts dominating, and after a sip or two and with some water that is what you get, definite lemon meringue pie . But the first taste is hot, hot, hot chilli peppers and lime? Bit of a shock, not unpleasant at all but hot whisky

29th May 2020

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