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MacPhail's 25 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

MacPhail's 25 Year Old

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MacPhail's 25 Bottling Note

A 25 year old matured in Gordon and MacPhail's Elgin warehouses. This was matured in first and refill sherry casks and offers a thick, traditional Speyside character.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Home-made lemonade, menthol and toffee.

Palate: Creamy butter fudge, spice and Cadbury's Creme Eggs.

Finish: Rosy apple and pear drop sweets.

Overall: Lots of fudge flavours interspersed with tangy fruit.

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MacPhail's 25 Year Old Reviews

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Amongst my selection, the G&M 25 is on a par with my 21 year Glenfiddich. It is a delicious Whisky with hints of sherry and dark fruits, linked together in a full bodied flavour which lasts for a long while.

7th January 2018

Jamie Macphail

Sharing the same surname, I was very excited to be given a bottle of Macphail's 25 year old single malt for my 60th birthday.Unfortunately, the disappointment that followed was even greater than my initial excitement.God knows what whisky Gordon and Macphail put in this bottle (they wouldn't tell me when I asked, surprise, surprise), but it's as poor a single malt as I have ever drunk. I was so perplexed that it could be so poor that I have asked a number of other experienced single malt drinkers to sample it. All of them shared my low opinion of this 25 year old offering. A waste of money. Fortunately, someone else gave me a bottle of 18 year old Highland Park, which was a delight.

17th February 2014

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