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Mannochmore 1991 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & Macphail)

(70cl, 46%)

Mannochmore 1991 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & Macphail)

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Mannochmore 1991 Bottling Note

The Speyside distillery of Mannochmore was mothballed in 1985 and this bottle was distilled just after the distillery reopened in 1991 and was bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in 2011.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Clover honey and sweet malt form an enticing aroma followed by gentle notes of hay.

Palate: The palate is ever so slightly smoky with hints of green apples and conference pears.

Finish: The finish is long with notes of apple tart and spice.

Overall: This is a rich yet delicate single malt which displays the distillery's character excellently.

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Mannochmore 1991 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & Macphail) Reviews

Perfect Sherried Malt

If you wanted to show what it is that makes a whisky quintessentially a Speysider you'd have trouble finding a better demonstrator.

As with all CC it is unchill-filtered and contains no artificial colour. The cloud is pale straw. The nose is light and fruity. The palate is rich and malty with notes of dried fruits, pepper and the merest hint of smoke. The mouth feel is super smooth, rich and creamy. The finish is long with waves of citrus, a hint of chocolate, more dried raisins and sultanas and vanilla.

Overall a fantastic dram and good value if you can get it. A real Elgin malt.

19th February 2016

Cask 6600

Speyside,
Distilled 5th May 1992

24th August 2015

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