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Here it is - the third edition of our astounding, palate seducing, sensation that is our fifty year old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky! This bottling from our Secret Bottlings Series is packaged in a redesigned bottle and label. This is quite literally whisky heaven in a bottle - the flavour is intense with perfect structure and the finish is astonishingly long.
"the finish decides to take on the nuances of an elder statesman, with complexity levels not just amazingly high, but the elegance rendering you almost speechless"- Jim Murray (96.5 Points)
Nose: The powerful aroma of a Moroccan spice market becoming more defined with time in the glass, then comes freshly dried grapes of all kinds then a pick-me-up of ground coffee and soft calve's leather.
Palate: The texture is immensely thick and sensuous with a plethora of different flavours from wood spice through to sherried dried fruits. With water, sweeter notes of manuka honey and butterscotch emerge.
Finish: The finish is beyond silky with immense length and gentle notes of nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon with a hint of icing sugar on the tail.
Overall: Half a century old and still going - this fine whisky has aged well, developing a profound complexity whilst not becoming tired or confused. Just sublime!
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This stuff is good but not great, and a bit disappointing that the highlight of the whiskey advent calendar is a house brand. Not cool guys, I won't be buying another one of those.
24th December 2013
So sweet and complex. How so fresh after 50 years in the cask?
7th March 2013
My friend said Mortlach...I cannot tell.
8th February 2013
Where was it distilled? Some more infos would be highly appreciated!
24th December 2012
2nd edition was and still is top of my list .. unless you have a spare bottle ......??
10th November 2012