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Millburn 25 Year Old 1975 - Rare Malts

(70cl, 61.9%)

Millburn 25 Year Old 1975 - Rare Malts

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Millburn 25 Year Old 1975 Bottling Note

Distilled at Millburn in 1975 and aged for 25 years before bottling in 2001 for Diageo's Rare Malts range.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is full and rich. A faintly oily wood smoke carries little hints of cut hay, black pepper, kippers and grist. There are some hints of beeswax and shades of fudge. The palate is thick and fruity. Notes of piña colada, zesty citrus and sweet Eastern spices. A further beeswax note with hints of peppery oak with gentle acidity. The finish is long and warming.

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Lol I brought a bottle from Pitlochry back in 2003 only cost £85 think I should of kept it but have to say was very smooth and went down well with stillton and crackers

6th June 2019

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