Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Mortlach
Style Single Malt Whisky

Mortlach 14 Year Old

Originally released as a travel retail exclusive, this Mortlach 14 Year Old has been nicknamed Alexander's Way in honour of the distillery's former owner, Alexander Cowie. Thanks to Alexander Cowie, Mortlach distils its spirit 2.81 times, a rather unique process known as ‘The Way’. So, there you have it, Alexander's Way. This expression has been matured for 14 years in refill bourbon and sherry casks, with oodles of creamy notes and jam packed full of spice.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Lemon zest alongside lemon curd, upside down apple cake, cinnamon sponge cake and vanilla cream with a hint of spice.

Palate Loads of spices, with ginger, clove, nutmeg and white pepper, balanced by floral, dry tea, melted white chocolate with peaches and cream, sweet malt and earthy oak.

Finish More warming ginger returns, with grapefruit peel and polished oak.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Mortlach 14 Year Old
Excellent
The most pleasant whiskey I have had the pleasure of drinking
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Very enjoyable.
I bought a bottle at Manchester airport at a very reasonable £47.0.
A nice dram that I’m thoroughly enjoying.
Worth a buy at this price point.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Earthy Oak Smooth Taste
Pleasant in the mouth. I really love the smooth taste of earthy oak, and the spices. The presentation of the bottle is very elegant. Great Job!
Nohora M G , United States
4 years ago
Very good
Excellent drop. Tasty, long finish, smooth.
Nick , Australia
4 years ago
Very good whisky for this price. Nice spicy finish
I was well surprised by the 14 yr old - the previous range had left me disappointed for what you were paying but this is a big improvement. I definitely picked up the citrus, vanilla palate, but actually thought the spices were in the finish. Very decent pricing at around +€60. Good job Mortlach.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Unpleasant dry finish
Disappointed in this. A nice strong taste. The spices are there and pleasant in the mouth. The pink grapefruit peel is a fair crack at the long aftertaste, this is where its not to my liking. Think 'peel' as it actually really does dry out your mouth. The taste is somewhere between pink grapefruit and an unpleasant, stale old water, papery card, finish. Ruined every mouthful.
ian W , United Kingdom
4 years ago