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North Of Scotland 43 Year Old 1971 - Pearls Of Scotland (Gordon & Company)

(70cl, 43.6%)

North Of Scotland 43 Year Old 1971 - Pearls Of Scotland (Gordon & Company)

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North Of Scotland 43YO Bottling Note

Very well aged single grain Scotch whisky from the North of Scotland distillery, presented as part of the Pearls of Scotland range. This was distilled in December 1971 and bottled 43 years later in April 2015 with an outturn of 256 bottles. Ought to be mightily interesting, this one...

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North Of Scotland 43 Year Old 1971 - Pearls Of Scotland (Gordon & Company) Reviews

What a great way to learn about single "grain" scotch whiskey!

This has been a new experience for me. I have been collecting and tasting well over 100 single "malts" for years and enjoying the different personalities that each brings. The single grain turns out to be fantastic! Rich in color, seductive to the nose, and the lasting finish it leaves on the tongue should be treated with respect. In a snifter so the fragrance can lift through the chimney ( the first level of intoxication!), room temperature, and NO water or ice. Don't screw with something already perfect.
Too bad there is not more!

24th November 2015

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