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This is a previous Gordon & MacPhail bottling of Port Ellen. The Port Ellen distillery closed in 1983 and today only the maltings remain in use. This Port Ellen was bottled in 2001 and offers a rare opportunity to taste a Port Ellen younger than twenty years old.
Nose: Sherbet lemon, soft calves leather and a hint of linoleum leading to soft salty peat aromas.
Palate: Reasonably gentle with fairly prominent peat and a squeeze of lemon juice.
Finish: Long and lingering with coastal nuances and drifting wood smoke.
Overall: All the complexity you could want with a bit more bite than older bottlings.
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No doubt a legendary distillery but the actual whisky was a tad disappointing, a must try for all whisky folk though!
18th July 2016