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Distilled in 1991 and bottled as part of the Secret Stills range. This Lowland malt comes from a secret distillery. To find out which distillery you'll have to work it out (copy and paste into Google) the following clues: it was distilled at the foot of the Kilpatrick Hills, overlooking the River Clyde. The distillery was founded in 1823.
The nose is quite aromatic and rich. There are notes of sherry and mixed peels and nuts. There are distinct nut oil notes, a fresh green character and a floral edge. The palate is medium-body with oak, sherry, a little spice and fruitcake with a cut pine note. The finish is long with a little barley and a sultana note.
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My friend paid $40 for a bottle of this on sale at Liquorama in Fort Worth, Texas. Phenomenal whisky for the money. This is definitely better than the last offering I had from the distillery at the foot of the Kilpatrick Hills.
6th June 2012