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Speyside 22 Year Old 1994 (cask 65) - Celebration Of The Cask (Càrn Mòr)

(70cl, 58.2%)

Speyside 22 Year Old 1994 (cask 65) - Celebration Of The Cask (Càrn Mòr)

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Speyside 22yo 1994 #65 Bottling Note

Single cask single malt here from the Speyside distillery (in Speyside, obviously), which slumbered in a hogshead cask for 22 years. It was distilled in April 1994 and bottled in May 2016 at 58.2% ABV by Càrn Mòr for their Celebration of the Cask range. 175 bottles were produced.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel, peppery oak, fresh cream, a little flamed orange peel.

Palate: Powerful honey sweetness develops, coffee and cider apples later on.

Finish: A long, barley-rich finish.

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Speyside 22 Year Old 1994 (cask 65) - Celebration Of The Cask (Càrn Mòr) Reviews

Wonderful!

Sweet and spicy, citrus and pepper. Really love the complexity of this one. The flavor changes *completely* if you add a few drops of water, bringing the pepper to the front.

14th September 2016

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