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Strathisla 1963 (Gordon and MacPhail)

(70cl, 40%)

Strathisla 1963 (Gordon and MacPhail)

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Strathisla 1963 Bottling Note

Part of a range of Gordon and MacPhail vintages from Strathisla, this was distilled in 1963.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is rich with cooked fruits and piña colada. The oaked tannins are rich and chewy with smoked meats and rubbed spearmint leaves. There are hints of earthen roots and estery bananas. The palate is quite rich and well-oaked. There are notes of dried peels and dry wood, banana pic-n-mix with notes of dried mixed fruit. The finish is long with oaked warmth.

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Strathisla 1963 (Gordon and MacPhail) Reviews

Rich M (Boston MA)

I was privileged to be able to taste this very fine, well aged whisky at a small shop in downtown Boston last year.

What a 44 years old, it has depth and character to match. I was expecting a woody, highly citric nose, but was pleasantly impressed with the roundness, depth, and confidence. Pure Speyside perfection. The Sherry influence is perfect...just enough to add subtle spice, toffee and dried fruit elements. It has the right balance of spice, peat, and oak to make it an all-around delight. This is one of my that has continued to improve with age.

Best value for the quality and age!

9th October 2010

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