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Teaninich 23 Year Old 1973 - Rare Malts

(70cl, 57.1%)

Teaninich 23 Year Old 1973 - Rare Malts

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Teaninich 23yo 1973 Bottling Note

A cask strength bottling from the Teaninich distillery, matured for 23 years and released as part of Diageo's Rare Malts range.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is very spirity with a smoky marmalade note and hints of honeycomb sweetness with rubbed petals. Notes of dried pine emerge. The palate is very full and robust as one would imagine. The fruits of many and of exotic persuasion. There are some notes of melted honey and leather with cigar box notes. The finish is long and very warming.

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Teaninich 23 Year Old 1973 - Rare Malts Reviews

Just finished this bottle in 2016!

Back in 1998 or 1998 I asked a work colleague visiting from the UK to bring me a "real" bottle of Scotch, one I couldn't find in the US. This exact package is the one he chose to bring over on his flight. Our project was completed, the bottle was opened and used in celebration and, with about half remaining, I saved it for special occasions. Just last winter I shared the last ounce between 5 friends, each with a sip or two. It still was great to me. I wish I knew more about "tasting notes" or writing about what it was like - at full strength it definitely burned, but mixed with a tiny bit of water thought it was awesome.

27th September 2016

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