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A single cask bottling from the Tullibardine distillery, distilled in 1973 and aged in a sherry cask.
The nose is of medium-body and well-balanced. There is a crisp note of acacia honey and honeycomb, barley sugar and toasted cereals. There are notes of cut herbs; parsley and sage with notes of cut grass. The palate is quite soft and light. There are notes of cut hay and a stemmy floral note, hints of caramel and barley sugars with dried grass and honey. The finish is dry and of medium length with notes of rubbed petals and oak.
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Purchased 10/29/2012 after sampling a 5 cl bottle. Cask strength at 49.2% noticeable on drinking, but water is NOT needed if you so choose. Spectacular, complex flavors; I agree with the above tasting notes from MoM. A tiny bit on the sweet side, but barely so. At US $215/bottle, this is a bargain (if you can find it), less costly and to my taste better than the Macallen 21 and WAY better than the Balvenie 21.
29th October 2012