Gordon & MacPhail

Glen Scotia

1992, Cask Strength

ABV 62.1%
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Brand: Glen Scotia, Gordon & MacPhail
Expression: 1992, Cask Strength
Type: Scotland Whisky / Single Malt
Age: No Age Statement
Year of bottling: 2003
ABV: 62.1%
Country/Region: Scotland / Campbeltown
Bottling type: Independent Bottling
Bottled by: Gordon & MacPhail
Tasting notes
Taster   Dave Broom
Nose: Great start: clotted cream, banana split. Oily. Then inner tube, peat shed in the rain, damp tweeds. The rubber intensifies with water. Old wellies/neoprene.
Palate: Peaty, nut oil, earth. Reminiscent of a back-street garage. Long and oily.
Finish: Grubby.
Comment: I try to like Glen Scotia, really I do, but I simply can't.
Taster   Michael Jackson
Nose: Waterfront. Slight tar-like smokiness.
Palate: Syrupy maltiness with suggestions of stewed fruit. Seems suddenly to slim down, becoming firm and slightly metallic. Then takes on a surge of saltiness.
Finish: Dusty. Slightly woody.
Comment: Far from the best Glen Scotia, but I have always entertained a sneaky respect for this distillery.
Visit the distillery
Glen Scotia Distillery, 12 High Street, Campbeltown, Argyll, Campbeltown, Scotland
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