Clan Denny

North of Scotland

1974, 35 Years Old

ABV 44.1%
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Brand: North of Scotland, Clan Denny, Douglas Laing
Expression: 1974, 35 Years Old
Type: Scotland Whisky /
Age: 35 years old
Year of bottling: 2010
ABV: 44.1%
Country/Region: Scotland / Lowland
Bottling type: Independent Bottling
Bottled by: Douglas Laing
Tasting notes
Taster   Rob Allanson
Nose: A mildly damp leaf quality after the first hit of wood. A slight whiff of coffee and some exotic spices.
Palate: Sweet oak dominates, then a heavy burnt sugar note comes through. Spices develop with some dark fruit.
Finish: Keeps going with the sweet oak.
Comment: A very mellow dram, great for this time of year.
Taster   Martine Nouet
Nose: Sour. Cider apple. Sandalwood. Fading rose. A hint of Turkish delight. A heavier woody note in the back.
Palate: Smooth, sweet. The same earthy/woody note as on the nose. Well balanced with the nose. Exotic fruit and Demerara sugar. Prunes.
Finish: Lingering. Soothing on liquorice. Keeping the woody character.
Comment: A grain whisky ? Slightly over the top but showing a very pleasant aromatic profile.
Visit the distillery
North British Distillery, 9 Wheatfield Road, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Lowland, Scotland
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