Lady of the Glen


1992, Aged 23 Years

ABV 51.1%
REVIEWED Issue 141
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Brand: Aultmore, Lady of the Glen
Expression: 1992, Aged 23 Years
Type: Scotland Whisky / Single Malt
Age: 23 years old
Year of bottling: 2016
ABV: 51.1%
Country/Region: Scotland / Speyside
Bottling type: Independent Bottling
Issue 141
Tasting notes
Taster   Laura Foster
Nose: Peach, apricot and vanilla form the heart here, with a lilac top note, hot cross bun base note and a touch of furniture polish.
Palate: That floral character opens up proceedings, before an attractive salty prosciutto flavour takes over. There’s still plenty of freshness there; almost like breathing in a huge gulp of sea air, laced with vanilla and Parma Violets.
Finish: Still gulping in lung-fulls of sweet, sweet oxygen.
Comment: Fabulously fresh yet pleasingly complex. Wears its high ABV relatively lightly.
Taster   Mark Newton
Nose: Fantastic orchard fruits and vanilla, with such depth. Orange marmalade. Apricots. Hazelnut praline and milk chocolate. Crème caramel
Palate: Velvety, rounded and a mouthwatering continuation of the nose. Baked apples (cider-like), nutmeg with golden syrup, toffee and vanilla, with oak rounding off the sweetness.
Finish: Warming, fruity, sweet and cloying. Just too short to reach perfection.
Comment: A dashing gent. Classy, full of flavour and with a lovely mouthfeel.
Visit the distillery
Aultmore Distillery, Keith, Banffshire, Speyside, Scotland
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