If this is the last release, as is rumoured, what a way to go.
32 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: A little tight at first then comes masses of honeycomb, fresh vanilla pods and maturing tobacco leaves. A hint of mint.
Palate: Soft and mellow and just a little oily. More fruit than the nose, chocolate raisins and sugared lemon peel. Salted malt loaf.
Finish: Dry slowly with distant bonfires.
Comment: If this is the last release, as is rumoured, what a way to go.
Nose: Brine, lemon, black pepper, pine cones and wood smoke.
Palate: Beautifully matured, rich and sumptuous, with apple pie and stem ginger.
Finish: Medium in length, with a sprinkling of pepper and fading soft smoke.
Comment: An old-fashioned classic!
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