Glen Mhor Distillery (Closed 1983)
The flavours of a school sweetshop. I hope that does not get Glen Mhor banned in Boston.
Gordon & MacPhail
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Year of Bottling
Nose: Balsa wood. Rooty. Liquorice.
Palate: Very lightly oily. Soft liquorice. Black-and-white humbugs.
Finish: Sherbet. Spicy warmth.
Comment: The flavours of a school sweetshop. I hope that does not get Glen Mhor banned in Boston.
Nose: Aslight musty, earthy note, and some sooty smoke, with a sweetness like sugared almond. With water, a hint of wet tweed and smouldering fires.
Palate: Gentle start, then a spicy, almost ginger-beer note pings it into life, then comes fruit, which softens and dies.
Finish: Cigar ash.
Comment: Good energy; the old, slight mustiness on the nose is nowhere to be seen on the palate.
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