A whisky of antiquity that has survived many years. Quite excellent.
34 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: Bourbony and rich; over-ripe cherries and wet tobacco.
Palate: Big and fruity and then a surge of oak.
Finish: Wonderfully spicy and mouth filling.
Comment: A whisky of antiquity that has survived many years. Quite excellent.
Nose: Rich. Powerful, Freshly cut oak.
Palate: Oaky. Sherryish (notice the full, reddish amber colour) Cakey. Marzipan.
Finish: Long. Rooty. Slightly peaty.
Comment: Big and complex. Slightly drying but avoids excessive woodiness.
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