Speyside you say, eh? A real region buster, and I loved that sootiness.
The Single Malts of Scotland
1994, 11 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Nose: Seaweed, creosote, and fish. Potent, sweet and sour. With water there are jelly sweets and silage, horse dung and fag ash.
Palate: Sweet, peaty, and a little coal tar soap.
Finish: Dry and ashy.
Comment: Speyside you say, eh? A real region buster, and I loved that sootiness.
Nose: Light and perfumed top notes (green apple, lemon zest, lily) with some sweet hay, then comes a smokiness like burning stubble. Black pepper.
Palate: Sweet floral start, an rounded centre mixing grass (silage), smoke and a dusty note like angelica. Some coconut.
Finish: Smoked chilli.
Comment: Thanks for bottling this Sukhinder, now, Jim Beam...follow that!!
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