| Aberlour 1989, Highland Single Malt Scotch Cask Strength 113Pf (RARE)|
The nose is marked by malt with some metallic impressions on the backgroune. The mouth is not really spectacular neither. Nice dram, no more. No complexity, no surprise but no flow netiher. The finish is slightly bitter, not too long and without special character.
A Single Malt Scotch Whisky is the product of one specific distillery and has not been mixed with whisky from any other distilleries. The greatest concentration of malt whisky distilleries can be found in the Speyside region of north-east Scotland, with Highland, Lowland and Islay being the other main malt whisky producing zones. Each of these regions has its own particular distinctive style of malt whisky and although it is not possible for two malts to be identical, even if the distilleries that produce them happen to stand side by side, it is usually possible to distinguish in which region of Scotland a particular whisky was made.
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