| 1981 Gordon & Macphail Highland North Port Brechin (24 Years)|
1981 Gordon & Macphail Highland North Port Brechin 24Yrs has Colour: Straw.
Tasting notes, undiluted:
Nose: Sweet and fruity aromas with spices - cinnamon and a touch of ginger root. With a smoky edge.
Palate: Smoky with sweet, malty notes and an underlying fruitiness.
Nose: Oily with developing mulled fruit aromas. Spicy with hints of earthy notes and a smoky edge.
Palate: Smoky initially with cereal and nutty flavours developing.
Finish: Slightly smoky with a burnt fruitiness.
Cask type: Refill Sherry Hogsheads.
Style: A complex Highland Malt.
Single malt Scotch: a delight usually refrained from until after dinner. Most popular pairing: the cigar
Single malt whisky is a whisky which is distilled at a single distillery, and which is made completely from a single type of malted grain, traditionally barley, (although there are also single malt rye whiskies). Most single malt whiskies are distilled using a pot still. Single malts are produced all over the world, but the best known single malts come from Scotland, Ireland and Japan.
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