Banff 35 Year Old Rarest of the Rare

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ABV: 42.5%
Age: 35 Year Old
Vintage: 1975
Cask Type: N/A
Cask #: N/A
Bottler: Duncan Taylor Scotch Whiskey
Region: Highland
Type: Single Malt Scotch
Volume: 70cl



Single cask #3352 Banff from Huntley's number one indy bottlers Duncan Taylor. Distilled November 1975 and bottled April 2011. 260 numbered bottles.


Tasting Notes


Nose: Tropical fruits, soft smoke, white chocolate.  A touch earthy with pineapple juice. Palate: Syrupy, hint of spice.  Lots of fruits – mangos, lychee, sweet peat.  A touch of saltiness and grapefruit. Finish: Quite a lot of toffee, faint saltiness and lots of peaches.



Banff Distillery

Banff Single Malt Whiskey

The Mill of Banff Distillery was established by Major James McKilligan at Mains of Colleonard Farm just south of Banff in 1824 but closed in 1863 when Simpson's son built a new distillery on a site at Inverboyndie and named it Banff Distillery. In 1983 Banff Distillery closed, was partially demolished in 1985 and most of the rest came down during a fire in 1991. Banff is a lost Highland malt whiskey distillery with rare examples from the Gordon & MacPhail Rare Old series of bottlings, and all highly sought after.


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