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1980
1980
ABV: 43.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail
Vintage: 1980
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Glen Mhor
1980 Whiskey

Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Glen Mhor 1980 vintage Highland single malt Scotch whiskey. Rare expression of the lost Scottish distillery. Matured in refill sherry butts and bottled 2011 by Gordon & MacPhail.

Nose: Sweet and floral - herbaceous. With a subtle touch of wood and vanilla.

Taste: Herbal - minty with a long and spicy finish.

Glen Mhor

John Birnie and James Mackinlay commissioned Charles C. Doig to design Glen Mhor Distillery which was found in 1892 and constructed at Muirton Basin in Inverness. Glen Mhor Distillery was a Scottish Highland malt whisky distillery equipped with two stills and one of the pioneering distilleries to release single malt whisky back in the 1960s. Closed in 1983, dismantled in 1986, demolished 1988 and now one of Scotland’s lost malt whisky distilleries.

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