New tasting blog: We had another fantastic bottle through the door from our friends at Morrison & MacKay Independent bottling. This time it was a 1989 Macallan 25 year old single Malt. This is a lovely sweet and mellow dram from this long established and well renowned Scottish Speyside distillery. With only 288 bottles form the cask, this dram makes a fine addition to the Carn Mor collection and will certainly be one to add to the collection. Top dram. RT @CarnMorWhiskies: When this is your desk at work you really can't complain about it. Carn Mor Celebration Of The Cask –… https://t.co/z2…

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28 Year Old Batch 1 Cask #2101
28 Year Old Batch 1 Cask #2101
ABV: 43.7%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Distillery
Vintage: 1986
Age: 28 Year Old
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28 Year Old Batch 1 Cask #2101 Whiskey

Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Glenglassaugh 28 Year Old 1986 vintage batch 1 Highland single malt Scotch whiskey. Single cask Hogshead #2101 bottled February 2014. 323 bottles.

Nose: Gentle heather honey holds warm cigar box spices. Crisp, freshly ground barley surrounds soaked raisins and sultanas. 

Palate: A toasted white oak spice runs through Demerara caramelised orchard fruits which mellow to dried apricot and hints of vanilla in the long subtle finish.

Glenglassaugh

Glenglassaugh Distillery is a Highland malt whisky distillery situated at Sandend Bay near Portsoy on the Banffshire coast with views north over the Moray Firth and the North Sea and is one of just a very few truly coastal Highland malt whisky distilleries. Glenglassaugh Distillery was established by James Moir and opened in 1875 on a site between the remains of Glassaugh windmill constructed in 1762 and the Craig Corn Mills. In an ideal location with barley and soft Speyside water to hand and sea breezes to pervade the distillery’s warehouses. When Glassaugh Station opened on the Moray Coastal Railway in 1884 Glenglassaugh Distillery gained speedy access the whisky blenders down south. This distillery was substantially re-built in 1959 and re-opened in 1960 only to closed in 1986. Glenglassaugh Distillery was purchased by the Scaent Group and back in production in December 2008. Visitors are welcomed at Glenglassaugh Distillery and tours are available by appointment.

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