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. New tasting blog: WE had another fantastic bottle through the door from our friends at Morrison & MacKay... http://t.co/3G0gDgDpKh

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18 Year Old Duncan Taylor Rare Auld
18 Year Old Duncan Taylor Rare Auld
ABV: 51.5%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky
Vintage: 1993
Age: 18 Years Old
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Glenrothes
18 Year Old Duncan Taylor Rare Auld Whiskey

Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Single cask #160. Distilled June 1993 and bottled August 2011.

18-year old cask strength Glenrothes from the award winning Duncan Taylor, Rare Auld series. 182 numbered bottles.

Nose: Creamy, minty and quite thick feeling. Long grass on a river bank, ferns and then some orangey notes

Palate: Soft brown sugar, lots of creaminess with some red fruits. Hint of fennel and then more citrus notes emerge

Finish: Lots of toffee, hints of honey and a whiff of ginger snaps and lingering dark chocolate.

Glenrothes

Glenrothes Distillery was established in the narrow valley of the Rothes Burn on the west side of Rothes in Scotland’s Speyside whisky region by James Stuart in 1878. Now one of the largest malt whisky distilleries in Scotland with eighteen washbacks, ten copper stills singing in their own mighty cathedral and a traditional pagoda roof. Glenrothes Distillery participates in the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival and is a major contributor to the Cutty Sark and Famous Grouse blends of scotch whiskies. 

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