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1984
1984
ABV: 43.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail
Vintage: 1984
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Miltonduff
1984 Whiskey

Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Miltonduff 1984 Vintage Speyside single malt Scotch whiskey. Matured in Refill Bourbon Barrels and bottled 2014 by Gordon & MacPhail.

Nose: Hints of beeswax polish with lemon zest and vanilla initially. Complimented by aniseed and eucalyptus aromas.

Taste: Cracked black pepper with grapefruit, lime and raspberry. These combine with dark chocolate and liquorice flavours.

Miltonduff

Miltonduff Distillery was established by Andrew Peary and Robert Bain in 1824 on the site of an old meal mill which once belonged to Pluscarden Abbey. In 1964 a pair of Lomond stills was installed and operated until 1981 at which time they were sliced and diced and partially incorporated into new pot stills. Whilst the whisky produced from the pot stills at Miltonduff is called Miltonduff the malt whisky produced by the Lomond stills is called Mosstowie. Miltonduff Distillery is a Speyside malt whisky distillery and a  contributor to Ballantine’s blends of scotch.

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