#NEW #SCOTCH: A few new bottlings from Iian Macleod Distillers: - #SMOKEHEAD I The Rock Edition | Mystery Islay Single Malt | 43% - #ISLAY AS WE GET IT | Cask Strength | 61.3% | Mystery Islay Single Malt - #DALMORE | 19 year old 1995 | Chieftain's I Rum Casks | 43% Distilled December 1995 and bottled July 2005 by Ian Macleod Distillers. Finished in St Etienne Rum Casks #94221 & #94222 yielding just 727 bottles. - #CLYNELISH | 18 year old 1997 I Chieftain's I Hogshead Casks | 46% Distilled July 1997 and bottled July 2015 by Ian Macleod Distillers. Cask numbers 6580 & 6581 yielding 544 bottles. #scotch #whisky #whisky #islay #singlemalt #singlecask #limitededition #highland https://www.thewhiskybarrel.com/mystery-malt-smokehead-islay-whiskey-scotland Always nice to start a Friday with a customer happy to receive their #whisky! A great vintage #HappyFriday #mortlach https://t.co/Hf8kZvVJ62

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20 Year Old, Old & Rare Sherry Cask
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ABV: 56.1%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Douglas Laing & Co.
Vintage: 1989
Age: 20 Years Old
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Tamdhu
20 Year Old Sherry Cask Whiskey

Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Douglas Laing Old & Rare Platinum Selection.

Single cask sherry hosghead limited to 211 numbered bottles. Douglas Laing Old & Rare Platinum Selection bottled September 2010 at full strength.

Its deep amber colour reveals its Sherry cask maturation – reflected by a nose full of dark oily macerated/liquor soaked fruit, beeswax and spice. The palate is massively spiced – yes with a bit of oak apparent too – tending to late dryness. Seville orange marmalade on light burnt toast finishes .

Tamdhu

Tamdhu Distillery was founded in 1896, designed by Charles Doig and opened in 1897 in Scotland’s Speyside whisky region. Tamdhu Distillery was originally equipped with two stills which increased to four in 1972 and then six in 1975 in order to cope with the ever increasing demand for Famous Grouse and Cutty Sark blends of scotch to which Tamdhu was a major contributor. When the nearby railway station closed in 1965 the ticket office was subsequently converted into the Tamdhu Distillery visitor centre and the distillery became a founding member of the Speyside Whisky Trail. But the Tamdhu Distillery visitor centre closed and then Tamdhu Distillery itself in March 2010 and with it the last working Saladin malting boxes in Scotland. A year later and Ian Macleod Distillers purchased Tamdhu Distillery, and thus its working life is assured.

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