Mortlach 1942/1993 Gordon & MacPhail

by Oliver Klimek on June 17, 2012


My Tasting Notes:

Colour: Bright copper
Nose: Pipe tobacco, old leather, orange marmalade, dark caramel, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves.
Palate: Bitter oranges, christmas cake, mint, sage, strong Earl Grey tea, mixed oriental spices.
Finish: Very long, dry and spicy.
Overall: The nose of this rare whisky is to die for. It is enormously complex on the palate with lots of  spices and a surprising herbal element, but the wood is very well present.

Rating: 88/100 – no price information as this is a collector’s bottle

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