Sheep Dip Old Hebridean 1990

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Sheep Dip Old Hebridean 1990
70cl / 40%
Blended Malt Scotch Whisky
A deluxe edition of the popular Sheep Dip blended malt. This is apparently a vatting of Islay and Highland malts (Dalmore, Fettercairn and Ardbeg) distilled in or before 1990 and allowed to marry for over a decade in first fill oak casks. This should be excellent.
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CountryScotlandBottling StatusDiscontinuedAge19 Year OldBottling Date2009
Customer Reviews:(7 reviews)
Incredible value for money. This is really great stuff! Nowhere to be found nowadays, glad i purchased a few bottles!
- anonymous, 5th Sep '13
I finally found a bottle of this stuff. Immense and intense nose, flavor and finish. The 40% abv is no big deal IMHO.
- anonymous, 17th Feb '12
Great, the secret's out and now the collectors are out on a prowl. :-(
- anonymous, 8th Feb '12
Great stuff... despite being 40% ABV it tastes rich and creamy. A real treat!
- anonymous, 12th Jan '12
Goodness gracious, what a dram. The Fettercairn 21, Dalmore 19, and the Ardbeg 25 all shine in this vatting, oops, did I say the "V" word? With another 15 years, man, that's about 40 years old on the maximum age in the spirit. What makes this fabulous is the accessible price considering the quality of the spirits in the bottle. My only gripe is the 40% ABV and the chill-filtering. My Dunlivet has met it's match. LOL.
- anonymous, 12th Jan '12
Re my above post. If you let this sit and breathe for about a 1/2hr the slightly artificial note I'd detected is smoothed out, leaving nothing but an utterly brilliant whisky. The mixture of the Ardbeg and the Dalmore is immense. I'm getting another before they run out!
- Mr Claw, 4th Jul '10
Not perfect (there's something slightly artificial hidden in the back of the mix), BUT that's aminor quibble. The good bits make it all very worthwhile. The Dalmore is very rich and smooth (like the 15YO) and the Ardbeg is also very prominent. I'd say it's well worth getting a hold of a bottle while you can - you won't regret it.
- Mr Claw, 29th Jun '10
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