A lip-smacking sherried Speyside at an amazing 49 years of age. Very few whiskies can stand this kind of ageing, which is just one of the reasons that Glen Grant is a great malt. The perfect gift for anyone born in 1957.
Wow - a fifty-year-old Mortlach from first-fill sherry butts! Mortlach is a quality distillery, and the G&M Private Collections have been very well-received so far, so this is likely to be very good.
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Strathisla is one of those great Speyside distilleries (like Glenfarclas, Macallan, Glen Grant etc) with a spirit capable of immense ageing. This Gordon and Macphail bottling is astonishing value for money for a fifty-year-old malt.
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Samaroli is an Italian independent bottler, famed for the exceptional quality of their releases and for their arty, innovative labels and packaging. This Mortlach is an excellent example of the labels that Samaroli are so well known for.
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