Mortlach 1951 / 63 Year Old / G&M Private Collection Ultra
Product Description

A 63-year-old Mortlach released by Gordon & Macphail as part of the Private Collection Ultra series. The second-oldest Mortlach ever released (after G&M's own 70 year old), this was chosen by David Urquhart and his twin sons Stuart and Richard, and is dry and spicy with a hint of smoke.

Mortlach 1951 63 Year Old G&M Private Collection Ultra

  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Gordon & MacPhail

70cl / 42.5%

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£5,208.33 ex VAT

(£8,928.57 per litre)

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Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Rocky

    • Nose

      Sweet-style nose of crème caramel, butterscotch and toffee with a hint of beeswax.

    • Palate

      Wow – a stark contrast to the nose. Creamy, and drier than the nose suggests, with the fruit notes of orange and apricot joined by clove and hints of ash, tar and smoke.

    • Finish

      Long, dry and spicy, with the smoke increasing in intensity.

    • Comment

      The contrast from the nose to the palate was startling, and proves you can’t smell sweetness. The smoke was unexpected but welcome and helped to integrate the fruit and spice – another exceptional whisky.

  • Tasting Notes by Jonny McCormick

    • Nose

      It’s got all the classic Speyside characteristics of rum and raisin, beeswax polish with an underlying rich nuttiness to it.

    • Palate

      A soft opening with a slight delay until it surprises you with a flourish of bitter orange, ripe banana, clove oil, and charred oak ash.

    • With water

      This would be one to experiment with hesitantly, drop by drop. It draws out the fruits and a fresh, garden peapod scent emerges.

    • Comment

      This is a great Friday night dram to be sipped slowly beside a roaring fire. It yearns for someone with enough time on their hands to fully explore its extraordinary character.

Customer Reviews