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This Linkwood 1974 30yo was released in 2005 and remains the oldest ever official bottling from this distillery. The Rare Malts are a now-discontinued series of cask-strength releases designed by Diageo to showcase some of the hidden treasures in their portfolio.Tasting Notes (1)
Producer's Tasting Notes
Deep and fruity; glacé cherries, tinned apricots, greengages, but also creamy and rich, like brioches fresh from the oven. With water, still fruity, but now fresh cherries, plums and soft brown sugar appear too. Becomes more oily (linseed), then settles down to fragrant sandalwood.
Light to medium. Syrupy.
A good interpretation of the nose - thick, smooth fruity and sweet to taste. Rosewater, anis, perfume.
Spicy, drying and long. Nutmeg, and even traces of snuff.
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