70cl / 54.4%
26 Year Old TWE Exclusive G&M
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Gordon & MacPhail
- White Pepper
Glencadam 1991 Reviews
Tasting notes by Billy Abbott (The Whisky Exchange)
Vanilla sponge and tropical fruit syrup. Pineapple upside-down cake with sprinkles, poached pears, white peaches and a sliced unripe mango. Syrupy sweetness is balanced by gentle woody spice.
Carefully balanced (literally) mouth-watering sweet and sharp notes kick things off: apples, tannic oak and a spoon of butter icing. Big oaky spice follows, with a dose of brown sugar to sweeten it up. Thick and juicy notes hide underneath, a river of sultanas and tropical fruit cordial sprinkled with black pepper.
Sharp orchard fruit softens to reveal Rich Tea biscuits, unripe mango and sweet butter. Oaky spice lingers.
Sweet and fruity on the nose with more complexity on the palate. One for tropical fruit fans who like things quite sweet.
Producer's Tasting Notes
Vanilla and tropical fruit aromas with hints of citrus.
Smooth with banana, passion fruit and peach flavours with lingering pepper.