Strathisla 1967
40 Year Old Cask #1894

70cl / 48.8%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Duncan Taylor
Strathisla 1967 / 40 Year Old  / Cask #1894
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A big, oaky Strathisla 1967 from Duncan Taylor bottled early in 2007 from cask 1894 at 40 years old.
Duncan Taylor
Rare Auld
40 Year Old
Bottling Date
Apr 2007
No of Bottles
Cask Number
Chill Filtered

Strathisla 1967 Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes from Whiskyfun (Serge Valentin)

    Nose:...rather big waxy, mineral and grassy (and minty) notes besides the yellow flowers and pollen. Also hints of old leather, cigarette tobacco and eucalyptus, with the oakiness growing a little bolder after that. We get even more eucalyptus after a moment, as well as a little camphor and marzipan. This one is complex and pretty ‘sculptural’ – that is to say excellent. Let’s see whether the palate will match the nose…

    Mouth: starts on quite a lot of oak but an excellent one, mingling perfectly with notes of cough medicine, eucalyptus, resin, soft spices, apricots… Perfect tannins and perfect balance.

    Finish: the oak really takes the lead but as it’s very good oak, we won’t complain. Mentholated aftertaste.

    Comments: an excellent example of a big oakiness that’s extremely pleasant, which doesn’t happen that often. Deserves one or two extra-points just for that. SGP:461 – 91 points. (but warning, this one is for oak-lovers only!)

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