Whisky Review: Gordon & MacPhail Mortlach 15 Years Old

Style: Sweet and Complex Nose: Big trademark meaty aroma up front, red grapes filled the body quickly and then we have some dense cereal notes with a hint of salted caramel troops in, delicious scent of oven-baked potatoes at the back. Palate: Sherry glistering gracefully on the first touch, honey, aloe vera, chocolate malt and smoke.…

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Whisky Review: Silver Seal “Whisky is Nature” Mortlach 1989 25 Years Old

Style: Fruity and Musky Nose: Lively fragrant duet playing on the nose – Immensely sweet, creamy and musky on one side and the drier, dusty and grassy tone on the other side performing simultaneously. You hear solo movements from each side at times, but they combine together from time to time as well. Summer berries…

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First Impression: Three Rivers Tokyo Mortlach Aged 19 Years “The Dance”

[56.4%・19 Years Old・Distilled in 1995・Bottled in 2015・Three Rivers Tokyo Bottling・Single Cask Release of 242 Bottles] Nose: Nash pears coated in toffee sauce.  It has a creamy velvety vibe.  There is a hint of savoury note, partly from the wee smoke and a cooper coin note on the back end. Palate & Finish: The malty entry…

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Whisky Review: Cadenhead Small Batch Mortlach Aged 20 Years

  Nose: The journey begins with delightful waxy honeycomb and caramel notes. Juicy oranges meshes with light vanilla cream, tropical fruits and violets humming softly from behind. Summer Piña Colada. Not exactly heavy on the nose but the sweet fragrance is pleasantly robust. Palate: The palate starts from liquid floral honey and proceeds to the…

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