Glentauchers - 1991 The Gordon & MacPhail Speyside Malt Range - Speyside Malt Whisky 70cl Bottle

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Glentauchers - 1991 The Gordon & MacPhail Speyside Malt Range
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70cl Bottle
£61.91
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Description:
Colour: Golden Brown.

Tasting notes, undiltuded:
Nose: Sweet, sherry with a hint of smokiness. Some herbal, leafy notes also present with a sweet malty background.
Palate: Rich, cream sherry notes with a little drying peppery edge. Some toasted malt flavours present.

With water:
Nose: Leafy aromas with sherry, some chocolate and nutty notes with a hint of malt and oats.
Palate: Spices initially with the sherry slowly developing. A subtle smoky note.

Body: Rich and flavoursome.
Finish: Cream sherry.
Cask type: First Fill and Refill Sherry Casks.



Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky

Producer: Glentauchers
ABV:   43%
Bottler:   Gordon and MacPhail
Brand:   Glentauchers
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillery:   Glentauchers
Region:   Speyside
Vintage:   1991

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Producer Information

The Glentauchers Distillery Company started as a joint venture between James Buchanan, the creator of the 'Black & White' and 'Buchanan' blends and WP Lowrie, a Glasgow stockholder who had supplied Buchanan from the beginning.
The distillery was designed by local architect John Alcock and the work was carried out under the supervision of Charles Doig & Son, Elgin. The first foundation stone was laid on the 29th May 1897 and in May 1898 malting began.
In 1925 James Buchanan & Company became part of the DCL empire. Glentauchers worked continuously, with exception of the war-time years, until 1985 when it was mothballed. In 1989 it was sold to Allied Distillers who had it back in production within the year.
Glentauchers is a key component in Allied Domceq's Blended Scotch Whisky brands such as Ballantines and Teachers Highland Cream.

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