Glen Mhor - 1980 Gordon & MacPhail Highland Malt Range - Speyside Malt Whisky 70cl Bottle

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Glen Mhor - 1980 Gordon & MacPhail Highland Malt Range
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70cl Bottle
£178.98
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Colour: Golden.

Tasting notes, undiluted:
Nose: Sherried and dried fruits - figs and dates. Hint of cereal, malty aroma.
Palate: Full - oily and smoky, herbal with floral notes. A sweet, rounding fruitiness - sherry and ripe fruits. Touch of dark chocolate.

With water:
Nose: Gorse and bracken, oiled wood and sweet aromas. Traces of camphor and phenolic notes.
Palate: Smoky - charred oak, Christmas cake and baked fruit flavours, drying.

Body: Rich, full flavoured.
Finish:Dry, charred oak.
Cask Type: Refill Sherry Butts.
Style: Rich and smooth, a fine example of a sherry matured Highland Malt.



Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky

Producer: Glen Mhor
ABV:   43%
Bottler:   Gordon and MacPhail
Brand:   Glen Mhor
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Region:   Speyside
Vintage:   1980

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Producer Information

Glen Mhor Distillery (pronounced by purists as Glen Vwar), was named after the Great Glen that flowed west to Fort William. Birnie and Mackinlay built it in 1892 and from that time until 1972 Glen Mhor single malt whisky was produced and managed by the Birnie family.
Glen Mhor Distillery had once been powered by a water turbine and had also been the first distillery to exercise the use of malting in Saladin boxes. It's outstanding flavour proved greatly popular as a single malt even when the market was dominated by blends. Neil Gunn, a well renowned Highland novelist and whisky writer, (formerly an excise man at Glen Albyn) wrote
the following epigram, with Glen Mhor in mind; "Until a man has had the luck to chance upon a perfectly matured malt he does not really know what whisky is". In 1972 the distillery was bought by DCL but sadly closed in 1983 and demolished 3 years later.

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