Linkwood - 1991 Gordon & MacPhail Cask Strength Range - Speyside Malt Whisky 70cl Bottle

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Linkwood - 1991 Gordon & MacPhail Cask Strength Range
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70cl Bottle
£88.38
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Description:
Colour: Orange gold.

Tasting notes, undiluted:
Nose: Sherry notes with ripe fruits. A hint of chocolate and toffee. Subtle hints of dry grass and heather blossom.
Palate: Peppery and warming. Sherry and oak flavours - toasted. Some malty notes with a green (cooking) apples finish.

With water:
Nose: Aromatic, sweet. Mulled fruits with floral, lavender aromas.
Palate: Delicate smokiness with cedar wood and black pepper. Burnt fruitiness and a subtle minty note.

Body: Mellow.
Finish: A developing fruitiness.
Cask Type: Refill Sherry Butt.
Style: Warming - a dram to keep out the winter chill.



Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky
Group(s):     Scottish Cask Strength
Producer: Linkwood
ABV:   53.4%
Bottler:   Gordon and MacPhail
Brand:   Linkwood
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillery:   Linkwood
Region:   Speyside
Vintage:   1991

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The distillery was built in 1821 by Peter Brown, the factor of the Seafield estates of Moray and Banffshire, and is named after Linkwood House, the family home. Brown's son, William, carried on the business and rebuilt the distillery in the 1870s.
One of the managers in the 1930s believed that absolutely everything in the distillery played its part in making the whisky what it was and he commanded that nothing - not even a cobweb - be removed. Had he lived long enough, he would have been dismayed in 1962 when the internal layout was radically changed and again in 1971 when a second distilling unit with two pairs of stills was built alongside the original Linkwood single-pair set-up.

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