Glen Scotia - 1992 Gordon & MacPhail Cask Strength Range - Campbletown Malt Whisky 70cl Bottle

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Glen Scotia - 1992 Gordon & MacPhail Cask Strength Range
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70cl Bottle
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Colour: Rich gold.

Tasting notes, undiluted:
Nose: Sherrywood with a scented/perfumed note. Touch of freshly ground coffee and a slight chocolate sweetness.
Palate: Sherry with sweet, aniseed and liquorice notes. A hint of Earl Grey tea.

With water:
Nose: Sherry with dark chocolate, floral and dry grass elements. Slight smokiness detectable.
Palate: Sweet and cloying, rich sherry notes with aniseed and a slight resinous flavour. Slowly drying with a perfumed, smoky character.

Body: Rich - requires a little water to allow flavours and texture to develop.
Finish: A touch of sherry.
Cask Type: Refill Sherry Hogsheads.
Style: Powerful - the distinct distillery character intertwined with a maritime element.



Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky

Producer: Glen Scotia
ABV:   59.9%
Bottler:   Gordon and MacPhail
Brand:   Glen Scotia
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillery:   Glen Scotia
Region:   Campbletown
Vintage:   1992

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The distillery had a very stable existence throughout the last century. Up to 1895 it belonged to the original licensees, but then changed hands twice more before falling silent, as did so many of its neighbours, in the 1920s. For a while it belonged to the owners of Scapa distillery in Orkney, right at the other end of the country.
The buildings, including the malt barns and the barley lofts, are Victorian and the stillhouse is thought to be original. Glen Scotia maintained its cooperage function and there has always been a cooper on the distillery payroll.
The distillery has a resident ghost, that of a previous owner, Duncan MacCallum, who drowned himself in Campbeltown Loch in 1930 after losing a fortune in a crooked business deal.

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