Miltonduff Scotland Whisky
After adding water it really opened up and Miltonduff is a beautifully balanced peaty yet smooth whisky.
Speaking of those casks, The Macallan invests a lot of time and effort into sourcing and making these, so much so that it is the only Scotch distiller with a dedicated Master of Wood: Stuart MacPherson. All orders for delivery outside the EU may be liable to local duties and taxes for which customers are responsible.
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This 14 year old is smooth to drink and it definitely has a toffee smell. Not alot of flavour on the finish but a good transition into oak and lingering spice. New make was supposedly the tipple of choice because it would render employees less dazed the next morning than older, barrel-aged whisky, owing to its greater purity. There are some VERY, VERY good blended whiskies and there are many shitty single malt whiskies. Today, Glen Miltonduff Grant is still run by master distiller Dennis Malcolm who was born at the distillery in 1946 and started working there in 1961. Palate : Big medicinal hit to start, with fresh bandages joined by TCP. The ruins of Dunnideer Castle are a nearby landmark. New make was supposedly the tipple of choice because it would render employees less dazed the next morning than older, barrel-aged whisky, owing to its Miltonduff greater purity.
Score: 77 points - not really my style, but a very enjoyable nose. In fact, almost all single malt scotch whiskies are blends.
Speyside: Once considered part of the Highlands, this area has almost half the total number of distilleries in Scotland and Miltonduff is therefore officially recognized as a region unto itself. Not all of it is Miltonduff plastic-jug swill: the labeling can also simply indicate a bottle that contains more than one style of whiskey. Although barriques were historically uncommon in the maturation of Scotch whisky, recent decades have seen an increasing amount of single malts and blends experimenting with these casks.
Great timing with Robert Burns dinners on the horizon. On its own it needs longer to mature to gain more subtlety. In 2014, however, that changed with the launch of a four-strong range: Rare Old, Special Strength, (both no-age-statement), 18-year-old, and 25-year-old.
Having lost the characterful impact of Islay Miltonduff malts, this blend only remains Miltonduff a shadow of its former glory. Before we delve into the list, one thing to keep in mind: these are brands. Things were about to get even more eccentric because, Miltonduff shortly afterwards, Islay fisherman John Baker was heading home to Port Ellen when he spotted something awash in the sea off the bow of his boat. We have a selection of tours and tastings to suit everyone. From the seventeenth century onwards various alliances, treaties and wars, meant the fortified wines (suitable for long distance travel) of Sherry, Port and Madeira were particularly popular Miltonduff in Britain. No specific grain requirement, no minimum aging requirement.
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