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- On the year of King George VI’s coronation, cask number 843 began its long journey. Nurtured by ten of the finest ware house men and under the specialist care of generations of Malt Masters, it was deemed one of the finest and oldest whiskies the world would taste.
- After 64 years the angels left only 61 bottles of this precious whisky. Its strength, from decades of evaporation, should have been depleted. But it was not. Instead, it had an incredible, innate, and unrepeatable quality.
- A huge aroma, a palate of many unfolding layers, and a patiently masterful finish awaited the highest bidders at auction.
– Tasting Notes.
Rich walnut, darm amber, antique bronze.
Huge and complex – robust oak, burnt heather, tender poached pears in chocolate toffee. Raisins, cinnamon, and cloves. A trace of leather and dark roasted coffee.
Cosseting smoothness, treacle, and sweet notes. Then cedar, oak, and dry bitter chocolate are revealed.
Superbly executed finish. Robust oak, the sweet edge of tobacco smokiness, and rich fruit cake. Very warming.
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