Glen Keith 1983

May 06, 2016 1 Comment by

Alcohol:43
Region:Highlands
Color:Solid gold
Nose:Ginger cake, cedar, oak
Body:Medium
Palate:Sweet, chewy, gingery; not complex but very approachable and pleasantly drinkable
Finish:Gingery, fruity with a very late tartness
First Tasted:November 2002
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One Response to “Glen Keith 1983”

  1. Ken says:

    Hopeless thin and (simply) lacking any redeemable taste. No age statement on the bottle I purchased.

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