Mortlach 16 year old

May 15, 2016 1 Comment by

Alcohol:43
Region:Highlands
Color:Rich amber
Nose:Dry olorso sherry, smoky, peaty
Body:Medium to full, firm and smooth
Palate:Sherrish, smoky, peaty, sappy, some fruitiness, assertive
Finish:Long and dry
First Tasted:August 2002
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One Response to “Mortlach 16 year old”

  1. tommy says:

    wonderful,took awhile to get to Dufftoewn & track down the F&F bottling but tasted better than I had dreamed.All 16 seconds on & around the palate was an enchanting if not mystical experience;my inerds were warmed beyond pleasure and the tail rewarded for a long ,sedate climax

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