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CASK No. G1.15

Spicy & sweet

Could pacify a mob

Age 25 Years
Date Distilled 12th September 1991
Cask Type Virgin Heavy Toast Medium Char Oak Butt
Region Lowland
Outturn 1 of 486 bottles
ABV 63.9%
Colour Marmalade on stained glass


The nose exuded sweetness (toffee, muscovado, apple crumble), marmalade on toast and wood shavings; also hot cross buns, dried flowers and bacon fries. The palate was unctuously sweet (butterscotch, candy corn, crème caramel) with honey-glazed pork chops and whispers of wood spice (cinnamon toast, fennel seeds, turmeric). The reduced nose found slightly over-done pecan pie, spiced rum, quince jelly and antique libraries. The viscous, mouth-filling palate had maple syrup, bacon and pancakes; burnt toffee, ginger, liquorice, wooden tea chests and enough candy to satisfy a trick-or-treat mob. After 24 years in an oloroso butt we transferred this to virgin oak.

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