I am very curious if there is any unsulphured Mortlach at all (from the eighties) - but obviously there is not such a thing out there. This again is a heavily sulphur-spoiled Mortlach that is nothing else than disgusting to my taste buds, sorry all ye folks that love such stuff: I never did and I never will - whisky should be made for the angels and not for the devil, never ever!!!
The colour is deep gold and the nose is sulphured - what else? Oh oh Mortlach - did you really accept all the sulphur-spoiled casks other distilleries rejected? This is not "just a whiff" of gunpowder and spent matches - this is a whole firework burnt. How can anybody find any pleasant aroma under such a wall of sulphured smoke, I can not...
Just disgusting to me (like chewing the ignition area of a matchbox, try this!)... But all followers of the satan will adore this, for sure!
This dram shows exactly that scurfy-astringent mouthfeel all heavily sulphur-spoiled whiskies own, booah this is gross! The finish is long what is not an asset in this case...