- Single Malt
- Gordon & MacPhail (GM)
- Bottling serie
- Rare Vintage
- Sherry Butt
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 01 Apr 2011 12:16 am
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Whisky Reviews for Miltonduff 1969 GM
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 92.60 points
- That’s brilliant sherry, apricot jam, orange marmalade, leather, spices, marzipan, caramel, herbs, superb!
- For the third time I take this divine providence in my hands, and still can’t find the keys. People write manuals for beginners, how to drink whisky, where to start, what to do and what not to. This is not a guide, here the dissertation is needed ...
Whisky looks initially like an oak monolithic wall covered with a fleur of sherry - an idiomatic comparison - you can touch the wood of the barrel.
This molt is one single balance! Molt is monolithic, directed as a vector! A balance of sweetness and dry oak came to the top. But there is a feeling that the balance of this vertex has moved a bit, like Rubicon ...
The slightest tilt and turn of the glass modify the flavor. It is necessary to work very slowly and smoothly. It is like a meditation. Sherry Kaleidoscope: ripe cherries, overripe peaches, chocolate prunes with cognac, varnish and spices, a huge pile of dry foliage and branches of fruit trees under the October sun, sherry fleur sounds like notes of mycelium and spruce forest. Candied papaya and pear, honey melon in the summer heat. Deadwood herbs, licorice root extract, menthol freshness, mint, thick compote from mountain rosehip, fruit tobacco for hookah. Orange jam, viburnum and red rowan, hit the first frost. The meaning of the aroma of this molt closed on the fact that all seasons, like Vivaldi, flashed before my closed eyes. And not a single off-note, distracting from iddilia! But, perhaps, they were not enough for piquancy ...
Taste - I kissed a wood nymph! Tannins envelop the palate and tongue, covering it with woody film. The hot wave covers the mouth first, and after the mouthful, and the whole body. The consistency is close to syrup. He is stunning. This is sherry in a cube with all its derivatives. The most amazing thing is that the molt is rather dry, the sweet fruit component is in the shell of wood tannins. Dried fruits, among which Prune rules the ball, unsweetened cocoa powder, herbs, menthol, a bit of perfumery. Well, that's not enough for the wow effect.
Aftertaste is the apotheosis of everything! Fat prunes, a bouquet of dried herbs, a cigar leaf, menthol, walnut after-taste from walnut. The series in shades is not very diverse, but they are delightfully stable.
- Very very matured, good balance, lots of spices and herbs - fantastic stuff!
Intense, cooked and dried fruits, oranges, jam, raisins, acacia honey, spices, cinnamon, nutmeg, plums, prunes, figs, overripe fruits, hints of solvent, fine oak wood, whiffs of vanilla - great!
Oily, liquorice, menthol, dried fruits, subtle sweetness balanced with finest oak wood, coffee, toffee, milk chocolate (not dark chocolate), more spices, herbs, thyme, rosemary - excellent!
Medium long, warm, more spices and herbs, zesty - superb!
Lovely sherry nose. Fresh and jammy. CCinnamon. Oranges. Waxy. Apricots, dates.
Oily and a slight glue-y mothfeel. Menthol! Jammy and honey. Vanilla. Slightly herbal. Sweet spices
Quite long and jammy. Some Wood influence. Menthol and sweet spices linger.
- TASTING NOTE by G&M;
Colour: Dark amber.
Nose: Sherry and dried fruit notes - Christmas cake. A delicate bees wax edge
lingers and a defined sweetness.
Palate: Heavy sherry notes, with a touch of wood influences. Warming and
Nose: Reminiscent of a Sherried Christmas cake. A strong vanilla edge, with a
treacle and stewed fruits.
Palate: Mouth warming with sherry sweetness. An influence of charred wood
and ash is also present.
Body: Medium to heavy.
Finish: Long and subtle.
Cask Type(s): First fill Sherry butt.
- Tasting Notes by Gordon & MacPhail:
Colour: Dark Amber.
AROMA WITHOUT WATER: Sherry and dried fruit notes - Christmas cake. A delicate bees wax edge lingers and a defined sweetness.
TASTE WITHOUT WATER: Heavy sherry notes, with a touch of wood influences. Warming and mouth watering.
AROMA WITH WATER: Reminiscent of a Sherried Christmas cake. A strong vanilla edge, with a treacle and stewed fruits.
TASTE WITH WATER: Mouth warming with sherry sweetness. An influence of charred wood and ash is also present.
- Tasting Notes by SCOMA:
Aroma: Sherry and dried fruits - Christmas cake. A delicate beeswax edge remains and a defined sweetness.
Taste: Heavy sherry notes with a hint of wood. Warming.
Aftertaste: Long and subtle.
- N: nuts, full sherry influence, oily, grass, dried fruits, raisins and almond paste
T: fruits, nuts, honey, wood, spicy - cinnamon and some tropical fruits
F: oily, nuts, little smoke and medium spicy
sample from Pot Still Festival 2012