- Single Malt
- Gordon & MacPhail (GM)
- Bottling serie
- Connoisseurs Choice
- Calculated age
- 19 years old
- Refill Bourbon Barrels
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- New Map Label
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 25 Aug 2011 1:51 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Lochside 1991 GM
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.76 points
- Lochside distillery has been closed for some time now what is on the market is becoming increasingly rare.
Sweet with roasted malt.
Heavy sweetness, spicy and malt influences.
- Color: pale gold Nose: even more restrained than the 15y, cereals, malt, later citrus notes Body: medium Mouth: Mild, sweet notes, cereals, some vanilla, grasses, pepper Finish: medium, caramel and bitter oak notes, some citrus Conclusion: 77.5P, Old School Whisky, unfortunately somewhat one-dimensional
- goes in the same direction as the 2007, but more mature and fuller. I like it. I also had the 1991-2010 of G & M, which was of course quite similar.
similar to the 2007er, but almost a little more fruity, "younger", less peat smoke, but more herbaceous notes, maybe a little anise again, plus citrus. Over time he opens up and gets really strong and full, almost a little vanilla and sweetness. Nice nose.
nice and strong, fruit, vanilla, tart oak and a bit of smoke.
a lot of bitter oak, which unfortunately pushes the other flavors somewhat into the background. Light smoke remains, in addition a certain fruitiness and after some time also a slight sweetness.
Citrus fruit, sweet, lemon
Citrus, pineapple, lots of different fruits
a little pepper, slightly bitter
- Cross comparison with Lochside 1991 G&M bottled in 2008. The profile of both versions whiskies is very similar. It seems to me that the 2001 version is slightly more fruity and less spicy.
Grassy and malty. Green apples and floral notes of hay and Heather. Some wet grass as well.
Sweet frui't; lemon and papaya. Oakiness with a spicy edge. Malty juiciness. Roasted almonds.
Medium long. Mint. Bitter-sweet dryness.