- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Rare Malts Selection
- Stated Age
- 28 years old
- Bourbon & Sherry Casks
- 51.9 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 14 Oct 2007 11:00 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Glen Mhor 1976
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.66 points
- Another great Rare Malt, another great Glen Mhor.
Nicely fruity, with a dirty edge. The fruit is tropical (mango, papaya, and some orange). Intertwined is this dirty side of gravel road, tobacco, and sooty oil. This dirty tropical mix is made into a cocktail with a decent portion of mint, later also lemon, and creamy vanilla.
A powerful dram, but within boundaries and still quite complex.The tropical fruit and tobacco remain most prominent. The citric side gains power, which leads to a nice sour twist. At the end, the green side joins, along with a gentle level of pepper.
Tropical fruit, apricot, lemon, tobacco, gentle peat smoke, grass and pepper. Just perfectly matched, and very well balanced.
- Quite nice and hard to get these days.
Marshmallows, dried plums, alcohol, mango, papaya, khaki, apricot, plastic, foam rubber, grit, glue, cocoa, dates, cream, advocaat, banana, milk, vanila ice cream, stinging nettle, stones and sand
Cream, sparkeling, wood, dust, vegetation, wet dog, old coins, banknotes, cigar smoke, cupboard, books, clay, dusty grit, charcoal, soot
Somewhat sooty and dusty with fruity traces plus a bit wood
- with a few drops of water there is an incredibly sweetness in this whisky, nearly like marzipan - really different. very unusual stuff, but still wonderful. takes time to savor
Flowery, marzipan, nutty, lemon marmalade, spicy citrus, fresh cut hay
Blossom, peppery oak, soft smoky peat, bitter, salty
Medium long, slightly dry, peppery