- Single Malt
- Gordon & MacPhail (GM)
- Stated Age
- 21 years old
- 1st and 2nd Fill Sherry Butts
- Number of bottles
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- White Label - Cork Stopper
- Added on
- 16 Mar 2009 4:56 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Mortlach 21-year-old GM
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.67 points
- good malt .. is he better than the 15 year old Mortlach from G & M? Not better but not worse..other. Less smoke and less sherry. For more seasoning and barrel. As for the PLV, the 15-year-old, however, the nose ahead.
Seasoning, hay, grain, oak then fruit .. apple, some chocolate and quite a bit away smoke
Seasoning, oak, sweet, slightly bitter, chocolate, maybe some smoke.
medium length, dry, floral
- Apple blossoms and ripe pears on sweet barley. Malty sweet with herbs and flowers, very pleasant woody notes fill the mouth. Balanced and wonderfully complex. In the long finish remain dried fruits and herbs on the palate, a classic.
- Sweet and fruity nose with plenty of complexity. Full and rich on the palate with a long, warming finish. A really good straightforward, well-balanced malt.
Apples, canned pears in syrup,Herbs, Vanilla and a hint of wood (oak)
Enters soft and sweet with Sherry and pears, Spices increases softly but only as a contribution to the taste, not a takeover. Some soft tones of oak
Medium long with fading spices turning to fresh fruit sweetness
- Very nice example of a well aged Mortlach.
Bosc pears. Orchard fresh apples. Gummy bears. Sweet barley.
Rich and sherried. Full and round. Dry fruits. Oak. Esters.
Long and fruity (apples again). Raisins.