- Single Malt
- Gordon & MacPhail (GM)
- Bottling serie
- Cask Strength
- Calculated age
- 22 years old
- 1st Fill Sherry Puncheon
- 60.4 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- 27/09/2016 161570
- Added on
- 09 Nov 2016 9:22 am by maltaholic
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Whisky Reviews for Miltonduff 1994 GM
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.81 points
- 21 + 21 + 22 + 21 = 85 ~ Pereresyatyna in the style of Farklas 105 US: a lot of sherry, a lot of alcohol and few layers for 22 years
- Classic sherry nose, varnish, dried fruits, vanilla
Taste - sweet, dry wood, some spices, quite succinctly.
In the aftertaste of light bitterness, dry oak, a little spice and wine notes
Nice molt, but without much raisin.
- Serge's take: http://www.whiskyfun.com/archivejuly18-1-Benrinnes-Linkwood-Tomintoul.html#040718
SGP:462 - 86 points
Begins spicy and focused on Sherry, Maggi, greasy leather suite and then becomes increasingly fruity and heavy. Beef stock, fruit bread, some gingerbread, dominoes, polish, doughy aromas and dried fruit. With water: very sweet, fruity sherry tones, fruit bread, slightly fleshy aromas and walnuts.
Full and very sherrytönig, sweet, leather, dried fruit, a little jute, various jams, cherries, dark berries and some coffee. With water: soft, sherrytönig with wonderfully sweet dried fruit note, rosehips, elderberry and notes of root vegetables.
Very long, sherrytönig and dried fruit.
very good cask. Especially the nose is outstanding – complex interplays between
savory and fruity aromas. The palate is adequate, although a little on the
tannic side. The finish however, leaves something to be desired. Overall a
decent malt from a rarely seen distillery.
and expressive. Jamaica Rum-infused figs, sweet pineapple, and kaki purée. Any
indication of alcohol is absent – interesting. With water: new layers emerge,
with cinnamon, demerara sugar, and chili sauce? Its turning savory now. Curry, coriander,
and unburned tobacco. Good stuff.
oak, all kinds of oranges, and rye bread. Not nearly as sweet as the nose
suggests. With water: quite tannic, but not overpoweringly so. White pepper, mentholated
licorice, and hints of toffee.
Mild vanilla, a few tannins, and a little thin? This is where it loses a point