Nose:That is my first from WD. Is distributed by my colleagues from Ziefen, Guido and Genio, the Hauptstroos 100 guys who are also allways at the Whiskyship in Lucerne and in Zurich Nose: Caramel pure, just hits me and flashes me away, must be a Pedro Ximenez (PX) Palate: Sweet and easy not to sharp first but gets a good punch later on. Finish: Needs a little to start on but then is long lasting and extremely oily as well as sweet sherry With a teaspoon of water. Nose: Caramel with herbal note Palate: So sweet and easy no burning any more. Finish: Additional oil and soft, sweet. An unbeleivable taste of a Whisky. I'd take that to Hinz and Kunz to give em a taste of it. I think this one is still available.

Created out of casks no. 9,10,11,1875 and 1876 Vintage, 2003. Unchill filtered Nose: A bomb of a sherry, bites very strong in the nose, is the jerez style and some oloroso Palate: Sweet and prickly little bitter and bites very sharp Finish: Nice long and warming again with that strong sherry note. With a teaspoon of water. Nose: Softened but still a bomb. Palate: Sweet and less bitter, very oily Finish: Nice oily and even longer than before, leaves a prickle on the tongue.

Old Particulars single cask Refill Hogshead Nose: A lot of spices, green fresh cut gras Palate: Sweet and soft, sharpens bit by bit Finish: Oily, again a lot of spices, prickling on the tongue, but not that long With a teaspoon of water added Nose: Some glue like cementit but not that big difference from the first gulp Palate: Stil oliy, sweet, but smother Finish: Very prickling on the tongue, and soft in the finish. Very good and strong stuff. Highly appreciated

This Mortlach was bottled Nov 2016, and is Bottle No. 220 from casks no. 193+194

Nose: Green tea, butterscotch, orange, melon
Palate: Bitter, sharp, little sweet, mouth drying
Finish: butterscotch, soap

With a teaspoon of water
Nose: Green tea, old wooden cask
Palate: Sweet, still sharp
Finish: Port and butterscotch

 

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