Friday, 6 February 2009


... big ,fat, delicious speysider which contributes a lot of 'fullness' to Diageo's blends, and a lot of happiness to Malt drinkers, ... who would be even happier if this whisky was 'craft' presented.
Rich barley, crisp apple, heather honey and mapled-spices.......
this Malt is a lesson in good provenance and how, when a Distillery is lucky, and looked-after properly, the return is rewarding
in terms of the sipping experience.
Glen Elgin 12 y.o. 89/100 (92 if it was crafted!)

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