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1963 Gordon & Macphail Private Collection Kinclaith 32 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 40%
A whisky from the Kinclaith distillery (a Lowland distillery which closed in 1975 and was dismantled in 1976/77). The last owners were Allied Distillers. This incredibly scarce Lowlander has never been officially bottled as most of its output went into parent company, Schenley International's, 'Long John' blend.
This uber rare release was distilled in 1963 and aged in cask number 100572 (a refill sherry hogshead) for 32 years before bottling for Gordon and MacPhail's Private Collection in February 1995. With an outturn of just 64 bottles, this falls into extreme collector territory. Investors note: A miniature bottle of 1966 Kinclaith (50 ml) sold for 107 pounds at auction in 2002.
Other reviews... Colour: Dark gold. Without water - Nose: Delicate soft fruit notes, reminiscent of fresh melon. A subtle vanilla note intertwined with sweet sherry influences. Palate: Initially hot and mouth watering. Becomes smooth and creamy with influences of cream toffees. Finish: Long, sweet and nutty. With water - Nose: Remains fruity with prominent sherry influences and a delicate creaminess. Palate: Initially chilli pepper hot - mouth watering. Retains a heavy sweetness and toasted cereal influences come to the fore. Finish: Long and mouth watering. 40% Alc./Vol. - Whisky Journeyssize>