1990 Mannochmore 25 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml) - Special Release 2016

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1990 Mannochmore 25 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml) - Special Release 2016

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$525.00 Bottle
  • ABV 53.4%

Founded in 1971, this workhorse for the blended market tends to be obscured by its more prominent neighbours, Longmorn and Benriach. The house style is classically Speyside, with orchard fruits and baking spices to the fore. Some who attended advanced tastings for the 2016 Special Releases late last year judged this as one of the value buys, summed up by a reviewer as "Quaffable, pleasing and yet complex." Around 4000 bottles are on offer.

Other reviews... Diageo had another 1990 six or seven years ago that had been just excellent (WF 88). It was a 18 years old. Colour: gold. Nose: some first fill or new American oak involved, it seems. Some creamy vanilla, fresh sweet sawdust, marshmallows, nail polish remover, candyfloss… We’re actually almost in bourbon territories, which is surprising, but given what we experienced with our aperitifs today, I won’t throw stones. Especially since I quite enjoy this! Let’s see what water will do to it… With water: a farminess coming through, as often, and rather more straight barley than before. Fresh coconut water. Mouth (neat): creamy and fruity, we’re in a candy shop. Lemon bonbons, more candyfloss, custard, a little coconut, a little green pepper… With water: good. Peppery wood, sweet wood, orange squash, coconut, vanilla, tangerines… A style that can be found in some contemporary Benriachs. Finish: medium, on the same flavours, more or less. Comments: a feeling of re-racking that’s been well and smartly done. To think that they could have poured this rather lovely juice into… Loch Dhu when it was younger!
85 points - www.whiskyfun.com