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Gordon MacPhail Mortlach 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml Bottle

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Mortlach 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Mortlach 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml
A 15 year old from the Mortlach distillery, aged in first fill and refill sherry casks before bottling for Gordon and MacPhail.
Beverage type:
Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Alcohol Level:
43%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Product Origin:
Scotland
UPC code:
747020645216
Tastes like:
Apple
Blackberry
Sweet
Oak
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Ratings & Reviews (15)
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Noel David
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Great to see an autonomous bottler stacked onto distiller. Mortlach I've said everything truly in my survey of the 18. Is it on a par with the 18...I can't generally make sure to be straightforward however this successes on VFM. Great Mortlach you get the daintiness of a Spreyside folded over a strong substantial sulfur center. Beautiful....4.25 from a recently opened jug which is noteworthy and I'll be back in my preferred bar one week from now to attempt it again after its opened up. Id purchase a jug in the event that I could get hold of one. Definately prevailing over the springbank Barolo 9 I matched it with.
Posted on Sep 17th, 2020
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Honorio Huard
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DISCLAIMER: This audit is for the multi year old Mortlach from Exemplary Container not the multi year G&M. Stop number 51 on the SDT is Mortlach. This Speyside refinery is possessed by Diageo and is basically utilized as a mixing segment in Johnnie Walker anyway there are a couple of legitimate single malt discharges. This container originated from the autonomous bottlers at Great Barrel. A solitary first fill hogshead (not certain if its ex whiskey or sherry) was utilized and just 384 jugs were discharged. Refined in 2002 packaged in 2014 making it 11+ years old. 46% ABV non chill separated and regular shade of pale straw which would highlight the barrel being ex whiskey. The nose is splendid and citrusy. Lemon and a little lime. Buttercream vanilla light oak. Some sharp liquor consume at an early stage. Light whiskey notes butterscotch and caramel. Furniture clean and somewhat of a metallic sensation. Some almond glue and sooner or later a pleasant slim layer of smoke shows up sufficiently only to tell you its there. Sourdough bread malty. More organic products appear as plums some saline solution and olive oil also. A homogenized nose. Nothing truly stands apart with the exception of the citrus and everything else I needed to battle for. A sweet appearance on the sense of taste with a dash of flavor. Lemony citrus and a general fruitiness however like the nose nothing sticks out. Light brackish water and vanilla. Powerless raisins and feeble smoke. Not mind boggling by any means basic. Nothing amiss with it simply nothing unique. Medium bodied mouthfeel that starts dry at that point becomes mouthwatering...then dry...then delectable. A medium length get done with citrus cream and raisins. Dry. Practically the meaning of fair. Nothing at all stands apart with the exception of the citrus. Hard to pull unmistakable notes from it. Tragically this is another shoddy contribution from an autonomous bottler. At $88 its not worth the cost of confirmation. On account of @Telex for the example. 3 stars. Good health
Posted on Sep 1st, 2020
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Lazaro Duchesne
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Nose: Rich and sweet similar to Sugar Frosties (a tooth-rotting breakfast grain for kiddies). Frosted doughnuts sweet preserves apricots ginger snap rolls tangellos and mandarin orange. It's a melange of warm grain pleasantness and fruity malt that goes dancing with armada footed assurance maintaining a strategic distance from any cloying notes. A delightful sherry impact - only an insight. What a stunning nose! Sense of taste: An entirely adjusted appearance stepping an encouraged high-wire spreading over pleasantness and heat with the ability of an ace trapeze artist. Ginger orange cardamom cinnamon cumin and a bushel of dried organic products. Simply great. Underneath is a healthy sheep tagine stewing in lemon and apricot cuts. Slobber. Truly! This is the thing that Mortlach should possess a flavor like. A touch drying yet in the most delightful way possible. A slight chocolaty dry malt insight that squeezes everything together similar to a perfect Cornish pale. The surface is flawlessness - so accurately sleek that it doesn't appear to be so. Finish: Medium/long it streams on from the turn of events and blurs brilliantly into an energetic dusk. There's even a little dash of mustard zest in the tail - how vanguard! You won't understand to what extent this completion is the persistent flavor is so unobtrusive I ensure. I've talked about this whisky with my mate from over the dump" Soba45 generally so I thought it was the ideal opportunity for a legitimate survey. This whisky has mind blowing nearness and authority yet is at the same time delicate and engaging. For me it is the epitome of David Gilmour's guitar playing where the quiet methods as much as the notes. Impressive and ready with class balls authority and verve. That is the blues characterized. What an incredible prologue to single malts this would be for a newcomer. I sob for the individuals who will never encounter it - it resembles Springbank 10 however with refinement and ©lan. On the off chance that you need to know the arrangement with all the promotion encompassing Mortlach and why old whisky nerds continue prattling on about it - purchase this whisky (on the off chance that you can even now discover it). "Astounding" : 4.5 stars"
Posted on Aug 29th, 2020
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Sebastiana Solanki
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I think I get what individuals are alluding to when they depict Mortlach as 'substantial'. It has an unmistakable full and practically appetizing note which I don't think I've seen from different refineries. Nice.
Posted on Aug 24th, 2020
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António Lloyd
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sweet caramel taste with a solid molasses finish.
Posted on Jul 16th, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
The nose is rich with cereal sweetness and warm barley. Apple blossom rises without effort and notes of malmsey and stewed fruits and Christmas punch emerge with spice and muffin.
Taste
The palate is quite full and quite sweet. The cereal notes return with a syrupy texture. Shades of sherried sultanas and notes of freshly cut fruit salad, hints of toasty oak with obligatory vanilla spice and peppery warmth.
Finish
The finish is long with the fruit and spice rising readily from the oak.
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