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St. Magdalene Distillery (also known as Linlithgow) was founded in the late 1700s. Adjacent site was home to Bonnytoun Distillery, acquired by the St. Magdalene owners in 1798. The distillery ceased operations in 1983 due to whisky overproduction and most of its buildings were converted into apartments. St Magdalene/Linlithgow bottlings are extremely rare, thus sought after by collectors. The 2006 release from Silver Seal as part of Sestante Collection contains whisky distilled in 1982 and bottled at natural strength of 61,5% abv with an outrun of 257 bottles.
Nose: pretty fresh, malty, with notes of wet gravel, lemon grass, vanilla, honey, quince jelly, gooseberries, lemon peel, hints of garden herbs and oak.
Palate: malty and pretty spicy, pepper, ginger, hints of hay and lemon grass, touch of tobacco, green apples, vanilla, caramel, and delicate oaky bitterness.
Finish: fairly long, oaky and nutty with peppery and herbal notes.