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Glen Mhor Distillery was established in 1892 and it was the youngest of the three distilleries operating in Inverness (the other two were Millburn, est. 1807 and Glen Albyn, est. 1846). The distillery was equipped with three stills – two wash stills and one spirit still and could produce 1 million liters of spirit per annum. By 1983 the distillery became too inefficient to operate and DCL decided to ceased production. Gordon & MacPhail held bottling license for Glen Mhor whisky. The 12 years old expression was part of the G&M Distillery Labels range since the 1990s.
Nose: malty and fruity, apples, pears, gooseberries, buttered toast, traces of lemon grass and pepper and delicate oakiness.
Palate: pretty smooth, with delicate oaky bitterness, breakfast cereals, vanilla, baked apples, lemon peel and touch of hay.
Finish: medium long, malty and grassy with notes of apple peel.