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Mosstowie malt was produced at Miltonduff Distillery between 1964 and 1981. The whisky was distilled in lomond still – an experimental cross between a column and a pot still. It had the bulb shaped bottom of the standard copper pot still and a thick, wide neck resembling a coffee can, which housed three rectifying plates that could be opened in varying degrees from a horizontal to the vertical position, increasing or decreasing the reflux action. Almost entire output of Mosstowie went into blends, mainly Ballantine’s. Mosstowie 1979, part of Gordon & MacPhail Rare Old range contains whisky aged refill bourbon casks. Bottled in 2012 at 46% abv with an outrun of 350 bottles.
Nose: moist wool, forest floor, hay barn, beeswax, green apples, touch of aniseed and cardamom, bitter oranges and polished oak.
Palate: pretty spicy, aniseed, licorice, pepper, cinnamon and cloves, hints of hay,
lemon grass, touch of vanilla and delicate oaky dryness.
Finish: medium long, oaky and spicy with hints of peat.