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Glen Mhor Distillery operated in Inverness from 1892 to 1983. The buildings were situated beside Caledonian Canal, opposite Glen Albyn Distillery. In 1972 DCL took full control over distillery only to close it in 1983 and demolish buildings few years later. The 21st Century bottlings of Glen Mhor are very scarce, what makes the 1966 expression special in every way. The whisky comes from a refill ex-sherry hogshead no. 3690 and was bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for their Dutch importer, Van Wees, in June 2011. After 44 years the cask produced 133 bottles at natural strength of 52.1% abv.
Nose: surprisingly fresh, ripe apples and plums, quince jelly, roasted malt, toffee, honey, hints of pepper and eucalyptus, touch of camphor, some tobacco and oak.
Palate: nicely balanced, apple pie sprinkled with cinnamon, quince jelly, raisins, lemon grass, dash of pepper, vanilla, toasted oak and hay.
Finish: long and lingering, with delicate spicy notes, hints of mint and oak.