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Every whisky drinker remembers the Classic Malts range released in 1987 by United Distillers and containing six the most representative single malts from six whisky producing regions. Speyside was represented by Cragganmore but Mortlach was a serious contender. Why did UD chose Cragganmore over Mortlach remains unknown, we believe that since the latter has been a backbone of Johnnie Walker Black Label, UD bigwigs decided to protect the inventory for further Johnnie Walker releases. Here we have a lovely expression of Mortlach, part of Signatory Vintage Cask Strength Collection. The whisky distilled on May 14, 1991 was aged in single sherry butt (no. 4234) for 25 years and bottled on June 16, 2016 at natural strength of 56.3% abv, with an outrun of 594 bottles.
Nose: strong sherry statement, dark chocolate, prunes, bitter oranges, bananas, roasted almonds, beef broth, nutmeg and notes of oak and sulphur.
Palate: rich and pretty oaky, prunes, dried apricots, grapefruits, raisins, pepper, nutmeg, roasted almonds and nuts and delicate meaty notes.
Finish: long, oaky and spicy, nutmeg, pepper, dark chocolate and roasted almonds.