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Despite big distilling capacity (almost 10 million liters of spirit per annum after recent expansion) Teaninich single malt is quite a rarity. The distillery is owned by Diageo and vast majority of the output goes into company blends, primarily Johnnie Walker. For that reason official bottlings are pretty rare. Here we have one, part of the prestigious Rare Malts Selection, unfortunately discontinued 10 years ago. The 1997 Teaninich contains whisky distilled in 1973 and bottled at natural strength of 57,1% abv. Value of Rare Malts bottlings have been continuously growing and chances for re-launch of the range are close to zero.
Nose: floral and herbal, dried flower petals, autumn leaves, pine needles, apples, lemons, oranges, vanilla, toffee, hints of leather and oak.
Palate: rich, malty and fruity, bitter oranges, apples, bananas, vanilla, honey, lemon grass, pinch of salt and pepper and distinctive oaky notes.
Finish: fairly long, spicy, with notes of pepper, lemon grass, vanilla and oak.