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Strathisla Distillery, established 1876, celebrates its 230th Anniversary and looks into bright future. Not too many of us remember that the distillery went bankrupt in 1949 (its then owner was convicted of tax evasion) and if Chivas Bros. (then part of Seagram) didn’t come to rescue there is a chance we haven’t heard that name again. Strathisla immediately became backbone of Chivas Royal and the company didn’t take too much effort to promote it as single malt. In 1994 however, Seagram launched Heritage Selection, a series of single malts with 12 years old Strathisla being part of the range. The bottle presented here was filled before 2013, when Chivas revamped the packaging and reduced the alcohol content to 40% abv.
Nose: malty and fruity, with delicate sherry notes, honey, toffee, hints of rose petals, oranges, bananas and touch of oak.
Palate: malty and nutty, breakfast cereals, raisins, baked apples, honey, sip of cappuccino, hints of orange zest and cloves.
Finish: pretty long, malty, with notes of honey, sweet cereals and subtle oakiness.