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Signatory Vintage founded in 1988 by Andrew and Brian Symington is one of the leading independent whisky bottling companies. Not too many people remember that the Symingtons started with only £100,000 and within the first five years went almost bankrupt more than once. Most of the releases include much appreciated information – the cask number, date of distillation and bottling and number of bottles filled. Here we have Port Ellen 1982 bottled on March 5, 2002 as part of the Vintage Collection. The whisky spent 23 years in traditional oak cask nr 5339, which yielded 252 bottles at natural strength of 57.4% abv.
Nose: peaty, malty and grassy, moist hay, lemon peel, apples, notes of pepper and licorice, touch of mint and tobacco.
Palate: smoky and peaty, with hints of tar, pepper, touch of ginger, licorice, caramel, grapefruits, apples and dash of cinnamon.
Finish: long, with notes of lemon curd, pepper, ginger, oak and lingering peat smoke.