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The Clan Denny is a range of single grain (and recently blended malt) whiskies bottled originally by The Hunter Hamilton Co., subsidiary of Douglas Laing & Co. The origins of the name are little obscured, however the company claims that a Taiwanese businessman wanted to contract them to bottle 30 years old grain whisky under his name. His name was Dennis, and suggestion for the brand name was MacDennis, which didn’t find the Laing brothers approval. Both parties finally settled for Clan Denny. The Clan Denny bottling presented here comprises single cask expression of North British single grain. The whisky distilled in 1979 spent 30 years in refill butt (HH 5557) and was bottled at natural strength of 54.2% abv.
Nose: pretty powerful, grainy, vanilla, caramel, toffee, raisins, prunes, dried apricots, nutmeg, cinnamon, charred oak and fading hint of sulphur.
Palate: rich and oaky, sweet cereals, burnt sugar, pepper, nutmeg, cinnamon, chocolate-coated prunes, almonds, candied orange peel and charred oak.
Finish: fairly long, with initial rich caramel notes, then developing towards oaky dryness.