Aultmore / Lady of the Glen

Aultmore 23yr (Lady of the Glen) Review

Auchentoshan 20 year old (Lady of the Glen) I've had a few Lady of the Glen drams now and been mightely impressed with the quality of the casks being selected, This Aultmore 23 year old had me really excited.

Distilled in May 1992 and bottled in June 2016 this bourbon cask matured dram from cask #3499 really has me excited.

Another winner for me, a bit more spice than standard Aultmore bottlings which works for me, really interesting dram, one I need a bottle of in my collection

This appears to be sold out, but keep checking specialists for it.

Thanks to Lady of the Glen for the official sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Toasted caramelised pear halves, with Demerara sugar, like a Brûlée topping on the pears, sweet vanilla sugar, touches of oak and sprinkles of spices, nutmeg especially.

Palate

Sweet spiced pear chutney, ginger and stewed pears, hints of juicy sweet orchard fruits, vanilla sugar, oak leaf sauce and hints of wood spices

Finish

Vanilla sugar dipped cinnamon sticks.

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Aultmore 23yr (Lady of the Glen)
Age: 23
ABV: 51.10
Distiller: Aultmore
Bottler: Lady of the Glen
Type: Single Cask Single Malt
From: Scotland, Speyside
Posted: 16/09/2016 by Tom



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