Glen Keith / Glen Keith

Glen Keith 10 Year Old (Pre 1983 Bottling) Review

Glen Keith 10 Year Old (Pre 1983 Bottling) This dram was tasted as part of the 12 Drams of Xmas series

Day 6's rare dram came from Andrew Purslow (@ardbaggie) and this was the first dram to really stump almost everyone with very little scores being allocated from this dram.

This Glen Keith 10 Year Old was bottled before 1983 and is only now available from auction or if you're very lucky from one of the specialist retailers who has managed to pick up a bottle.

I was literally miles away with this one as i went for the Irish Redbreast 12 year old from the Midleton distillery, certainly a far stretch to what it actually was.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

light and fresh initial nose, a touch floral maybe even grain like in nature has that dewy note in there

Palate

quite malty but very smooth, malty, honey, and a little floral

Finish

has quite a nice warming honied finish

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Glen Keith 10 Year Old (Pre 1983 Bottling)
Age: 10
ABV: 43.00
Distiller: Glen Keith
Bottler: Glen Keith
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Speyside
Posted: 31/01/2013 by Tom



Please note links to retailers may be affiliate links tracked by cookies and Toms Whisky Reviews may receive a percentage in commission for any purchases you make. Due to the nature of retail, Toms Whisky Reviews do not guarantee of any of the items being in stock, please check with the retailer for up to date stock levels.