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Scotch Single Malt A-Z — Glen Elgin

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Glen Elgin 'Old & Rare Heritage' 1975 / 44 years old 45.6%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 45.6%

Volume: 700ml

$2,138.00

Distilled in 1975 at the Glen Elgin distillery, situated south of Elgin in the heart of Speyside, this very special bottle of whisky comes from the archives of acclaimed bottlers Hunter Laing & Co. Matured for 44 years, this cask has developed complex and deep flavours - aromas of candlewax, marzipan and nougat join manuka honey. To taste, G...


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Glen Elgin 'Adelphi' 2006 / 13 years old #802276 54.6%

Glen Elgin 'Adelphi' 2006 / 13 years old #802276 54.6%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 54.6%

Volume: 700ml

$151.00

Drawn from an ex-Bourbon hogsheads (previously fitted with new ends), this new arrival from Adelphi was selected from the Glen Elgin distillery. The nose is grassy initially with notes of almond and coconut muesli, honeysuckle, rosehip and a note of that classic kiwi invention, pavlova. On the palate there are 'soor plooms' (a sour Scottish cand...


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Glen Elgin 12 years old 43%

Glen Elgin 12 years old 43%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$99.50

Some might think the release of a range of whisky under the name Hidden Malts a bit strange, but this is not because they have been carefully concealed. The explanation is that these fine malt whiskies, which will naturally appeal to those who appreciate the finest Scots produce, have until now been available only as very rare bottlings. And the...


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