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Scotch Single Malt A-Z — Mortlach

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Mortlach 'Gordon & MacPhail' 15 years old 43%

Mortlach 'Gordon & MacPhail' 15 years old 43%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$139.00

The Mortlach distillery is one of the most defining examples of the traditional Speyside single malt whisky style. This famous distillery label bottling from Gordon & MacPhail shows the rich sherry cask flavours Mortlach is known for - toffee and orange marmalade notes mingled with distinctly malty tones, with delicate sherry notes and a sce...


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Mortlach 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1988 / 30 years old 48.8%

Mortlach 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1988 / 30 years old 48.8%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 48.8%

Volume: 700ml

$791.00

Laid down in 1988 in a single cask ex-bourbon hogshead cask at the Mortlach distillery, this new release comes from one of the world's most acclaimed bottlers of Mortlach, Gordon & MacPhail. G&M write of aroMas of vanilla meringue topped with summer fruit and lime zest, showing a delicate and lighter style. A palate of chilli chocolate, ...


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Mortlach 'Old Particular' 2009 / 10 years old 48.4%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 48.4%

Volume: 700ml

$149.50

Filled from a single hogshead cask, this new release from Douglas Laing comes from the Mortlach distillery of Dufftown, Speyside. Described by the team at Douglas Laing & Co. as being a whisky of buttery, pastry notes, there is also a creamy cereal (malted barley biscuits, porridge) note, topped with strawberries in syrup. A palate that is a...


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