Blair Athol 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2008 / 2017 46%

Blair Athol 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2008 / 2017 46%
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Region: Highland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

Situated at the very heart of Scotland's Highland's, the Blair Athol distillery is one of the countries oldest working distilleries and a fine example of the Highland single malt style. Matured in a refill sherry butt, this bottling shows this influence with sherried fruit notes, sweet vanilla pudding and chocolate. The palate is peppered with spice and stewed fruit, lingering to a nutty almond and Christmas cake flavour in the finish.
$84.90

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Blair Athol 'Distillers Art' 1997 / 17 years old 48%

Blair Athol 'Distillers Art' 1997 / 17 years old 48%

Region: Highland

Strength: 48%

Volume: 700ml

$138.00

Rarely seen in New Zealand we have a unique 'Langside' release by independent bottler's, Hunter Laing, as part of their 'Distiller's Art' series. This particular bottling is from the Highland distillery of Blair Athol and has been maturing in a single sherry butt for 17 long years with only 689 bottles yielded from the cask. It has a fragrant no...


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Blair Athol 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2006 / 2015 46%

Blair Athol 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2006 / 2015 46%

Region: Highland

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$79.00

Blair Athol Distillery, located in the picturesque town of Pitlochery, was established in the 1790s and is one of Scotland's oldest working distillery. This expression bottled by Gordon & MacPhail was matured in a first fill Sherry Butt and a refill Sherry Hogshead producing a whisky with notes of candied peel, fig and toasted malt. There ar...


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Blair Athol 'Signatory' 1988 / 28 years old 60.9%

Blair Athol 'Signatory' 1988 / 28 years old 60.9%

Region: Highland

Strength: 60.9%

Volume: 700ml

$270.00

Matured in a very active sherry butt, this 28 year old Blair Athol is a big, robust and hearty whisky. On the nose it oozes rich old wood (cedar) and macerated dried fruit, with a twang of sulphur (struck match), orange marmalade and freshly toasted bread. The palate is again marmaladey, waxy and balanced with a brown sugar sweetness. The finish...


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