A 1972 vintage Clynelish released as part of Diageo's Rare Malts series. Despite spending 24 years maturing it is still at a whopping cask strength of 61.3%.
(short notes) Colour: light gold. Nose: wow, again, it’s like when you open a beehive (I know, maybe you never did that but that’s how it smells – agreed, tasting the Clynelish is safer). Lots of wax and rather light honey. Just superb again. Mouth: extremely waxy again, with lots of honeyed notes and flower jams. So drinkable despite the high alcohol level. Not complicated at all but amazingly enjoyable. Yummy! 91 points.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|ABV/ Volume||61.3%/ 70cl|
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