The fourth in a series of annual releases of cask-strength Port Ellen from the late 1970's. As the distillery closed over twenty years ago, these bottles are very highly sought-after.
Really bold and powerful, very good but perhaps 'a little tad' simpler than the previous editions. I really have to have a more serious go at it. 90 points.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|# Released bottle||5100|
|ABV/ Volume||56.2%/ 70cl|
Sold Out $138.00
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