Gordon & MacPhails Glen Scotia Tasting Notes

Posted: March 28, 2016 in Glen Scotia, Scotch Whisky A-G

Gordon & MacPhails Collection Glen Scotia 1991 (15 year old) 43%

Bourbon/ Dist: 1991 Btl: 2006/ Tasted: Dec 2015

Aromas of sweet oak, barley and malt with a slight balsamic note. Dusty, sweet peat follows along with some slightly grubby spirit notes ā€“ lanolin and fish oils.

The palate is malty and dusty with mature baked fruit and hints of citrus. Old and dirty with a hint of violet. A bit short and hot, but a lovely dusty peat after-taste. Overall it has its pluses and minuses!

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