Aberdeen whisky tasting: Lost in time
Gem of our tastings. All Aberdeen whisky tasting should bring joy into your lives, but some of our whisky tasting are able to bring even more. This is one of them – all whisky bottles you will taste are in fact the last ones of its kind. Bottles of whisky from closed or dismantled distilleries...
Main topics of this Aberdeen whisky tasting are:
- Closed, Dismantled, Mothballed and Lost whisky distilleries
- Independent and distillery bottlings
- Importance of warehouse location
- Single cask and two casks editions
- Whisky tasting wheel
This Aberdeen whisky tasting is mostly about tastes and nosing with infrequent hints of theory. The main theory is about using of whisky nosing wheel – great utility which can help you to identify tastes in your glass...
- Glenugie 22 y.o., cask strength - 52,5%, unchillfiltered, refill sherry cask, cask butt 5134, 654 bottles, bottler Chieftain's
- Dallas Dhu 25 y.o., cask strength - 55%, unchillfiltered, sherry cask, cask butt 1380, 498 bottles, bottler Chieftain's
- Glenglassaugh 1965, 40 y.o., cask strength - 47,8%, unchillfiltered, cask 045/411, bottler Murray McDavid
- Littlemill 1991, 16 y.o., 46%, unchillfiltered, bourbon cask, 900 bottles, bottler Murray McDavid
- Imperial 1976, 20 y.o., 43%, cask no. 752, bottle 172 of 500, bottler Blackadder
- Caperdonich, 28 y.o., 46%, unchillfiltered, cask butt 389/391, bottler Chieftain's
- Port Ellen, 24 y.o., cask strength - 45,8%, unchillfiltered, bottler Chieftain's