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The whisky

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Official Taol Esa - 1an Gwech 08 84/100
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Official Glann ar Mor tourbe 0/100
Jean Donnay Celtique Connexion Monbazillac 84/100
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Glann ar Mor

Glann ar Mor

3 years
Alcohol percentage
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Glann ar Mor
Personal Comment
A fresh nose betraying the youth of this whisky with this light beer smell which appears at first. Freshness accompanied by minty and Marshmallow notes mixed with malty smells.
The mouth is very pleasant with its mix of fruity hints, gingerbread and a remarkable complexity for such a young whisky.
The finish is of medium length and perfectly prolongs the mouth.
An excellent whisky anyway. An amazing maturity for a 3 years old whisky

Celtic Connection

Finished in a Monbazillac cask

Distillation date
Origin of the whisky
First cask
(Bourbon) Traditional oak. The first maturation is made in Scotland, using the traditional methods favouring the use of Bourbon casks. The aging is responsible for the general balance and the the smooth character which will change the rough alcohol coming out of the still in whisky.
Second cask

(Monbazillac oak) The second maturation is made in Brittany in oak casks having contained Monbazillac. The finishing enforces the character and the complexity of the whisky, while developing its smoothness and its balance.

Celtic Connexion Monbazillac 1993
Personal Comment
The nose is clearly marked by fruits, with very nice hints of citrus fruit on a minty background. In the palate, a nice freshness, on a malty background but the slightly acid impreessions announced by the nose were not present. The alcohol is present indeed, but not boring at all. A nice long and fruity -(pear, melon) finish. A very nice and complex whisky, with very contrasted impressions.

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