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Edradour (Signatory) - Vintage 1976 (Signatory) - 25 y.o. - 50,9%
3F: 3E: 81/100


Edradour Vintage 1976 (Signatory)

Bottler:
Scotch Malt Whisky Society
Age:
25 years
Alcohol:
50,9%
Collection:
Vintage
Bottle details:
non chill filtered cask strength
average
81/100
(80,60)
price class:

3 notes disponibles en français
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Jean-Marie Putz

A frank and medicinal nose, slightly acidic with beautiful smoky hints.
On the palate, a slightly sulphurous taste, metallic but far from unpleasant, typical of the Edradour distillery.
A nice long finish, also marked by a certain acidity, and an indisputable presence of alcohol.
79/1002006

Jean-Marie Putz

The typical taste and fragrances of the Edradour whiskies are present in this remarkable bottle. A slight prominence of sherry in the smell and the taste. A great complexity, varying form fruity malt to sherry, through some slightly medicinal hints.
A exceptionally long finish makes this bottling unforgettable, but its price makes it difficult to approach...
84/1002003

Jean-Marie Putz

The nose detects some slight medicinal smells on a malted background.
In the palate, the taste is clearly dominated by medicinal hints, and some other tastes, like citrus fruit are hardly perceptible. The Edradour style is however still present.
The finish is marked by the presence of a medicinal after taste, reminding ether.
79/1002005

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