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North of Scotland (Scott's Selection) - Scott's Selection, 1973 - 32 y.o. - 45,0%
2F: 2E: 84/100


North-of-Scotland Scott's Selection, 1973

Bottler:
Scott's Selection
Age:
32 years
Alcohol:
45,0%
Collection:
Natural Cask Strength
Bottle details:
distillation: 1973 bottling: 2005
non chill filtered cask strength
average
84/100
(83,70)
price class:

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Jean-Marie Putz

The nose is marked by fine woody ins, spices and pepper.
In the palate, quite a nice taste and a great smoothness. A relatively simple but very efficient mouth. Hazelnut. The taste palette is rather limited but very pleasant.
A long and woody finish. Still very smooth. A very pleasant whisky.
84/1002008

Jean-Marie Putz

A nice fragrance of hazelnut on a peppery background characterizes the nose. In the palate, a great sweetness despite the high percentage of alcohol. Even if the complexity of a single malt is not present, the nutty taste this grain whisky offers is very pleasant, even if the general impression about the taste is a kind of linearity.
The finish is lingering and pleasant, slightly bitter (woody) and dominated by the same sweetness than in the palate. After a while, the woody character (or even better said, the clear nutty taste) dominates clearly.
Quite a nice experience for my first grain whisky.
84/1002006

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