Duncan Taylor 1971 Glen Keith 33-Year-Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The nosing passes detect a lackluster aroma of weary spirit, old newspaper and astringent oak. The palate entry is assertively spirity, mildly sweet and a tad grainy; the midpalate is more expressive as richly sweet tastes of marzipan and toffee emerge. Finishes well, stately, and surprisingly well-endowed. Add a splash of mineral water. P.P.

  • rating
    90-95
  • Price
    $234,Buy Now
  • Appellation
    Scotland (UK)
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  • Rating
    90-95: Superb/Highly Recommended
  • Alcohol
    46.7%
  • Category
    Scotch Whisky
  • Date Published
    10/1/2006
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