Monday, 7 September 2015

Glenlochy 32 yo 1980/2012

Glenlochy 32 yo 1980/2012

Cask Strength, Signatory
Single malt - West Highlands
Weak tea
60.1% ABV

Nose: Salt caramel, leather, mint, brass polish, lemon sweets, raisins, hints of chillies. 
Mouthfeel: Medium body, thickens slightly, viscous, static. 
Tasting:  Salty sour. Mint, lemon sweets, brass polish, leather, grass, raisins, hints of smoke. 
Finish: Medium. Smoke, leather, wet stones, black tea. 


One of the last drams of Glenlochy, surely. This one is scarily drinkable at 60.1%. I took the decision not to add water, and to enjoy it fully flavoured at cask strength. Smoky and 'hard', but not harsh. Salt caramel on the nose that melts away to grassy smoky loveliness.


I like this a lot.

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