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Hunter Laing Glen Garioch 1988 31YO 49.1% (Old & Rare Heritage)

Hunter Laing Glen Garioch 1988 31YO 49.1% (Old & Rare Heritage)

Distillery : Glen Garioch
Bottler : Hunter Laing
Bottling serie : Old & Rare - The Platinum Selection
Vintage : 1988
Bottled : 2019
Age : 31Years
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Number of bottles : 223
Strength : 49.1 % Vol.
Size : 700 ml


HK$3,680.00
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商品描述

A 1988-vintage whisky from Glen Garioch, distilled before its 1995 closure, when they still used peated barley at the distillery. It has been bottled at 31 years old by Hunter Laing for the Old & Rare series. The peat has mellowed into a gently herbal and tea-like character, backed up by fruit and chocolate notes.

Producer's notes
This dark gold whisky has a herbal nose with notes of gingerbread, black tea, and cocoa powder. Oranges on the palate, with stewed apples and a hint of Turkish Delight. The finish is long and grassy, with a touch of coffee.

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About Glen Garioch
Glen Garioch is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland. For most of the 20th century it was self-sufficient, malting its own barley using peat from Pitsligo, giving it a unique smoky character. In fact, in 1968 it was short-listed by then-owners DCL, to convert to heavily peated production in order to make up for a shortfall on Islay caused by a drought. In an odd twist of fate, the decision was instead made to re-open Brora for the job, and close Glen Garioch down. Morrison Bowmore then sprang to its rescue, restarting production in 1973. The maltings and distillery were shut down again by Beam Suntory in 1995, and only the latter resumed operations two years later, with contemporary Glen Garioch becoming an un-peated single malt. These pre-1995 vintages are worth investigating while you can.

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