Step into the world of rare and exceptional whisky with the Mortlach 12 Year Old 2008 (Old Particular). This limited edition single malt Scotch whisky is a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and unwavering commitment to quality by Douglas Laing. With only 304 bottles in existence, it is a true rarity that will captivate the senses of whisky connoisseurs and collectors alike.
Crafted with care, every drop of this Mortlach expression is carefully selected from a refill hogshead cask, ensuring that the whisky remains unsullied and fresh. The absence of colorings and chill-filtration further preserves the integrity and authenticity of the spirit.
From the moment you pour a dram of Mortlach 12 Year Old 2008 (Old Particular), you'll be greeted by a tantalizing aroma of gentle spices, complemented by a delightful backdrop of barley sugar. As you take the first sip, the flavors unfold on your palate, revealing a harmonious blend of mixed spices, warming chocolate, invigorating ginger, refreshing mint, and a distinct gristy malt character.
The exquisite flavors of this Mortlach expression offer a delightful journey for your taste buds. The gentle spiciness and dulcet notes of barley sugar on the nose pave the way for a warming mix of chocolate, ginger, mint, and gristy malt on the palate. It's a symphony of flavors that will leave a lasting impression.
Presented in premium gift tubes, the Mortlach 12 Year Old 2008 (Old Particular) is not only a treat for the taste buds but also a feast for the eyes. The highly informative labels provide valuable insights into the whisky's origin and production process, adding to the overall experience.
Don't miss out on this rare find. Indulge in the uncompromising quality and exquisite flavors of the Mortlach 12 Year Old 2008 (Old Particular) and elevate your whisky collection to new heights.
Tasting Note by Douglas Laing & Co:
Nose: Unsullied and fresh being gently spiced, dulcet with a barley sugar backdrop.
Palate: Mixed spices show early, warming to chocolate, ginger, mint, and a gristy malt.
Finish: A selection of spices show though, all really sweet, combined with moist barley. (FHL)