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North British (Scott's Selection) - Scott's Selection 1974-1999 - 25 y.o. - 53,1%
2F: 2E: 81/100


North-British Scott's Selection 1974-1999

Bottler:
Scott's Selection
Age:
25 years
Alcohol:
53,1%
Collection:
Natural Cask Strength
Bottle details:
non chill filtered cask strength
average
81/100
(80,53)
price class:

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Jean-Marie Putz

Quite a spring nose, with floral hints and cut grass.
A touch of fruits too (apple), the whole being very fresh. The palate is first rather dry, very fruity with an evidence of alcohol although not hindering. Slightly woody notes appear then. Very good whisky, even if excellent grain whiskies lack the complexity of good malt whiskies.
The finish is lingering, fruity with walnut hints after a while.
82/1002006

Jean-Marie Putz

This grain whisky has a very expressive nose too, kind of mix of pepper and fruits, but not ripe fruits, nor dry ones. It is more like a kind of acid fruits, like not ripe cherries. A pleasant smell.
The mouth is clearly behind the nose. Some monotony in the range of tastes. Chocolate and almond are dominating the palate.
The finish is warm and long, and remains in the mouth tones. No complexity, but a quite pleasant taste.
79/1002006

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