Mortlach 2007 Hepburn's Choice
Added on Monday, Mar 2, 2015 at 08:40 AM
  Bottler: Hunter Laing
  Age: 7 yrs Type: Scotch
  Vintage: 2007 Subtype: Single Malt
  ABV: 58.00 % Region: Speyside
  Price: $50 Availability: Wide
Bottled 2014 for K&L   Refill Hogshead    299 Bottles
Member Ratings and Notes
The nose is perfumy and floral. The palate opens with a bit of those floral notes but they are quickly replaced by a nice, sweet maltiness. The finish is dry with just a trace of sweet malt and some floral notes on the nose. This one is nicely composed though the nose was a bit too floral for me. 

n:  Fruit bowl by the pool.


p:  Wow, intense.


Water:  Floral and still generally hot.  Sings its one note well.  Hope you like floral.

Pale yellow-white. Sweet nose, subtle cotton candy, some fruit, a little rough around the edges. Tongue is essentially what I'd expect for a 7yr high strength malt. A little spice and fades quicker than I thought it would. [3/3/15] 

n: buttery pancakes, vanilla wafer cookies, musty floral note. Malt and caramels melting in the sun.

t: floral with an aspertame sweetness and some white pepper. Still quite rough and harsh, especially in middle. Lotsa alcohol in finish. Not much going on, nothing memorable. Meh...   [C+.]

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