Teaninich 1973 Hunter Laing Old & Rare
Added on Friday, Dec 18, 2015 at 07:35 AM
  Bottler: Hunter Laing
  Age: 41 yrs Type: Scotch
  Vintage: 1973 Subtype: Single Malt
  ABV: 48.80 % Region: Speyside
  Price: $450 Availability: Specialty Stores
Distilled December 1973     Bottled July 2015     Sherry Butt     51 bottles
Member Ratings and Notes

The nose is earthy with some sherry.  The palate is malty at the front, then has some sherry, but it's not an overpowering sherry note; also some acid. The finish is light with prunes.


Nicely put together.

Yum! Pretty sweet with lots of dried fruits -- raisins, figs, apples -- and toffee, chocolate, and small sprinkles of magic.  
Tangy fruits and dry sherry mixed together to form a really nice drinking whisky. I don't usually attribute single malts to summer time drinks, but this made think this would be really nice on a hot evening watching the sunset. 
Deep amber color. Nice fruity nose. Very clean and fresh. I thought this was a good sherried malt, but lacked the depth and richness I was looking and hoping for. Some off notes on the palate did this one in for me. [12/11/15] 

Nice clean sherry fruit.  This a malt to start the night with.  It's not too hot and shows very well on a fresh palate.  The fresh fruit dulls after a few drinks.  A-/B+


Retaste: A-

Nice sherry with chocolate.  Biosenberry and red apples.

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