Cadenhead's Glentauchers 38 Year Old

Cadenhead's Glentauchers 38 Year Old

(0.7l, 50.8%)


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A Speyside single malt Whisky older than disco music.

Established in 1842, Cadenhead is Scotland’s oldest independent bottler. Their two shops in London and Edinburgh are veritable shrines to the art and science of Whisky. For their own line of spirits they purchase a cask or two at a time from the best distilleries. What matters to them is that they find something unique or special that is in too limited a supply for the those distilleries to effectively market. Otherwise, these odd-lot casks of heavenly spirit would be destined to be sloshed into large vats of blended Whisky — and that’s no good, right?

In 1976 the United States celebrated it’s bicentennial, the Winter Olympics were celebrated in Austria, and Apple Computer was formed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. 1976 was also the year that Cadenhead Glentauchers 38 Year Old went into it aging barrels in the Highlands of Scotland. Glentauchers is a classic Speyside single malt Whisky. Most years, 100% of their production goes into supporting premium Scotch blends. Every once in a while there is enough left over for a rare single malt release. The fact that Cadenhead got them to part with a handful of casks that had been aging gracefully for nearly four decades in ex-Bourbon casks is simply amazing.
  • Category
  • Style
    Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Region
    Speyside
  • Country
    Scotland
  • Alcohol
    50.8%
  • Distillery
    Glentauchers
  • Age
    38 Year Old

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apple
citrus
honey
biscuit
orange
marmelade
spicy
fruit
oak
What does Cadenhead's Glentauchers 38 Year Old taste like?

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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland and some other parts of the world distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and USA they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm gold

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Fresh and bright with citrus, apple, and honey

Flavour / Taste / Palate
More fruit and biscuits, orange marmalade, and oak

Finish
Long with light spice and fresh fruits
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David,
Thanks it was very interesting
 
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