Whisky Clynelish 1992 Distillers Edition, 700 ml
Whisky has a soft, rounded, sweet taste with a hint of dried fruit, sherry, shades of nuts, raisins. The finish is long, with hints of oak, delicate saltiness.
Whiskey has aroma with notes of rum and raisins, sherry notes, dried orange peel, walnut. Water gives the drink a soft, filled aromas of dried cherries, apricots, raisins, slight touch of honey. Also feels notes of mandarin and chocolate.
Whiskey is recommended to use pure ice, as well as the addition of a small amount of water, the drink is perfect as an aperitif.
History Clynelish distillery is quite unusual and confusing. In 1817, the city was founded Brora brewery called Clynelish, 1896 production was rebuilt and refocused on the production of whiskey. In 1967, the company built a new DCL Clynelish distillery near the old. The old distillery closed temporarily, but just two years later resumed output called Brora. In 1983, the old factory Clynelish (Brora) was finally closed. However, despite the same names, the difference between two large productions. New Clynelish, which produced whiskey Klaynelish - a modern factory with a glass facade, while the old factory Clynelish (Brora) built in the traditional style. Also different character each whiskey distillery. Clynelish whiskey produced in accordance with a long tradition, for its production of water is taken from the mines, which in the 18th century gold was mined, the chemical analysis of the water showed that it contained traces of gold. Thus, this whiskey is quite rightly included in the blend of Johnnie Walker Gold Label. It is worth noting that only 1% of its single malt whiskey is used in this blend.