Whisky "Invergordon", 38 Years Old, "Rare Auld", 1972, in gift box, 700 ml
Whiskey bright gold color.
Whisky has a pleasant sweet flavor with hints of honey, toffee, white chocolate and molasses. The finish is intriguing notes of "Irn-Bru", cocoa and toffee latte.
The aroma of whiskey gossip shades of vanilla, strawberry leaves, oil, iris and orange motifs.
Whiskey blends well with a cigar, coffee, great as a digestif.
Invergordon 38 Years Old - grain whiskey, aged in barrels of bourbon under the number 96251, for long 38 years. Distillation took place in November 1972, and bottling, each of which is marked by an individual serial number, in February 2011. In all there were 130 bottles.
Invergordon - one of the largest distilleries in Europe, which was established in the early 60s of the 20th century by Invergordon Distillers Ltd. Located in the highlands of Scotland (Hayland Township), she specialized in the production of grain whiskey of the highest quality. Grain mix 9/10 traditionally consists of wheat supplemented with a small amount of malted barley. Distillation takes place in two interconnected cubes of different material - stainless steel and copper. This design brings alcohols characteristic of whiskey from "Invergordon" sweetness. Today the lion's share of all alcohol produced is sold to other companies as elements for the production of blended whiskey. Whisky from Invergordon in pure form - a rarity, and find this drink can only have independent merchants.
Duncan Taylor (Duncan Taylor) - one of the leading companies in the production of single malt whiskey. Earlier, the "heart" of the company was in Glasgow and they are mainly engaged in the production brokerage shotladsky whiskey. Not so long ago, the company moved to Speyside - closer to known regions, famous for the creation of strong drink, and they decided skontsentrirovatsya on creating and marketing their own brands. To date, "Duncan Taylor" carefully controls the entire process of creating a whiskey - from the time of collection of malt to bottling and packaging design, leaving the quality of their own products to their top priority.