Whisky Kinclaith, 1969, gift box, 700 ml
Whiskey in light walnut color.
The taste is very smooth and gentle, somewhat dry, with fruit, smoky flavor and long aftertaste.
The aroma of whiskey notes of melon, licorice and anise, sherry and smoky shades.
Whiskey is perfect as a digestif.
"Kinclaith 1969" - one of the rarest whiskey ever produced. This spill whiskey is the last of a very small number of surviving until now. "Kinclaith 1969" distilled May 28, 1969 and is aged in barrels №301444 for 35 years. Spill in numbered bottles was carried out October 20, 2004. Whiskey produced in limited quantities, only 189 copies.
Plant Kinclaith had a very short history. Built in 1957 in the complex of Strathclyde in Glasgow, it was closed 18 years later, in 1975, when it was decided to increase capacity and provide more space for the complex of Strathclyde. During its existence, the plant is mainly made of mixtures of malt whiskey for Long John (Long John).