Whisky Macduff 41 Years Old, "Peerless", 1969, gift box, 700 ml
Whiskey rich amber color.
The taste of whiskey impressive and strong, there gathered a variety of colors - orange notes, the tone of Parma ham, sweet spicy nuances of anise and cinnamon. The taste is extremely long, in a rich aftertaste dominated by notes of dark fruit and creamy caramel.
The aroma of whiskey powerful, rich and bright. It tones infused smoked bacon, pies, applesauce and red currant.
Whiskey is the perfect digestif, goes well with a cigar and coffee.
Series "Peerless" by Duncan Taylor is a unique collection of single malts from Scotland, aged for 40 years or more in the basements of different distilleries where they were produced. Extract made in various oak barrels of bourbon, sherry or port. Loss due to evaporation, incurred over a long ripening time is extremely high, so out of the barrel is obtained only a very limited number of bottles. Whiskey bottled in its natural state, straight from the barrel, with cask strength. Each bottle of whiskey premium from this unparalleled collection of whiskey is packaged in a gift box.
Macduff 41 Years Old is made in the cellars of the distillery Macduff, whiskey which is known for its easy style of whiskey was distilled in 1969 and bottled in August 2009.
Macduff plant was founded in 1958 on the east bank of the River Deveron a group of local businessmen and manufactures excellent Scotch whiskey. In 1972 it was purchased by William Lawson Distillers for the production component in the blend "William Lawson" - very popular Scotch whiskey, which was sold in volume of more than fifteen million bottles a year. Since the early 80s the plant several times changed hands and is now a subsidiary of Bacardi.
Despite the fact that today whiskey Macduff acts as a component of blended whiskey, yet there are official releases of single malt whiskey factory issued under the name of Glen Deveron and independent releases, for which use the name of Macduff.