Whisky Mortlach 50 years old, 1942 (Gordon & MacPhail), gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Mortlach 50 years old, 1942 (Gordon & MacPhail), gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey beautiful walnut color.
The taste of whiskey full, rich notes of vanilla, dried fruit, caramel, peat and charcoal.
The aroma of whiskey fruity, notes of honey, caramel and smoke.
Whiskey is excellent as a digestif. in combination with a cigar, coffee, caramel desserts.
Whiskey "Mortlach 50 years old" - a rare release of whiskey Mortlach, released in limited quantities. Whiskey distilled December 31, 1942, aged in oak barrels in the factory Mortlah, and later - in the warehouses of the company Gordon & McPhail in Elgin, and bottled exactly 50 years - 31 December 1992. All bottles of whiskey rarity numbered. "Mortlach 50 years old" is available in a crystal decanter in original wooden case and accompanied by a certificate Mortlah distillery.
Mortlach - the first of seven plants Dafftauna - was created in 1823. Over the years, the plant outbid different companies reorganitsazii occurred. In 1837 Mortlach bought brothers John and James Grant of the "Glen Grant". They rented a distillery equipment and halted production is likely to reduce competition. After that, the plant "silent" for ten years. During this time, it was used as a brewery and, more surprisingly - as a church. Opened in 1851 under the leadership of Alexander Gordon, Mortlach some time let the whiskey with the name "John Gordon". The next owner - the son of Gordon George Cowie - Refurbished, increasing the number of distillation cubes, paving the railroad that linked the factory to the station Dafftaun installing electric lighting and hydraulic lifts in warehouses. Since 1925, the plant belongs to the "John Walker & Sons". Today, the production capacity of Mortlach is 2,910,000 liters per year. Since the days of George Gordon Cowie, Mortlach has one of the strangest of distillation - 3 double distillation of the cube, all different sizes, unpaired. However, the result - the highest quality whiskey, considered one of the best in Speyside, speaks for itself.