Whisky "North British", 32 Years Old, "Rare Auld", 1978, in gift box, 700 ml
Reviews of purchase "North British", 32 Years Old, "Rare Auld", 1978, in gift box, 700 ml
Whiskey golden brown.
Whisky has a sweet taste with hints of honey, vanilla and oak, complemented by light shades of mint, banana and custard. Delicate, enveloping, sweet aftertaste reveals hints of spices, dark chocolate and mint.
Aromatic range of strong drink is woven from the nuances of lime liqueur, canned pineapple, fudge, banana, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Whiskey blends well with a cigar, coffee, great as a digestif.
Odnozernovoy whiskey North British 32 Years Old was distilled in August 1978 and aged in oak barrels under the number 38476 for 32 years. The drink was bottled in March 2011. In all there were 219 bottles, each of which has its unique serial number.
North British ("NB") - the distillery, in existence since 1885, which was founded by a team of entrepreneurs in Edinburgh. To date it is the only working distillery, remaining in the area. Most distilled and matured in the "NB" alcohol is supplied for the production of high quality blends such as the Famous Grouse, Chives Regal and J & B, etc. But, fortunately, a very small part of the production still goes to the creation of pure grain whiskey, which can only be found by independent merchants. Duncan Taylor has been producing "North British" in its line Collector grain whiskey "premium" class.
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.