Archive MORTLACH 31 ans 1987 Sherry Hogshead G&M

MORTLACH 31 ans 1987 Sherry Hogshead G&M 54%

Single Malt Whisky, Scotland / Speyside, 70cl, Ref: 55515

Ce Mortlach 31 ans, distillé en 1987, a vieilli en fût de Sherry Hogshead avant d'être embouteillé par Gordon & MacPhail dans la gamme Connoisseur Choice Upper, à 54 degrés. Ce riche single malt méle agréablement les notes de bois précieux, de pruneaux et de rancio. D'une belle intensité. De toutes les gammes de négoce existantes, celle de Connoisseurs Choice est sans doute la plus ancienne. Revue et modfiée plusieurs fois depuis sa création, cette gamme sait préserver toute sa qualité et son essence. Les single malts de Connoisseurs Choice invitent les amateurs à découvrir des expressions singulières des plus belles distilleries d'Ecosses, à travers différents degrés, affinages, années, et profils. Connoisseurs Choice Upper célèbre le cinquantième anniversaire de la gamme avec de sublimes expressions sélectionnées avec soin.

Profil :Riche, intense. Bois précieux, pruneaux, rancio.

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Founded in 1823, Mortlach is allegedly built on the site of a former illicit distillery. It was one of the rare distilleries allowed to produce alcohol during the second world war, right up until 1944. Using partial triple distillation and a traditional “worm tube” condensation system – also used by Talisker and Edradour – Mortlach produces a very delicate distillate. As is the case with many of the distilleries owned by the Diageo group, very few official bottlings of the malt exist outside of the Flora & Fauna and Rare Malts ranges released in the 1990s.

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This independent bottler is without a doubt one of the most highly acclaimed in Scotland. It stands out, not for its age (though it is the oldest independent bottler in Scotland), but for its complete mastery of cask ageing. Gordon & MacPhail is the only bottler to have its own casks - carefully chosen for the purpose - filled by the distilleries themselves, instead of simply buying the ones suggested to them by the latter. This allows it to determine, in advance and with great precision, exactly how many years a whisky will need to reach ideal maturation.

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The partnership between La Maison du Whisky and this malt specialist goes back to the early seventies. Initially La Maison du Whisky sold Gordon & MacPhail’s great classics. In the 1990s LDMW established its own cellars and launched a new collection called simply ‘Single Cask’. Every single malt in this range undergoes a rigorous selection process from a large number of samples. As its name suggests, Single Cask consists exclusively of single malts from a single cask that has been bottled without chill filtering. It is thus a separate range in its own right, and is presented in a special bottle selected by La Maison du Whisky with a label adapted from an existing Gordon & MacPhail model.

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