In 2009 the new 18 Year Old hit the shelves, replacing the popular 15 Year Old. It is bottled at an ABV of 48%, similar to the Quarter Cask (while the 15 Year Old was bottled at 43%). Color-wise, they are… read more
In the sunlight, the 18 is reminiscent of liquid topaz – a brilliant yellow-gold; on the glass, it is the colour of honeycomb and captured sunlight.
Medium body (though I found this to be… read more
I can understand why those who coveted the 15 Year were a little disappointed by this. It's age reflects youth rather than refinement. Granted, it's not as powerful as it's youngest brothers, but it … read more
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