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Millburn 13yr old Cadenhead

 
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 2:46 pm    Post subject: Millburn 13yr old Cadenhead Reply with quote

I've had this bottle in my collection for several years along with another Millburn, a 26yr old Cadenhead.
Sadly this distillery is long gone Sad


Millburn 13 year old Cadenhead

Distilled: 10/83
Bottled: 09/97
Oak casked
58.8 alc/vol

Color: Bright gold

Nose: Cadenhead discribes it as "Peaches and cream", I think they just added a few letters to the word of "Peat". The peat just oozes out of this bottle!
I had to keep looking at the bottle, "this is a Highland"??

Palate: Creamy peat and sweet vanilla. Actually boatloads of peat, reminds me alot like Bruichladdie's 3D - Moine Mhor.

Finish: Dry, peaty bonfires that smolder away slowly. Simply yummy!


WoW! I love peaty whiskys and this one is no exception. Even though the discription of peat may make you think it's an Islay style
it's really not as it just doesn't have that Islay "feel" about it. It's truely a Highland of that like the heavily peated Benriach only sweeter.

8.8~9.0



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great notes, now to find a bottle to try Beer
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 3:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Barry wrote:
Great notes, now to find a bottle to try Beer


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