Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Imperial Single Malt Scotch Whisky 1991 43%

Founded in 1897 by Thomas Mackenzie
Location Speyside region Central district Aberlour.
Water source The Ballintomb Burn.

Imperial Single Malt Scotch Whisky 1991 Tasting Notes
Distilled 1991. Bottled 2006 by Gordon & MacPhail.

Colour: Bright amber.

Nose: Sweet malt, toasted cereal. Green grass with fruit notes - red apple skins and cherries. Rich spices -traces of ginger.

Palate: Sweet and spicy - liquorice and aniseed. Toasted malt flavours develop with a peppery edge. Subtle mulled fruitiness.

With Water
Nose: Sweet chocolate, malty aromas. Spices - dusted fruit notes. Rounded

Palate: Aniseed and eucalyptus flavours. Strong grape/wine note - cognac like. Toasted malt element still present.

Body: Light, balanced.
Finish: Rich fruit with sweet malty note.
Cask Type: Sherry Butts and Refill American Bourbons.
Whisky Style: Subtle Speyside malt with clean flavours and aromas.

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Imperial Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a Medium to Full Whisky

Dried Fruits - Citric Fruits - Sherry Influence - Honey and Malty

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