This Adelphi Glenturret was distilled in 1988 and bottled in 2014 from an American oak ex-bourbon hogshead which produced 248 bottles.
**Please note there are no labels on the front of the these boxes**
|Adelphi: Vivid butterscotch to start, fading through mild cheese, possibly cheese cloth or an old dairy, then eucalyptus and sandalwood. Very old fashioned. Dampness in a traditional dunnage maturation warehouse (full of old sherry butts). Hessian coal sacks.|
|Adelphi: Very sweet to start, drying with more hessian and a mouth cooling eucalyptus. Water emphasises cream cheese and old warehouses - an increasingly old fashioned style of whisky. The hessian is now soaked in old whisky, more like bung cloth.|
|Adelphi: Sweet to start, then distinctly savoury - the elusive Umami? A remarkable rare old whisky.|