Mortlach - 25 Year Old (1994) Gordon & MacPhail (Connoisseurs Choice)
Mortlach - 25 Year Old (1994) Gordon & MacPhail (Connoisseurs Choice)

Mortlach

25 Year Old (1994) Gordon & MacPhail (Connoisseurs Choice)

£215.00
70cl / 55.9%

Distilled at Mortlach distillery in 1994 and matured for 25 years in a first fill sherry butt before being bottled on the 28th of August 2020 by Gordon & MacPhail for their Connoisseurs Choice cask strength range. 

One of only 606 bottles.

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RegionSpeyside

Distillery StatusOperational

Bottles Produced606

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength55.9%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


Mortlach distillery is a distiller of Scotch whisky in Dufftown, Moray, Scotland. Founded in 1823, the distillery is currently owned by Diageo.  The whisky is a key component in several Johnnie Walker bottlings, while Diageo also markets four Mortlach single malts.

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