I had already tasted a Glen Mhor before but being a rare whisky which distillery was closed on 1983 and not being as famous as Port Ellen it is a rare occasion to find a bottle of it.
“Deliciously floral single malt whisky from this lost distillery. A tragic loss with hints of candies and spices. *sniff* *sniff*”
This dram has a gold-like color.
Nose (90): more than average. floral, spices, candies, wood, citrus.
Palate (91): powerful, oily. honey, floral, citrus, spices, pepper, vanilla.
Finish (90): longer than average. honey, floral, spices.So based on other whiskies I have already tasted I rate this Glen Mhor 1982 / 30 Year Old / Cask #1606 / Signatory Speyside Whisky with 90 points over 100.
A real privilege to taste this dram… and also a great whisky.