Dram of the Day: Rare Auld Cragganmore

Dram of the Day:
Rare Auld Cragganmore 1985 25YO Cask 2406
Built in 1869 by John Smith one of the most experienced distillers of his time. Not much has changed since then but he got it right so why change!

Tasting Notes:
Colour: Amber
Nose: Oranges, honey, rosemary and fennel, pink shrimp sweets. Touch of menthol with cardamon and heather.
Taste: Warm, hints of cinnamon and liquorice. Some honey notes and then aniseed. Bananas and vanilla pods appear.
Finish: Herbal, grassy and thick toffee notes and faint menthol notes
Comment: Classic aged Cragganmore – lets have some more please!


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