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Miltonduff whisky reviews

Milton-duff Glenlivet 12 yo (43%, OB, Ballentine’s, 75cl) – 75/100

Miltonduff 37 yo 1971 (40%, Duncan Taylor Lonach 2008) – 92/100

Miltonduff 30 yo 1980 (44,5%, A.D. Rattray 2011, bourbon hogshead #12427, 240 btl.) – 88/100

Miltonduff 30 yo 1980 (44,7%, Malts of Scotland 2011, bourbon hogshead #12429, 259 btl.) – 89/100

Miltonduff 30 yo 1980 (46%, Mo Òr Collection 2010, bourbon hogshead #12431, 321 btl.) – 90/100

Miltonduff 30 yo 1982 (50,1%, The Whisky Agency ‘Faces’ 2013, refill bourbon hogshead, 269 btl.) – 84/100

Miltonduff 17 yo 1995 (56,8%, Malts of Scotland 2012, bourbon hogshead, MoS 12033, 192 btl.) – 84/100

Miltonduff 7 yo 2005 (46%, Douglas Laing McGibbon’s Provenance 2012, sherry butt, ref. 9239) – 84/100

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  • WhiskyNotes: It says 'single cask Scotch whisky' on the label, so yes, technically it can even contain a bit of Girvan grain. Not that it matters a lot though.
  • kallaskander: Hi there, could be a teaspooned blenders cask... technically not a single malt then.... that seems more probable than letting an IB bring out the fir
  • Glenn Vanbellingen: If you put the 12 y origin at 40% head to head with the 12 y origin 46% you see it immediately or better you taste it immediately.

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1579 notes by Ruben

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