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Old Fettercairn 10 Years Old

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Brand: Old Fettercairn Distillery / Type: Whisky

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      23.04.2001 20:15
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      If, as I do, you prefer your whisky to have a gentle peaty taste, you could do no worse than to try a dram from the Old Fettercairn distillery, Kincardineshire. Whyte and Macakay now own this distillery. Old Fettercairn 10 Year Old (40%) is a quite dry and slightly spicy whisky. It has a pale gold colour and goes down very smoothly indeed. However, an even better whisky is their Old Fettercairn 1980 (43%). This is a darker, deeper whisky and is slightly peatier. It is richer but still has a slightly spicy finish. I have not found this whisky to be generally available but for those of you who live in West Yorkshire, the cheese shop in Brighouse stocks this whisky, along with a fantastic selection of other malt whiskies. As you can tell, I am by no means a connoisseur and so my descriptions are somewhat lacking. I would be very interested in any comments that anyone has to make – have you tried Old Fettercairn before and do you have any others that you would highly recommend? http://www.whiskyweb.com/maltfile/cgi/distillery_search.cgi?98


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    • Product Details

      ABV:40 Dry, smooth with good body. Subtle smoky finish

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