Linkwood 30 Year Old 1984 vintage Speyside single malt Scotch whisky. Singe cask hogshead #8250 bottled March 2014 by Douglas Laing & Co. for the Director's Cut series. 69 numbered bottles.
Nose: Still fresh, citric sweet & fragrant for its age - carrying a spiced caramelised peaches style.
Palate: Opens sweet & now spicy – richly vanilla’d + some oak and a chewy malt quality.
Finish: Long & velvety – still nicely spiced - runs drier to charred oak + orange marmalade.
Linkwood Single Malt Whisky
Linkwood Distillery was established in 1821 by Peter Brown in the Speyside whisky region. This is a malt whisky distillery equipped with six stills and whilst a large percentage of Linkwood whisky flows into blends an increasing volume is appearing as single malt whisky. There are some excellent independent releases including vintages such as Linkwood 1969 and Linkwood 1972 from Gordon & MacPhail.