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2003 Macphails Collection Glen Elgin 9 year old
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$44.99
750ml Bottle
$256.44
Case of 6
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Item #49111
Size: 750ml
Type: Scotch
Varietal: Single Malt
Country: Scotland
Region: Speyside
Proof: 92

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Do not pass up! June 08, 2013
Reviewed by: Single Malt Shopper

Unchillfiltered, cask strength, and no E150a.! This trifecta at under $50 was enough to peak my interest. This is a buttered chocolate toffee monster (if there is such a thing) . The nose and the palate provide a thunderclap of quality toffee with supporting fruity notes. After 20 minutes with a teaspoon of water, a soft sour note of lemon rind tells you this is no one trick pony. The finish is not big (as you expect with a young whisky) but it keeps you wanting another dram. Fantastic!

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