This excellent Glen Keith 24 Year Old was distilled in Speyside in 1991 before being matured in an ex-bourbon barrel and then bottled at cask strength in 2016 by The Whisky Cask. A rare and intriguing expression.
Glen Keith 24 Year Old (The Whisky Cask, 1991)
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