This Miltonduff 22 Year Old is a single cask whisky that was matured in an ex-bourbon barrel before being bottled at cask strength by Liquid Treasures. It is well balanced with rounded edges. A smooth and highly enjoyable dram.
Miltonduff 22 Year Old (Liquid Treasures, 1995)
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