One of the oldest bottles available from the Midleton Distillery. Rather than being a blend of malt and grain whiskey of the same age, this Old Midleton 35 Year Old was blended together at inception and laid down in a specially chosen barrel in 1967. As such it is an excessively rare version of fine Midleton stock and this particular bottle is numbered 12 of only 282 bottles.
It was bottled specially for The Whiskey Exchange and www.potstill.com and despite its long time in the barrel maintains a delicate complexity to its flavours. On the nose one can expect light oak and butterscotch; fresh pears and toffee on the palate, giving way to a long and gently oaky finish.