One of the oldest bottlings every produced by Balblair distillery, this Highland single malt has been aged for 38 years in Spanish Oak Casks.
Released in 2004, this bottling was rare when it first hit the shelves, and has become rarer still since.
With such a long maturation, one would expect this whisky to be extremely complex, and so it proves. Balblair 1966 is a densely flavoured dram, with notes of dried fruits, cloves, anise, cinnamon and nutmeg, old oak, dark toffee, molasses, vanilla, dehydrated citrus, pressed flowers, salted caramel, and chocolate.
A remarkable whisky, one of the finest that Balblair have ever produced. The whisky is bottled at 44% ABV, with a full mouthfeel.
A once in a lifetime dram which, despite its age, retains the classic Balblair flavours of sharp citrus and warming spice.