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Cutty Sark Imperial Kingdom commemorates the closure of the Imperial Distillery in 1998, which operated in Speyside from 1897 with long periods of closure. Sweet malt whisky from the closed distillery, along with Glenrothes, Macallan, Tamdhu and Glengoyne, is a main component of that expression, grain has been supplied by Invergordon and North British distilleries. F. Paul Pacult, publisher and editor of Sprit Journal, called Imperial Kingdom ‘the best whisky that Cutty Sark produces’. The brand was named after the Scottish clipper built in 1869 and towed into her final resting place in Greenwich, London in 1954. Cutty Sark has been sitting at dry dock for a public display.
Nose: floral and moderately spicy, bouquet of dried flowers, apples, bananas, roasted almonds, golden syrup, allspice, cloves, touch of leather and oak.
Palate: very smooth, buttered toast, baked apples and plums, honey, golden syrup, toffee, nougat, allspice, nutmeg, dash of pepper and touch of oak.
Finish: long and elegant, with notes of honey, raisins, cloves, nutmeg, pepper and oak.