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Whisky Reviews for Speyside Distillery 1993 MoS
3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.27 points
- I really have no idea what you guys are smokin, but that's a damn good bottling. I don't know what you expected...
- Speyside 15yo 1993 (61,7%, Malts of Scotland 2009, sherry cask #636, 180 btl.)
Nose: quite tingling (well, not surprising at this strength). Hints of rum raisin (molasses, very dark raisins) and natural caramel. Cereals. Toasted bread. Plums. With water, notes of red berry jam emerge. Mouth: sweet, almost sugarish. Plums again, a little pepper. Slightly grainy, hot and not very expressive. Water doesn’t help much, I’m afraid, it stays rather flat. Finish: plums, malt, caramel. Another variation on the same theme. Still hot, even with water. Lots of camomile tea in the end.
This Speyside is quite alcoholic, rather closed and it doesn’t open up with water. Basically it displays the same aromas from the beginning until the end. It’s going in the right direction, but there’s not enough depth for me. Around € 70.
- Good single malt from a distillery, which usually produces a more average quality.
Tingling. sherry, wet bark, chocolate almonds and strong coffee.
Bold and oily. Oak, coffee, pepper and sherry. Quite simple.
Long, coffeeish and dry. Warms from deep in side.