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Whisky Reviews for Strathclyde 1987 WhB
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.11 points
- Extremely dominated by the rum finish, but then old notes of oak and in the whole with a metallic undertone; Great age, solid stuff!
Rum is full! Cane sugar, vanilla, cereals / grain, bamboo, grassy, oak and wet metal;
Rum is full! Coconut, more rum, light tropical fruits, cane sugar, "Windringerl", biscuit with sugar, grassy, slightly sour oak, rusty metal;
Sweet, grassy, rum full! Oak and wet (rusty) metal, medium length;
- It’s a good beverage but to me it’s more a rum than a whisky and I happen to be a whisky lover and not really a rum lover. Hence my lower rating. I would never buy a bottle of this.
- The best rum I've ever tasted. Oh, wait...
Makes me wonder what this one would have tasted like without the finish.
The rum has had a huge impact. Raisins like in malaga ice cream. Some baked apple and banana as well.
Rum raisins everywhere. Baked apple. Rather peppery as well. With water that diminishes, and then there's some caramel as well.
Rum raisin, baked apple and a little cocoa.