- Single Grain
- Hunter Hamilton (HH)
- Bottling serie
- The Clan Denny
- Stated Age
- 39 years old
- HH 2240
- 44.4 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 31 Jul 2009 6:07 pm
7 × in wishlist
24 × member ratings
22 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for North of Scotland 1966 HH
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.95 points
- Good grain with rich fruitiness and a few glue.
Citruses, tropical fruits, pina colada, vanilla, spicy oak and lacquered wood.
Refined, sweet, creamy and oily. Vanilla and lot of fruits, mostly peaches. Bergamot oil.
Long, dry, fruity.
- Clearly a first fill cask, fun but not very exciting to me. I have tasted some better grains in the past from the sixties, a 1965 Invergordon from Duncan Taylor is a fine example of it. However this grain has some nice accents on the nose.
Packed with vanilla, bourbon, matured, slightly warming spicyness, it's more a well aged ordinary bourbon then a grain, wood shavings, tropical fruit
Very gentle, sweet with again vanilla with a huge amount of fruit but very monotone
Dry, spicy with a hint of fruit
- Tasted with Aby and JJ.
Sample from www.whiskysample.nl
Coconuts, pencil shavings and some floral notes. Polish, yellow summer fruits, spices and meaty - cloves.
Cherries, vanilla and polish. Creamy, grains and peach.
Some syrup, mint and chocolate.