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Whisky Reviews for Benrinnes 2009 LsD
3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.25 points
- A typical wine barrel maturation. The often described light pepperiness or the ginger I can find, the "orange" with "sweet" not. I can confirm the "very dry-bitter" finish again. A malt for lovers of dry-white white and rosé wines.
The first encounter with a 2cl sample from the Premium Snifter brings a pleasantly light-fruited-vinous nose with some stone fruit (semi-ripe peaches) and slightly cooling alcohol. The color shows a bright, going to Röstlichrote orange, the rosé wine barrel is not to be overlooked and the harsh wine flavor (Schilcher) not to be overstruck.
Also in the mouth comes the Benrinnes vinous-strong, slightly sour, tingling, the Käserindennote is also present. This is joined by some ripe pear.
The finale is medium long and is complemented by (just) not too strong oak bitterness in the flavors that have shown on the palate.
- I enjoy this juicy whisky from the wine barrel, I tasted the sample imported from the whisky festival in Radebeul.
Oatmeal, raspberries, sour apricots, pepper, nuts and malt. The smell is fresh and strangely dull. (84 b)
Taste is very nice and at the same time distinctive. Juicy acidity, red wine. At the same time, the taste is peppery, distinctive and spicy. It then dries in the flavor. (87 b)