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Overall rating
87.55/100
votes
72
Whiskybase ID
WB107380
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Single Cask Collection (SCC)
Vintage
10.05.2007
Bottled
21.12.2017
Stated Age
10 years old
Casktype
1st Fill Sherry Hogshead
Casknumber
900302
Number of bottles
237
Strength
55.0 % Vol.
Size
700 ml
Added on
05 feb 2018 3:15 pm by whiskyinstitut
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 189.00

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Whisky Reviews for Glentauchers 2007 SCC

19 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.55 points

  1. Prof_Dr_John scored this whisky 91 points Photo Moderator

    Just under 90 Euro for a 10 year old? Yes, considering what you get for it. The 12er Macallan, for example, stood at 90 euros a year ago. Total plague against this ... The Glentauchers offers everything your heart desires. A clear buy recommendation from me.
    • Nose
      Definitely more mature and complex than the 8th TWC. The 2 years more you notice clearly! The 8er is a bit "sprittiger" in the nose, the 10er clearly set and mature. Something spicier and chocolatier. The green banana and the lychee can be clearly perceived. But above all lies the deep-dark sherry with its dark aromas: pickled raisins, sweet dates, plum compote, dark chocolate, oranges, kräutrig-earthy notes.
    • Taste
      Bäääm! ... push the 55%! Krasser than the 58.4% at 8er! Hallelujah! Dark sherry, dark fruits, pickled raisins, sweet dates, plum compote, dark chocolate, oranges, herbal-earthy notes and a very well-integrated portion of seasoning from the Hogshead barrel. Jep - exactly my thing!
    • Finish
      Long lasting, pleasant mouthfeel, nothing is burning. Sweetness on the cheeks, dryness at the tip of the tongue. The sweetness is still very present, but is slowly accompanied by the spiciness and delicate bitterness of the wood. Very well matched, nothing fits here. Wonderful! For "only" 10 years a great bottling! B

  2. didi1893 scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    A dark and intense sherry monster. A slight youthful partly metallic note can be denied, otherwise I have nothing to expose to this bottling. The full sherry drone at its best ...

    23/22/22/22 (89P)
    • Nose
      Wonderfully intense and radiant amber glitters in the glass, on the glass wall sticks an oily streak ... Creamy and sweet caramel rises in the nose, milk chocolate and raisins melt into a wonderfully creamy melange, the alcohol is harmoniously integrated. Overripe bananas dissolve from mandarins and a hint of juicy orange, slightly musty and musty old wooden floorboards, light Kellermuff a'la board shed with clay soil. Subtle mint and a hint of menthol come to light, spicy wood tones mingle with chocolate and dates. Meadow herbs and hints of tropical fruits are minimal, the multi-layered nose leaves a lot of room for an interplay of different flavors and fragrances.
    • Taste
      Powerful and slightly astringent tart fruit flavors flow over the tongue, it reminds me a little of beet and cough syrup. Pepper and brine stick to the tongue and warm the tip of the tongue. The sharpness increases noticeably, gunpowder and black pepper now heat the tongue and the palate properly. Sweet fruit aromas and dark caramel dissolve from the dominant and sharp note, bittersweet and espresso play together. Slightly tart wood elements end in a touch of furniture polish and glaze. Spicy, the taste goes into the aftertaste.
    • Finish
      Peppery pungency and hints of furniture polish are still sticking to the tongue, cozy warmth floods the palate while tart and dark wood elements in espresso and dark chocolate end. Sweet fruit notes sparkle from time to time through the tart wood notes, long remains the voluminous resonance in memory.

  3. whiskyinstitut scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    The thing is really different. You expect a full Sherrybreitseite and you get that in part. However, you also get this wonderful banana note in the nose and the slight liveliness on the tongue, which is quite unusual for such dark things.
    • Nose
      Milk chocolate, raisins, slightly wet tobacco, banana milk, wet and slightly moldy wood, licorice, now I got it: banana split - that's exactly how it smells, the sherry notes are there, but the banana note determines the foreground, with time, a dark nuttiness is added
    • Taste
      Strong onset, lots of chocolate, again with this banana note, directly creamy, slightly sparkling effervescent powder, oak flavoring without bitterness
    • Finish
      Again dominant chocolate and a very catchy spice, very light acidity, long-lasting heat

  4. MickMatrix scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

  5. PuddingmitHaut did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    I always like it better with the fine roasted aromas. It's just a pity that the alcohol is not optimally integrated.
    • Nose
      The alcohol has a cooling effect on the nose. Dick Sherry. Syrupy dark with dried fruits, dark chocolate, forest honey, shoe polish, candied apple, dried herbs.
    • Taste
      The alcohol tickles something on the tongue. Again full of sherry. Dark fruits, tart, spicy with coffee and chocolate, then fruit and dark caramel again.
    • Finish
      Tart finish with fine coffee/tobacco roasted aromas.

  6. Issie did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    20.02.2022
    • Nose
      Leather, dark dried fruit, tobacco, shoe polish, dried herbs, nuts, cocoa powder, very dark chocolate, some wild berry jam, cinnamon
    • Taste
      Leather, wild berry jam, nuts, dried herbs, very light chocolate, coffee, wood

  7. g00se scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    Stammtisch Dram #3:
    Appears older than stated, only in the finish does a slightly artificial-metallic note reveal youth. Nice dark fruity and tart malt. So far, the white pepper has been popular with divers.
    • Nose
      89 89
      Sherrybröm with an alcoholic tinge.
      Old leather binding, leaves, chestnuts, dates and raisins. But everything with a rather bitter note.
      Nuts, plum jam and dried herbs are added to a drop of water.
      Develops beautifully with time in the glass.
    • Taste
      89 89
      Beautifully oily and pleasantly powerful start. The drop of water was good. Leather, chestnuts, forest honey, white pepper and raisins. Very salivating. Wild berry and sour cherry jam.
    • Finish
      87 87
      A slightly artificial and metallic note when swallowing. The fruity-tart aromas pull through beautifully. Roasted aromas remain.

  8. Totoro scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    [Blind tasting notes]

    Guess: Either pretty old or extremely generously sherried – I can't quite tell. Glendronach, Glenrothes? No idea. Super enjoyable though.
    • Nose
      88 88
      Shy initially. Develops on leather, blueberry jam, dark savory sauces, and musty dunnage / cellar aromas. A sherry bomb done right.
    • Taste
      87 87
      Very nice old Oloroso notes. Sweet, fruity, deeply sherried and obviously well-matured.
    • Finish
      87 87
      Coffee, chocolate, fig jam, and a streak of charcoal.

  9. Whisky Hamster scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    Got a bottle of this juice in my hand now to reconfirm my impressions over the years its been open. Oh boy, clearly overrated b/c of color. Does not lack sherry or power, but clearly finesse and balance. Good one to impress newbies but tiresome to the experienced kind imho. In hindsight a small mistake to buy a bottle, should've known. Well, that's life I guess... :-)

  10. Tom na Gruagaich scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    Somewhat dark and spicy on the nose, coffee with milk, rather closed and hesitant. Then in the mouth full tart, sweet sherry broadside. An intense young sherrymalt that brings together pepper, sweetness, sherry and tart oak. Delicious, but also a bit interchangeable.

  11. Cubey666 scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    cherries, chocolate, fiery, mocha. not too heavily over sherried!
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      86 86

  12. aspa scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    Even darker soup xD then comes the "dark black" SV edradour ...

    Neat sherry in the nose, what a surprise xD. Soft, you don't recognize the 10 years, I would have blindly guessed more. The first time I tried it right after pouring it out there was some smoke, now 10 minutes later it's gone.
    Tart and spicy than the linkwood, more wood, muff and chocolate. Heavy and sticky.
    The taste is the same and the finish, too, typical sherry and just delicious.
    At the very end a little pepper and tickle the edge of the tongue.

    N-86, T-86, F-85, total of 86 points
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      85 85

  13. napets scored this whisky 85 points Expert Junior

    From a blind tasting:

    The color is clearly an eye-catcher. :)
    A young, strong, partly impetuous sherry whisky, high percentage in the onset, with partly stronger peppery finish. I do not like it as good as yesterday's, because it has metallic notes that get stronger in the finish. It could be one of the many Highland distillates. Around the 10 years with a good 55% alcohol content.

  14. Dottore scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    BLIND TASTING
    N: Aged, slightly musty sherry, followed by minimal smoke, cocoa, walnut, cinnamon, caramel, grapefruit
    M: Creamy-sweet, vanilla, tobacco and leather notes, dark fruits, a whole spice cupboard flows from throat and mouth through my nose while exhaling. Fantastic
    A: long, sweet, old sherry, slightly musty,
    Conclusion: Great matured sherry whisky. Definitely older, or do my senses play a trick on me? 91 points
    Tip: I'm guessing an older Bunnahabhain, let's say about 27 years. Sherry Butt, 49%. From the flavor profile absolutely in my booty scheme!

    EDIT: wow, just 10 years, fantastic whisky and great PLV

  15. StyrianSpirit scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    A very fine bass strong Sherrymalt from the single cask. The relative youth is not a disadvantage, the Malt looks much more mature, set as he is. Young sherry barrel malts from the single barrel can be extremely good. That's one of the very good guys.
    • Nose
      90 90
      Oak espresso. Caramel. Dusty basement floor. A few blank cartridges. Something menthol fresh, sherry of course. The fruit is more like ripe apricot, well seasoned with wild herbs. Forest floor.
    • Taste
      92 92
      In the mouth, the malt is very strong, oak-accented, very light sulfur from the background, which immediately follows the sweetness, which is increasingly fruit gummy precipitates. Sherry, of course, all very strong, but not intrusive.
    • Finish
      90 90
      In the finish, the sweetness is over again, the oak comes back, is a bit bitter.

      With a few drops of water, the malt is a little more fruity in the nose, the Platzpatronenduft disappears, oak and herbs remain. On the palate, the gloss diver is pleasing, the Fruchtgummisüße increases, the oak remains discreetly in the background; also the finish becomes "friendlier", sweeter, rounder. You can not do it, you do not have to.

  16. RL_whisky scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      83 83
    • Finish
      88 88

  17. Jean Ginster scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      92 92
      I have added water, 55% is too strong for me.

      first sweet, then a bit sour. With a dash of banana, green banana. Great, I did not have that yet.
      Then comes the sherry, intense, with rum-raisins, but always slightly acidic. Dates, coffee, a floral herbal note. Like a sweet sour herbal schnapps.
      The alcohol is noticeable, but well integrated, he does not sting.
      Great nose, there is always something to discover, Very complex for his age.
    • Taste
      91 91
      Sweet start. Full-bodied. Round.
      Immediately an intense semi-dry sherry, with a subtle smoky touch. Whether it comes from the barrel?
      Dark chocolate with about 60% cocoa, espresso, rum raisins, dates, nut. Some banana. Brown sugar. Then the oak flavor, which is very pleasant, and tingles on the tongue.
      Slightly salty.
    • Finish
      90 90
      Medium to long. It remains a pleasant oak bitterness with dark chocolate in the mouth. Nut notes come from the throat. He is getting drier.

      The intense sherry character is preserved in the mouth for a very long time.

      An excellent smoker. I've found out that the Glen Dipper harmonizes well with Sherry.

  18. Sleinn nam Ffoh scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    The barrel was extremely active and created a wonderfully intense and tasty malt. PLV at 90 € is fully in order.
    • Nose
      Deep, dark sherry aromas, bittersweet, soy, rum, sweet raisins, beet compote, but also spicy and floral components, such as lavender and rose petals. Sometimes youthfulness with strong alcohol pressure.
    • Taste
      Intense firstfill character, soaked Rumtopffrüchte, dates, plums, sweet and full-bodied, spicy and slightly salty.
    • Finish
      Medium length, with fruit notes, sweetness, but also a pleasant oak bitterness. Slight dryness.

  19. Hvdree scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      87 87

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