Overall rating
Whiskybase ID
Single Malt
Anam na h-Alba (ANHA)
Bottling serie
The Soul of Scotland
Calculated age
06 years old
Bourbon Cask
Number of bottles
59.0 % Vol.
700 ml
Added on
13 apr 2018 6:38 pm by mds51
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky
Overall rating

Average value

€ 86.25

Whisky reviews for Mysterious Morticia 2011 ANHA

7 users have left 7 reviews for this whisky. Average rating is 88.09 points.

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  1. didi1893 scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    Despite its youth and its high percentage of alcohol, the Mysterious Morticia but extremely creamy and velvety. The sweet base note gives this malt a certain elegance and "sweetness" at the same time, with the smoke and peat always showing powerful. A great drop, the only criticism is the price for me. 85 € for a 6-year-old "no-name-whisky" I find quite ambitious (even if it tastes really delicious!)
    • Nose
      Creamy, slightly sweet peat auspiciously rises from the glass. Stick to the glass wall syrupy and oily drops which run back into the glass relatively quickly. A velvety fruit note dissolves from the voluminous and slightly mineral peat, caramel and malt combine with a hint of peach and apricot. Slightly floral and grassy hints follow, with minimal nougat and milk chocolate. The alcohol is very harmonious involved despite 59%, slowly dissolves a slightly greasy note from the now earthy peat note. A touch of salt and sea breeze comes to the fore, then dominates again the creamy and velvety base note of Mysterious Morticia. Again, velvety peach and sweet chocolate come to the fore, a touch of vanilla ends in slightly burnt sugar.
    • Taste
      Earthy and slightly smoky, a peat cloud spreads on the palate at the first sip. Woody, slightly tart spiciness envelops the tongue and dresses the entire palate. Mineral peat and a subtle hint of smoke mingle, creating a slightly greasy and creamy mouthfeel. Walnuts and tart wood elements flash out and leave the well-known creamy aroma on the palate. The initially restrained smoke becomes more dominant over time, but a fruity sweetness dominates the whole taste.
    • Finish
      Slowly, the peat aroma is smoky and mineral again. The sweet fruit flavors I hardly find in the end, creamy wood elements and some old walnut flavor can be hoping for the next sip. Creamy and velvety with a now sweet smoky note, the aftertaste sounds slow and leaves behind the smoke aromas wonderfully creamy wood elements, dark fruit flavors and sweet sugar on the tongue.

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