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Whisky Reviews for Blair Athol 2007
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.52 points
- A real powerhouse, very intense whisky. With some alcohol bitterness, but actually not disturbing at all. A lot of fruitiness, less floral as I use to encounter in a Blair Athol, but very pleasant.
Some fruitiness, citrus, vanilla now some, some floral notes, vegetal, plants.
Strong, very intense, fruity, citrus, some floral notes, and also some alcohol bitterness.
Now much smoother, yet some pickering. Sweet and fruits, orange, some honey. Pretty long, with again some alcohol bitterness.
- Aroma: fairly discreet, citrus candy, apple juice concentrate, vanilla, apple cider vinegar, apricot jam, dusty sacking, wet dog hair (!), A hint of minerals, salt.
Taste: hot red pepper, apple peel, bitterness from citrus peel, almond nut, fruit caramel, spices, rather dry.
Finish: decaying spices, herbal bitter tincture, apple juice, dried apple bone, of medium length.
The result: a pleasant young molt, very bright and fruity with an abundance of red pepper and spices.
- Specifically, this malt. He invited me to play with water. When it got cloudy, I even found it delicious. I like the Blair Athol distillery and have a whisky in the glass that is a little out of line. Not a must have but not at all unrelenting.
Malt, straw, citrus;
I only really like it after adding water, cereals and nuts, some honey
malty, dark fruits
- Nose: sweet, perfume, leather, pears, wood smoke. Mouth: dryness, pepper, apples, oak. Finish: long, spicy, apples, pears. It’s a strong, sweet and easy drinkable whisky with pear-apple notes.