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Whisky Reviews for Orkney 2004 SE
13 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.23 points
- Alcohol and sherry clearly smell, but the HP character comes through. In the taste the PX sweetness clearly noticeable, alcohol well integrated. Finish long and sweet. That's how Sherry-HPs tasted years ago-a compliment
- Nose: some lubricants, strong sherry notes, some snuff
Taste: Light spice in the background, of course a lot of sherry with spices. The whole taste is nicely balanced. Pretty strong aroma
Rating: 89 100 Quite long ending with strong aroma and spices. Good whisky Definitely a whisky for lovers of sherry.
- Aroma: bright sherry, malt, raisins, dates, figs are felt ... Let stand for about 15 minutes ... The pressure of sherry goes away and the character of CP in sherry appears ... spirituality, polish, light haze and sea pebbles ... Sherry crushed heather HP (Added a drop of water: all the same, delicate sherry, a slightly smoked flavor came ...
Taste: good! sweet figs, dried dates, aged tobacco leaf, leather ...
Finish: long enough, with pepper and salt
Definitely will go to all lovers of sherry.
- The sherry is really overpowering here but I guess this is the whole purpose of that bottling, nice if you like sherry bombs
- Very strong representative of the sherry faction, with a slight tendency to sulfur notes. If this does not bother you, this is the place for you.
Strong sherry, at times the alcohol in the nose, raisins, dark berry compote, wet matches, malt
Strong onset, chili and sweetness, raisins and plums, a little sulfur.
Middle and warm. Dried fruits, raisins, prunes, turns into grape-dark chocolate.
Strong sherry / rum fragrance, distinguished middle-aged man's woolen coat after a warm spring shower, very round, also strong, with closer smelling alcoholic note. This is what a Highland Park has to smell like.
Stay a long time in the sherry taste, Sherry Sweet, smoke very embedded, more in the background. Like Swiss Cigarillo (crooked dogs, Switzerland). Pastries, Christmas biscuit (not cute).
Like a HP from 6 years ago, how he should taste.
Long, warm finish. A bit biting, but very much taste. Hardly bitter, long sweetie.
- It's tasty, but does not knock me off the stool. I would not swap for a bottle of Aberlour a'bunadh (and therefore not spend 100 € for).
pure: velvety-spicy, sugary-burnt, somewhat raisin and dried fig, maybe speculoos (nice, but not inspiring); with water: slight smell of stable and tobacco comes to it
spicy (pepper, nutmeg, allspice), dried fruits, speculaas, chopped wholemeal bread
the spicy (pepper, nutmeg, allspice) is still something, in addition to milk chocolate, some charcoal and a hint of sweet and sour (sugar beet syrup?) And tobacco
- Nose: light sulfur, fresh malt, muesli with red fruits (cranberry), subtle warming smoke, heavy and spicy-sweet like a slightly peppery red wine.
Taste: it has Wums, really peppery, lots of malt, chocolate with Chilli (really hot), cranberry and cherry, the Departure begins with red hot spices and is then sweeter and sweetened and even your slight smoke. The chili-sharpness with subtle woody notes is always there and lingers for a long time in the throat.
Violent but interesting drop with some fierce taste tips but too little depth.
- There is not enough flavor for me. What comes is delicious and fitting, but I expect more from a cask strength with so much sherry contact.
Sulfur, malt, juicy red fruits (sour cherries, plums), slightly red wine acidity, marshmallows from the campfire. Hard to describe, there is something "warm" fruity-spicy (it is probably tobacco, no idea), chocolate
With water: nice malt, "Kellogg's Smacks"
Hui, he has bums! Pepper, dark fruits, malt coffee, chocolate kola (the red one), sugar beet syrup, but really much does not come ...
With water: Honey, now finally some oak