- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- 1st Fill Bourbon & Pedro Ximénez Sherry Casks
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 06 May 2018 12:15 pm by RR60
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49 × member ratings
62 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Glen Scotia Double Cask
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.00 points
- a good dram not "expensive" at all, with spices up, well-established woody, fruit well-compote, the malt that comes out, in short, a good time not to think too much!
- Dried fruit, toffee, spicy, lemon, pear, green apple, toast and barley.
- Peat, zesty citrus, green grass, barley malt. Finish is long, spicy and zesty.
sherry, spices, caramel, toasted malt
- Allright, but that's about it. Some chili cheese will enhance the caramel flavor, that's the interseting part
Briny, cabbage, fruity, slightly smokey, sherry with some vanillin
Fudge, spicy, sharp, caramel
Warming with caramel
- Still quite promising in the nose, it breaks down quite a bit on the tongue and on the finish. That's a pity.
Refreshing maritime nose. Mineral. Cut flowers, sweet raspberries, honey. In the background toffee sweets.
Cocoa and coffee beans, pepper, thyme, rosemary. Much less flowery and fruitier than the nose. Some dry old wood. Milk chocolate, toffee, honey. A touch of the mineral impression from the nose.
Rather short, while dry. It slips over your tongue pretty fast, leaving milk chocolate, coffee beans and mild pepper.
- Unfortunately not my taste!
The nose promises more than the taste gives.
- Resembles a fruit brandy! Not a typical Lowlander, in my opinion!
- Good intro mouth
Light sweetness and a grain of salt. Dried fruit, malt and sherry. Slightly perfumery. With the warm-up, slightly peat and fresh foliage are added. In the development of a little burning.
Slightly peat, malt, fruit. Light resin and a grain of salt.
In general, the continuation of taste. A bit short.
- malt, mixed fruits, strong enough! rather dry wood in return with vanilla!