- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Celebrating 200 Years
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- 46.7 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 08 Jun 2018 7:34 pm by IsleofArrik
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Whisky Reviews for Bladnoch 10-year-old
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.87 points
- Caramel, honey, tropical fruit, peach in syrup, cinnamon, light pepper, nutmeg, cotton candy and marzipan.
- One of the dullest bladnochs I've had so far, little paint, poor value for money.
Bottle has just opened hopefully it gets Better.
Lightly fruity oranges slightly spicy
Dry licorice nutmeg floral sour macaroons
Medium long And dry
- Sweet and spicy.
Sweet grassy notes with delicte floral aromas. Spicy oak and vanilla hints of citrus and orange.
Spicy and sweet oak with citrus notes and ints of coconut, ginger vanilla and gooseberries.
Middlelong. Clean and sweet, spicy citrus,crisp and refreshing.
- I found this too sour and citrussy, at least for my liking.
The first impression is sour, and not that pleasant. It reminds me of the smell of old sweat socks. Then orange peel, kaki fruits geel fruit kaki fruits and young rum. Gets better. More red fruits follow, with red berry juice and fresh tangerine parts.
Sharp, earthy, and many citrus fruits, in particular oranges. Lemon juice, more lemon juice (it definitely needs water, although the strength is not that high). Lime skin, dry sand, lemon sweets and limoncello.
- The nose is great, typical Lowlander. The rest is quite demanding. On the one hand nice that it was not a fruity vanilla bomb, but that's a rather bulky matter. Nevertheless, clearly identify as Bladnoch.
Light fruits, grass, citrus, some vanilla and a slightly musty oak. In sum, a nice Lowlander nose.
surprisingly strong, bulky, very dry, oak, citrus, almost bitter.
Tart, oak and lots of citrus, grapefruit, bitterness. Much of it, like a whole handful of citrus peel.
- Easy to drink, young bourbon Bladnoch. 82/83.
Floral. Honey, vanilla, citruses, plum palinka and cereal flakes.
Powerful. Vanilla, oak, pepper, waxy fruits and honey.
Medium length, spicy, bittersweet.
sweet, cereal, vanilla, and very strong plum. You think you have a plum brandy. I did not have that so far.
sweet, not aggressive, round. The alcohol is well integrated. Then something bitter on the tongue. Very easy to feel the oak. Here comes the plum again, though not as strong as in the nose. But you have the impression of drinking a whisky Obstler.
long finish. This sweet bitterness remains on the tongue. Feeling very little of the oak flavor. Astringent. A musty note to the end.
In conclusion: tastes like licked on the bitter damp musty oak barrel in which previously plum brandy was in it.