- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Single Cask
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- Re-charred Bourbon Hogshead
- Number of bottles
- 53.9 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 15 Jun 2018 11:08 am by wcotting
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28 × member ratings
84 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Hazelburn 10-year-old
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.80 points
- needs time but this is a very classy and under rated expression. I think better than the rundlets expression. very fruity and floral, lots of marzipan and citrus. some nice spice from the re-charred cask that hits of smoke. drying in the finish in a moreish way. When I see this bottle at a reasonable price I have to buy it
- Strange, but nothing surpasses the 10yo regular season at a fortress of 46%. That sample is more honeyed and, frankly, I liked even more. This molt is more floral, light. For that kind of money, I do not understand! I love Springbank very much, in particular, Hazelburn, but it seems that the cost has forced the first tasters to put high marks (WB> 89), while the followers simply did not have the courage for objectivity! :)
Clean, transparent, bourbon profile, malt, lollipops, flower honey, sweet flowers, cardboard. Further in development, salt, fresh lemon juice, minerality, a slightly dusty library, fresh hay, juicy summer greens, creamy and milky shades skip through the sweetness of the phantom. Beautiful, but the mouth lacks depth.
Dense, juicy, bright sweet wood, herbs, fresh green apple. You can search for something else, but it will be false.
The finish is medium, repeating taste, sweet, woody and herbal. Nothing remarkable.
- It's different and definitely a bit difficult, but it has something. A very interesting malt, where I think he will not taste everyone.
First, a lot of bourbon and popcorn notes, then very citrusy, lemon zest, mineral, malty, some metal buckets as I often see it at Hazelburn, after the first sip comes to sour forest soil, some marzipan
Creamy, mineral, nice print, marzipan, a lot of warmth, strong oak, slightly chocolaty
Slightly bitter but then directly mineral and citrusy, the heat clings already firm