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Whisky Reviews for Glenburgie 21-year-old GM
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.50 points
- N21 P21 F21 B22
- Nose 21, taste 21, finish 22, balance 21
N: A sweet malt with yeasty soft aromatic curry spices.
T&F: Same on the palate, with a decent length on form.
C: Very decent.
Scores a B
- Bottler's tasting notes:
Aroma: Notes of brown sugar covered stewed raisins mingle with hints of roasted hazelnuts. Delicate floral aromas are complemented by sweet vanilla and freshly cut dry hay.
Taste: Full and fruity; stewed apple, cinnamon, and clove flavours come to the fore initially. Ripe summer berries emerge and combine with fresh mint highlights and refined toasted malt undertones.
Finish: Long with lingering charred oak and a subtle herbal undertone.
- Seems a bit immature for a 21-year-old whisky, but overall it's not bad. The price-performance ratio is not good.
fresh, citrus, roasted hazelnuts, freshly beaten wood, vanilla
sweet, dates, amazingly peppery, citrus, some oak comes at the very end
medium long, dates sweetness remains, somewhat astringent (oak)