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Whisky Reviews for Rìgh Seumas II - 2007 MM
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 83.32 points
- I find this whiskey surprisingly good for a blend from all regions of Scotland. sweetness predominates, and the shape of fruit. Great blend!
- A Nice blend!
- Very gentle blend, smooth and still pretty full bodied. Nice sweet and fruity notes, very enjoyable.
Tropical fruits, lots of vanilla, very friendly. Also some banana sweets ('bananen schuimpjes')
A very little pepper, pretty full body though. Very soft, smooth and friendly, tropical fruits, peach honey and vanilla.
A little more pickering now, sweet, honey and vanilla, some peach remains. Middle long finish.
- To make this blended Scotch whisky, we have vatted our majestic first batch of Rìgh Seumas I (pronounced ray shay-muss) with a sweet Speyside single malt from Glen Moray Distillery, matured in a first fill bourbon cask. Joining the line-up of malts, our Whisky Creations Team carefully selected a creamy single grain whisky from Girvan. At the heart of this powerful blend, inspired by Jim McEwan, is the spirit of Bruichladdich, along with mature malts from Arran, Tobermory, Auchentoshan and Rhosdhu, all matured in a fabulous Bordeaux red wine barrique. The arts of maturation and blending at their very best.
Nose: soft, sweet vanilla, tropical fruit
Palate: buttery, light fruits, oak spice
Finish: creamy, gently fades
Notes by Murray McDavid