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Whisky Reviews for Mc Warrior Single Malt Scotch Whisky HoMc
8 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.29 points
- Sample of Still bulls #2 November 2021.
Gold-coloured, ~ 45 euros.
Very fruity nose, slightly dull in the mouth (43%),
Orange, slightly nutty, green apple,
Lemon, caramel, nutty, coffee with milk,
Medium-long, vanilla, coffee, nutty, very peppery ending
- Could indeed well be a young-ish Tamdhu. Reminds me of the Glengoyne Legacy Chapter One, style-wise. Juicy, accessible, refill-oriented. A (very) good and affordable sipper.
- Full review here:
- WhiskyFun.com Review by Serge Valentin:
McWarrior (43.5%, House of McCallum, 2018) Four stars
An NAS undisclosed single malt finished in PX. This baby’s really ticking all boxes ;-) but you just never know… And the price is relatively fair.
If you don’t like this, you don’t like whisky at all. There.
SGP:551 - 87 points (yes, for an NAS undisclosed single malt finished in PX, and yes, Serge at the keyboard, not my little nephew or the cat).
no bursts of raisins and cherry stems, rather some balanced cake-y development, with fruit cakes (the forbidden descriptor), panettone, and well, some raisins too, actually. Some sides remind me of that very unostentatious Speyside distillery bearing a name that starts with an M and that now specialises in wonderful crystal decanters (with stunning minimalist, quasi-organic designs).
a little mindboggling, for it’s way more to my liking than I had thought. Awesome old-school sherry goodness, raisins, dried figs, honey, cinnamon rolls, maple syrup, elderflower syrup, malt bars…
medium, just a tad more grapey. Goji berries.
- Good value for the money. Not a sherry bomb but subtle and delicate. Probably a mid-aged Tamdhu.