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Whisky Reviews for Glen Keith 1992 TWC
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.25 points
- In the nose, of course, the sherry. But also wood notes and oak spice.
In the mouth, the malt is surprisingly sweet. Very sweet and syrupy. There is not much left of the wood. Clearly the sherry and the immense sweetness dominate here.
Only in the finish, then shows the oak again.
Already a really delicious malt. But I'm too sweet in the mouth and a bit too one-dimensional.
For the then issue price you could have bought but already. A whisky, if it's supposed to be sweet.
Nutty sherry. Crêpes with Grand Marnier and vanilla ice cream. Crème brûlée, baked banana, raspberry cake. Dry earth, wild mint. Cappuccino.
Oily and sweet. Caramel sauce, maple syrup. Roasted walnuts. Plum jam, dried slices of orange, a touch of cinnamon. Black tea with brown sugar.
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A very unusual experience, an interesting barrel, a great choice of a botler!
- Excellent filling, full-bodied, supple and extremely tasty.
- An exciting and very good Glen Keith.
The sherry keg has shifted the typically fresh-fruity character of the '90s bottlings that bourbon casks deliver to luscious sweet caramel notes and dried apricots, significantly warmer, yellow fruitiness.
A sweet, lush-rubens, delicious dessert whisky.