- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- 2019 Release
- 1st Fill Ex-Bourbon + Virgin Oak Finish
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 500 ml
- Added on
- 24 Mar 2019 6:14 pm by ctu
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Whisky Reviews for 1770 Glasgow Single Malt
8 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.95 points
- Suprisingly good for a first release, though they spiced it up a bit with the Virgin Oak finish...
Nose with vanilla, green apple and some sweetness, honey like
Palate features oak, some barley and malt, less fruity. alcoholic nature
Finish is quite long and dry. No metallic taste as is some other younger ones
- Very fresh whisky! Light, grassy and floral, light fruits, some vanilla. In the taste also some caramel.
It doesn't have a quite long finish, but for such a young whisky it's surprisingly good and mature already.
Certainly interesting, and nice having tasted this one.
- a solid malt with potential
He did not blow me away but that can become something with the distillery
Malt, sweetness, banana, light oak, fresh / green, sweet pastries, vanilla comes and gets stronger, caramel easily comes
later red berry, some cherry and biscuit waffles
the alcohol is pricking and could be better integrated
full and strong on the palate
spicy, bitter, light oak, tart, dark, dark red fruit (towards forest fruit), minimal smoke
medium to long
Oak and bitter will come more, easily vanilla and caramel
- young, but with potential, the fresh oak bothers more than it brings.
Sweetish, fruity, slightly youthful, vanilla, noticeable citrus notes, some sawdust of the new oak.
Mouth: slightly alcoholic, but very grassy and beautiful fruit notes.
herbaceous, cactus, grassy, the fresh oak brings more sawdust than spices.
- Decent level entry malt. At a maximum this is 4 years old and for that, it’s rather interesting already!
Solventy notes at first, then quickly dissipating into custardy apples and ripe pears. A faint banana is indicating youth. There is also a mix of saw dust, honey, and white grapes.
Pretty straight forward. Vanilla cream with caramel syrup, a rather active concoction of oak, mild banana bread, and Riesling. It’s drying a bit, and the alcohol is carrying the flavor nicely into the finish.
Medium. Sweet and creamy, with grape juice and steamed oranges.
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