In the nose, directly bursting fruits unfold. A large, filled fruit basket with apricots, peaches, honeydew melon, kiwi, papaya and much more.
With some time, an even more pronounced honey-sweetness and even more fruit becomes apparent. The alcohol is very well integrated and virtually non-existent, no wood and no notes.
In the mouth unfolds all the flavors that have been announced in the nose. A bulging fruit basket, sweet and juicy. The alcohol is barely noticeable and wood is only discreetly available in the background. Overall, the whisky is very creamy and goes down like oil. Very tasty, very sweet, very fruity.
The finish is long, fruity and sweet. Here, minutes later, you still have the plump fruit basket in front of you.
Conclusion: 96/100 points - "exceptional fruit bomb". Wow, this glenturret is a poem of a whisky. He kills one with fruit and sweetness. The 44.6% are the perfect alcohol and barely perceptible. He goes creamy and mouth filling extremely harmoniously down the neck. One would like to take another sip. Very tasty, sweet and incomparably fruity. The whisky receives from me 94 points + 2 special points because of the unbeatable PLV of about 160 €. As a result, it takes place in the circle of 96-100 points whiskys - where he also belongs in my opinion.
Who can get a bottle should definitely strike! Unfortunately, he is due to my indirect recommendation by the punctuation in the whisky base, as well as the announcement of "special Notes" tonight already completely sold out.
Link to my blog with tasting video:
For the first time, I made a video of my notes comparing the Glenturret with the 21-year-old 1973 Bowmore.
Have fun watching. I am looking forward to your feedback!
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