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Whisky Reviews for Granville 1996 MBa
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.86 points
- For all who have not searched yet: it is most likely Clynelish... very good selection Martin, indeed...
- 22 23 23 22 90 - from the opening
22 23 22 23 90 - from casting
Very delicate Clay, it is necessary to be able to catch such a beautiful barrel. Mr. Martin knows how!
- Pleasant whisky, coolly packed flavor, perfectly suited.
A bunch of vanilla and sweet pastries, fruits and raisins, typical sherry nuances (dried mushrooms, marinade, stain ...), compote, juicy aroma, milk chocolate, milk iris, salty caramel, fragrant field herbs, leather furniture, sweetish tobacco sour, even good cognac showed, dried apricots, wax, citrus, light minerality.
Fruity, sourdough, dried apricots, honey, wax, dry, citrusy, mineral, unobtrusive meat phase at the end.
Sweetly fruity, tingling, honey, oak, citrus, wax, mineral, medium duration.
- Nose: citruses, waxes, lemon tart, toffee, slightly floral in the background, a bit sour
Taste: it strikes with delicacy, at the very beginning it seems almost watery and then it strikes, fruit - caramel apples, wood
finish: not very long, dry, coffee,
- In store sample blind.
Very nice classy and elegant malt. Not obviously clynelish to me, missing the big waxy notes, but regardless it’s very good and even has some old classy notes such as old antique chair, milk chocolate, hazelnut, a little polish even. Very nice indeed.
- Balance (22)
Nice, thick, dry and spicy ... the empty goblet smells like an extinguished match (90)
Prunes, toffee, spring freshness, plums, leather, nuts, old varnish on the table, citrus caramel in strong black tea, sour bread (23)
Peel, varnish, pepper, wood, caramel, salt (22)
Cherry, varnish, leather, vegetables, grass, dried fruits, grape seed and tobacco smoke (22)
- N22 P22 F23 B23
Great secret C-malt