- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 15 years old
- Oloroso & PX Sherry Hogsheads & Puncheons
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- L 16 08 19
- Added on
- 19 Sep 2019 5:28 pm by Malzbrenner
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Whisky Reviews for Glenallachie 15-year-old
48 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.50 points
- The Glenallachie 15 that I tried has the barcode: 5060568320960
5cl sample. The nose is not mine. The taste is much better. I don't really need a whole bottle :)
Gin? The first time I smell it, I have an extremely strong note of juniper berries in my nose that I only know from gin. Then comes shower, glue, pineapple, citrus and a light vanilla bean
Spicy and sweet with nuts, caramel, chocolate sauce, light wood and cloves. Rather on the spicy side.
Medium length, sugar-cinnamon, slightly dry oak at the end
- Dutch whisky forum virtual blind tasting 11 Sample 1.
A sweet, fruity, easy going, friendly and appealing whisky. Possibly an ideal daily sipper. There's pretty complex flavours, but it's all so friendly, I'd almost wish for a bit more of a challenge. Scores around 86-87 points (based on the initial dram).
Retasted it just now and it seems a little flatter and sharper in the finish. Still very tasty and pretty good value for money though (around €60 in NL).
My initial guess: first fill sherry cask, 12 to 15 years old, abv 46% maximum (but probably even lower), a speysider (Aberlour/Balvenie?)... or something completely different of course.
a syrupy sweet and very friendly nose, candy shop, forest fruit jam, blueberry, blackberry, sour cherries, a little bit floral (lavender), toffee, some almonds, milk chocolate (praline).
creamy, sweet and fruity. Not very high in alcohol but damn tasty, dark and red fruits, blueberries, cherries, sweet tangerine, gumdrops, fudge, dark chocolate, coffee bitter, subtle wood spices like clove and sweetish pepper.
Medium to long - quickly dissipating dark sweet fruits shifting into loads of dark chocolate and cocoa, ending with wood spices and a little espresso note. The latter notes linger pretty long.
- Tasted blind at Hetwhiskyforum blind tasting #11
This looks like a savory sherry ripened whisky. Many spices such as cardamom, old spice and five spice.
With some time and air, chocolate comes up and that dominates considerably.
Indeed a full sherry mouth, but one with a lot of chocolate and pure cocoa influences.
Relative average length. The sherry influences continue to predominate. There is still some glue in the finish. Not disturbing, but recognizable.
a lot of banana, pear, apple, red wine, raisins, plums
Wood flavor, caramel
Dark chocolate with a long finish
- That's neat for the price.