- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- The Manager's Dram
- Stated Age
- 12 years old
- Refill Cask
- 55.5 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 02 Mar 2010 8:33 pm
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71 × member ratings
109 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Glenlossie 12-year-old
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.88 points
- Tasted at Dornoch, no notes but I liked it.
Very high sweetness is supplemented by herbal aromas, honey, condensed milk, red raspberry jam, freshly cut grass, coconut, plant roots, baked cakes, and a little alcohol.
Single level of sweetness, honey, grass, crushed nuts.
Longer, honey, wheat aroma.
- Strong and rich silence, young and barrel, then what is needed in this category - the power and pressure, youthful enthusiasm and inexhaustible optimism, the aroma only slightly disappointed.
Light, fresh, freshly mown grass, grain, cooled porridge, watercress, fresh peeled potatoes, light lemon notes, vanilla, sugar candies.
Dense, astringent, sweet peppery, oak, vanilla, ethereal notes, eucalyptus, creamy sweetness, burnt sugar.
Saturated, dense, spicy, ginger, lemon peel, caramel sweetness, burnt rusks, porter, mint.
- 【First】: Milk tea Black tea green element is stem series milky condensed chocolate Chocolate firmly feeling alcohol 【Middle】: The body is also thick The outline is calm Wheat sense Green is stalky black tea 【Finish】: Returning priority Nose omission is mildly astringent http://www.whiskylink.com/?p=15755
- Maybe the grass profile is not for everyone, but I love this. A quality dram.
Like putting your head in a bucket of fresh grass clippings. The intensity of the impression of summer days is stunning. There's a lemon citrus and vanilla background as well. Maybe a trace of coconut too. An exceptionally clean and refreshing nose.
The grass is there on the palate too, but it is dominated by the lemony sweetness. Again there is a clarity and cleaness about this that is really refreshing. Lots of sugars crystallising and popping on the tongue.
There's a little here but it's not important. The intensity of the grass returns with fruit sugars and the gentlest of spices.