- Distillery Bottling
- American Bourbon Cask
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 14 Apr 2010 5:47 pm
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47 × member ratings
80 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Writer's Tears Pot Still Blend
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 80.42 points
- I love this whiskey simple and unpretentious, excellent value for money. A very sweet and fresh Irish to sip in the summer!
A fairly fresh nose, on pear, apple and green banana, as well as mint (syrup, more than fresh mint), a little canned pineapple, vanilla, candle wax and cereals.
First, an impression of sucking on an old copper piece, then evolving on fresh almond, and, in the continuity of the nose, pear and green banana, then finally honey.
Quite short, but here it is not a problem. Make you want to take a sip immediately.
- Drinkable, but really nothing special, for the price that is really ok yet.
Vanilla, light green apple, dough, melon, some cereals, very organic / muesli-like everything, grape seeds
Apricot, funny tart notes with coriander, cereals, honey and toffee, dry grass, hay, apple peel
Apple peel, melon, honey, some dough again, shortly more
- A nice blend with the characteristic smell of small butter that melts in the mouth!
After, the lemon and the seeds of anise come to decorate this flavor.
It is very sweet, unctuous .. and it lacks a little to be raised alcohol level.
- Nose expressive, malt. Aqueous and soft mouth, a bit bitter. Final rather short. Very average.
- An excellent quality / price ratio and an irrepressible Irish in its category. Aeration tends to lose the cookie side to make room for more bitterness and cereals.
A little creamy, biscuit little butter, orange liqueur tip, cereals, the freshness of some medicinal plants. With aeration, the grain tends to dominate.
Noticeably the same things as on the nose. Pretty greedy, creamy. Always the triptych cereals - small butter - orange liquor. Then herbs on the end of mouth, more bitter.
Long enough. Cream, biscuit, cereals and herbs. Maybe melon.
- Highly praised in the Bible and whiskey fun - but I personally can not win so much from this drop because of the green appeal. Similar to what happened to me at the Arran NonChillFiltered. But all grades and descriptions are subjective and arguable and should be ...
fresh start with fruit: pears, green apples, lemon; Sultanas, vanilla, cereals. All this together makes a Bircher Muesli ...
again fruit, honey and a spiciness, something reminiscent of bitter green tea
again, a fruit mix, dates, the green tea and a hint of graphite of a pencil to create an affinity to the Schiftstellern and poets
- Excellent entry-level whiskey
Good value for money. Less than 40
Fruity (melon), honeyed, vanilla, minty
Slightly woody and spicy