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Whisky Reviews for Lochindaal 10-year-old Df
4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.38 points
- Whiskyfun.com review:
This really is the limit, at 64% I call the police. Colour: straw. Nose: a little gentler, even easier I would say. Same notes of olives, which I just adore, otherwise some ink and spicy pizza sauce. Really. I do feel that this is great but I wouldn’t take any further chances… With water: dough, passion fruits (yes!) and engine oil (one day I’ll tell you that old joke about two Englishmen on an old Norton suddenly falling in need of Veedol oil). Mouth (neat): I think this is kind of perfect, with perfect lemons and chillies and waxes and rieslings, but it is b***y strong. Sad that as always, my lawyer’s Huawei would be going straight on voicemail. With water: exactly. Pure peat and lemon, seawater, keepers and olives. Finish: pretty long and even more olive-y. Comments: would you please remind me why they stopped doing these specs?
SGP:468 - 90 points.
- A typical Lochindaal with smoke, vanilla and spicy salty notes to a little chilli. Not bad, but not a high-flyer either.
Smoke, vanilla, smoked bacon, butter biscuit note with apple, some citrus fruits
Smoke, seasoning, some licorice, chilli
Dominated by the peat. In addition, phenol, tobacco, malty sweetness and a bit of dark chocolate with a peppery maritime note.
- Beautiful whisky!
Lightly smoked ox meat, bressoa, ashes, slightly sweet.
Cayenne pepper, black pepper, barbeque meat, light rubber, plastic.
Long, warm, warm coals.