- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 06 years old
- 1st Fill Oloroso Sherry Hogsheads
- 814 & 816
- Number of bottles
- 51.3 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 21 Apr 2020 12:00 pm by Connaisseur
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Whisky Reviews for Wolfburn Father’s Day
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.61 points
- Sweet, wood, fruit, chocolate
Wood from the barrel
Delicious with a chocolate, but sharpness is present
Does not linger too long
- definitely don't want to drink that again!
fuuuu, something weird, fermented fruit/jam or the Chinese black egg, doesn't work for me
the weird thing is still here, otherwise young and sweeter, a bit metallic, spicy
longer, kind of sweet
- Nose 19, taste 19, finish 18, balance 19
sherry, dried fruit, creme brulee
sweet, creamy, raisins, caramel and a little pepper
medium, vanilla, wood, spices
- Not bad, but not good either ... nose presents well, but also very simply. The palate, on the other hand, drops a lot in the second sip. Slightly alcoholic. So drink quickly ... :))
Spicy, slightly woody start. Malty,
In addition, a slightly fruity note. Oranges, plums and some fresh berries.
Nuts and chocolate to the background.
Creamy, slightly oily, with a spice that is a bit chili-hot. The fruity berries and oak penetrate the mouth with a tingling sensation. The second sip then has a more alcoholic effect than fruit brandy. Bitterness permeates more. He makes a rather immature impression.
Relatively short finish, a bit alcoholic, sweetish, vanilla.
- with water: it doesn't really need it, it becomes almost too easy and the young people get through more
Conclusion: two good sherry barrels, great creaminess and red berry fruit. My first Wolfburn, which I enjoy, but still too young
dry raisins, a few red berries (currant), burnt caramel, a little vanilla, dry wood, creamy
very creamy, silky mouthfeel, nice balance, cream caramel, raisins, subtle smoke
light sherry, berry fruit, wood, some smoke from the campfire, subtly dry, cloves and nutmeg, slight note of fruit
red berries, dried fruits, candied fruits, later strong crème brulee
full-bodied, creamy cream pudding with sweet dried fruits
medium-long heat with a sharp alcohol note (despite water)