Overall rating
Whiskybase ID
Single Malt
Phil & Simon Thompson (PST)
Stated Age
03 years old
Number of bottles
57.9 % Vol.
700 ml
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Added on
05 nov 2020 5:28 pm by holborndrinker
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 199.90

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19 × member ratings

34 × in collection

Whisky reviews for Bimber 2017 PST

7 users have left 7 reviews for this whisky. Average rating is 86.65 points.

  1. whiskydramo scored this whisky 83 points Connoisseur

    It was a lot worse when I first tasted it and the whisky was clearly not ready.
    • Nose
      84 84
      Smoked plums, Chinese bayberries, grape jam, wood polish, hard candies and a hint of coconut fibre. Then cloves, pencil shavings, soda and balsamic vinegar. It's a bit pungent and the aromas were not easily observable at first, but got better after two weeks with tangerines.
    • Taste
      84 84
      Grapes and raspberries, both were diluted. My mouth was quickly filled with spicy white pepper powder, hay and pencil shavings. Cough syrup and nutmeg formed the even worse finishing part of the tasting. Hami melon rind and orange pith were added in the second tasting.
    • Finish
      82 82
      Tangerines again in a nice way. Still getting pencil shavings with minerals and woody bitterness, both improved in the second tasting. Finally turned into wafers, charcoal and some cough syrup.

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  3. DramALife scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Typical Bimber in a good way. Tropical fruits, pineapples. A touch of fresh cut grass. All refreshing and exciting.

  4. zzqfyl scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      86 86

  5. Baanaanaabob scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    Citrus, caramel, vanilla, stone fruits, bit harsh

  6. whisk_guy scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

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    Glassware: Glencairn Copita
    Colour: Light Amber
    • Nose
      87 87
      Bubble gum, grapefruit, berry, caramel, nutmeg, fresh white oak, vanilla, floral, paint, little briny
    • Taste
      83 83
      Little creamy, bubble gum, white oak, oak spike, light rubber, little floral, hints of nuts
    • Finish
      82 82
      Bubble gum, floral, fresh white oak
      Length: Medium Minor (1min03sec)

  7. olegborgol did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    Bimber 3 yo 2017/2020 (57.9%, Thompson Bros., England, 1st fill barrel, cask #171, 250 bottles) Four stars and a half
    We’ll keep this short. Neither Dornoch nor Bimber need no further buzz. Colour: deep gold. Nose: Spanish melon and orange liqueurs. Perhaps a little ripe guava too. With water: manzana liqueur and guava indeed. Apricots and mirabelles. Apricots and mirabelles always work, just ask Balvenie. Mouth (neat): insane delicately spiced-up fruit mix. Slices of dried apples, coconut, pineapples, with a touch of liquorice wood. Immaculate combination and more proof that bourbon wood works best (perhaps just not with bourbon, ha-ha). With water: immaculate quince jelly and very soft and very fresh ginger cookies. Finish: rather long, a tad spicier, that is to say more on, well, ginger cookies. Pepper. Peach and apricot compote. Comments: the Kavalan of the West, except that Bimber no do large-batch very average whiskies in addition to their brilliant single casks or small batches, do they? Excellent Bimber once again.
    SGP:651 - 89 points.

  8. Tastingbros scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    Full review here :
    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      85 85


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