- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- 2021 Release
- Stated Age
- 19 years old
- PX Sherry Casks
- 46.7 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 11 Jun 2021 12:31 pm by Astrid
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Whisky Reviews for Bladnoch 19-year-old
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.18 points
- Spicy, nutty and chocolaty. An unknown insider tip?
- Good, balanced whisky
Wine aromas, grapefruit, apple, apricot, later some raisin, light alcohol. The wood note contained is therefore well subliminal. After 15 minutes, the dark berries come through nicely, such as sour cherries or blackberries. Toasted vanilla
Nice mouthfeel, creamy, light tannins, sherry and wine aromas accompany this. Well-balanced and beautifully matured.
good and medium length
- A very balanced and interesting Bladnoch, in which the PX barrels do not push themselves too much into the foreground. Makes a lot of fun.
Lemon notes, apricots, plums, marzipan and yet amazingly fresh.
Fruity and distinctly sweet on the palate; with more dark fruits, spicy notes and some pepper. Nice complexity, although the PX barrel is rather reserved. With the second sip, the PX is more noticeable.
Pleasant, harmonious, middle to long finish without disturbing bitterness.
- Heavy, rich whisky that you don't necessarily want to drink every day. In the right mood, however, he carries you through the entire evening.
Fruity sweetness flows temptingly from the glass. The delicate campfire note from pouring quickly gives way to the rich sherry scent. Alcohol perfectly integrated.
Walnut, toasted nuts, nutmeg, heavy black wood.
Slowly builds to fill the mouth with spiciness and sweetness. Medium to long.
- The cup became a bit poor after waking up.
Smell very sweet, toffee, candied fruit, red fruit, jam, grapes, a touch of spice, cloves, cinnamon.
The entrance is sweet, the fruit is stewed, there is some cream, and then comes out the comfortable spice, cinnamon, cloves, star anise, and at the same time the comfortable red fruit. It is a high concentration of dark chocolate. Full-bodied, medium-greasy, slightly thorny. After the cup is awake, the spice is more obvious, and the bitter bottom is increased.
The finish is medium, with a slight bitterness of dark chocolate, followed by spice, red fruit, and some grapes slowly coming out at the back.
- Overall, the malt is deliciously interesting and, despite PX maturation, clearly brings the distillery character with it.
Beautiful, balanced nose of oak, must plum, pickled raisins, blackberries and vanilla. The vanilla always floats in the background. Chocolate notes are also added.
Texture is slightly oily, round and soft. Sweetness is pleasant and quickly transitions into chocolaty notes. Followed by coffee or rather mocha notes.
The finish is drying, salivating and short to medium length.