- Single Malt
- Braunstein (Bs)
- Bottling serie
- Embassy Collection
- Stated Age
- 18 years old
- Number of bottles
- 60.2 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 04 Dec 2010 5:46 pm
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24 × member ratings
41 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Glen Scotia 1992 Bs
3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.14 points
- If anyone wants to try a salty almond toffee whisky this is it.
- So the nose is scary, in the mouth it is quite interesting and I like the finish. The smoke is so minimal that it does not actually exist. Notes from a blind tasting. Okay, so much for the daytime form. Last time I found the nose interesting, this time scary. Well...
Very idiosyncratic, grainy, Grain with Edradour, glue, Custard Cream or something and garlic. Let something stand ... Still slanted, first this sour note, cucumbers, vegetables, then vanillig buttery, somehow does not fit together. Heat harmonizes it a bit, but the vegetables remain. Very buttery now, a touch of soap. Once he has passed his throat, his nose is getting better too, and here too are apples. Less acidity, overall much more harmonious.
In the mouth much less oblique, very sweet, a lot of honey, caramel and in the background fermented apples, to the back he is clearly tart. The onset is quite powerful, slightly alcoholic hot, but the mouthfeel very dense and oily.
The finish is not even so short, the sweetness is slow and Apfelgriepsche with an idea ash prove for quite a long time the tongue.
- Bad he is not, well not. The alcohol is too aggressive, but the nose and finish are quite interesting.
In the nose, it reminds of a middle-aged bourbon. Glue, caramel, nuts and toasted flavors. Sherry influence can be guessed at most.
Something racy in the start, even for 60% a bit impetuous. Tastefully harmonious without leaving a special impression.
Cool, sweet and fruity. Medium.