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Glen Scotia 08-year-old

Overall rating
87.38/100
votes
238
Whiskybase ID
WB208714
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Bottling serie
Campbeltown Malts Festival 2022
Bottled
17.03.2022
Stated Age
08 years old
Casktype
First-fill Bourbon, finished in PX Hogsheads
Number of bottles
24000
Strength
56.5 % Vol.
Size
700 ml
Bottle code
L4 076 22
Barcode
5016840712213
Bottled for
Campbeltown Malts Festival 2022
Added on
23 apr 2022 12:30 am by Denniskriek
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask Strength

Average value

€ 72.46

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Whisky Reviews for Glen Scotia 08-year-old

54 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.38 points

  1. Gareth74 scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    In lieu of a long winded appraisal (it will arrive) it has to be said that this is an absolute blockbuster of a dram.

    Thick, extremely viscous and oily are the immediate take-ways but to that add extremely densely packed with fully formed flavours but also amazingly balanced. Symphonic, if not bombastic whisky.

    This is a stone cold classic. And it delivers all of this at 8 years old and for £55. Staggeringly good.

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    The long winded review…

    Very special and common as muck. Perfect.

    Over the last few years I’ve started falling out of love with certain aspects of the whisky world. The endless ‘limited editions’ and ‘special’ bottles wear you down and the latest foray into #NFT nonsense by Ardbeg is the cherry on the top. It feels like it’s becoming less about the whisky and more about generating insane levels of FOMO, posting your Unicorn bottle to your ‘gram’ for those precious, precious ’likes’, talking about your whisky room more than your friends and boasting about your latest 'Springer' you snagged by waiting in line from 4am.

    I can’t be arsed.
    It’s not what I came here for.
    I came here to drink whisky.

    Those bottles that let you get on with this happy hobby are magical. Even more so when they are ‘limited edition’ but released in a number that means everyone can get a bottle or two (24,000) and at a price nearly everyone can afford (£55 including delivery from the distillery), at cask strength, no colour, no filtering and in a simple cardboard box. (And if you bought from the distillery, a hand signed note saying who packed it on a thank you card). Magical, no?

    My first Glen Scotia. Like a recent Ben Nevis, I’d never really given this distillery much thought, but the spec tickled me - I like’m young (8yo), I prefer mainland peat (check) and I love a PX finish. Seemed like a good bet. Off we go…

    On the nose I’m up to my knees on the farm. Admittedly one that has seen a recent fire in the manure pile. Smokey rural peat, manure, smoked impregnated oak and smouldering wood beams, some chocolate (only a wee bit, a nibble) and what is this? Jam? yes, Jam smeared on an old leather belt? Weird smells but it’s there. Some sort of fruity jam and salty at the same time - I’m not selling this am I? Salty jam anyone? The peat and ash and richness remind me of Ardmore. But a bit rougher round the edges but not in a bd way, there’s a nice black pepper note in there which mixes really well with the ashy notes. This stuff smells marvellous. A slight mature cheese note? Some nice rich un-rubbed pipe tobacco - in a Dartington glass you can really get your nose in the smell on this one. Like Ardmore I’m getting a creamy mint thing in there. Have I said this is good? There’s a nice feint gingerbread thing going on, too with a sourness, like stale sweat and then some preserved smoked strawberries? A lot to love here and nothing to hate and every time I whack my beak back into the glass it’s shifted a little to reveal something else.

    In the mouth. And the arrival is big, loud, turned up to 11. This is not subtle whisky. You can taste the youth but it’s good youth, it’s energetic and spiky, not hot and bland. It’s thick too, the first second or two in the mouth and it’s peaty richness and viscosity and biscuity malty heart arrive all wrapped up in a PX overcoat. And then the flavours really ramp up as it attacks the palate. Lordy! Big flavours explode rather than unfold. Mmmmmmsherry, sweet peat, silage, smoked strawberries? Salty toffee, gingerbread, hot and peppery but not is a bad way, it just lifts the experiment. Like greasy horseradish with some rib of beef. That heat, that zing take it from being pretty nice to OMG! The richness is pretty spectacular for such a young whisky with a short PX finish, I’d have guessed at at least a few years in PX - not so. This tastes like something you’d happily consume when you’re outside in the worst of weather, when the world around you is going to Hell. This would pick you right up, give you a slap and then you’d be back in the game. This is the whisky you drink before you kill Jaws, blow up a Death Star or chuck that damned ring into that volcano. It’s stirring stuff. Inspiring even. It romps like a giddy wet Labrador in a pond. Such heady, youthful exuberance. Winner.

    And the finish, well, it’s big and biscuity and rich peat and there’s heat and oak. There’s sherry, old cocoa powder and baking spices and ashy, smoky hearths and heather smoke and, mmmm. Good. Let’s just be happy with that.

    So, first Glen Scotia and I feel my chi has been realigned, my whisky downers dismissed and my faith in limited editions done right, restored. This is a great bottle (for me) for so many reasons but the best is that this is great whisky that anyone can buy and enjoy.

    Is this what it tastes like without the PX finish?
    https://www.whiskybase.com/whiskies/whisky/206306/glen-scotia-2013-smws-93175

  2. MaltMusings scored this whisky 95 points Expert Senior

    Appearance: Dark gold in the glass, swirls cling as a thin line, bead up slowly to form small beads which falls as slow thin oily legs.

    Nose: Huge salinity to start with - salt and seaweed notes. There's some toffee, tropical fruit and a little citrus. Little in the way of smoke - it's very faint. After a few sips of the liquid, the smoke comes through more on the nose - interesting.

    Palate: Thick syrupy arrival - loads of chewy salted caramel and dried fruit: sultanas, raisins, figs, dates etc. There's some berries hints here too - blueberry jam? The liquid is very oily, coating the mouth with sweet brown sugar and a little honey. More tropical fruit notes appear, a little dark chocolate and some liquorice before the smoke comes in - not as thick as I'd expected for a mainly heavily peated liquid. There's a big bite of peppery spice, more salinity and a dryness as the liquid disappears. YUMMY!

    Finish: Lingering sweetness, gentle smoke, drying salinity and peppery spice.

    Overall: As I said at the beginning I'm a Fanboy so you can make your own mind up, this is my first but won't be my last bottle!
    Maybe the biggest surprise for me is the peat smoke - I was expecting more, it's faint on the nose, comes through on the palate and lingers on the finish, but it's the Glen Scotia DNA salinity which features most strongly in this dram. Michael and his team have taken what Iain and his team have distilled and matured in ex-bourbon in Campbeltown and re-casked it into PX casks in Alexandria (I assume). The finish hasn't taken over like I think happened with the 2020 Sherry Double Seasonal Release. The salinity, tropical fruit, smoke and PX seem in perfect balance.
    There's 24,000 bottles so this isn't going to sell out in a week but at £55 a bottle I'd suggest getting a case fairly soon so you have time to buy another before it all goes!

    https://malt-musings.blogspot.com/2022/04/glen-scotia-campbeltown-malts-festival.html

  3. Archer scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    I've now given myself more than half the bottle time to write my notes, assuming that time and oxygen might still benefit him. But it sticks to my first impression after the first dram: quite ok, but not a big hit, the smoke only there to hide the youth (which doesn't work).
    • Nose
      85 85
      Immediate peat smoke, even if it doesn't really come across as 'heavily' as the bottle's back label announces. Green apple and grapes, notes of white wine, young, still green birch twigs, hay.
    • Taste
      84 84
      A sweetness of wine gums that settles on the tongue. Dry oak planks, spicy-herbal smoke, dark chocolate. The sweetness develops a certain penetrance that the smoky note is not able to cushion. Develops severe dryness very quickly, coffee powder, dark chocolate.
    • Finish
      84 84
      Quickly off the tongue. Very dry, barely smoky, but still has that wine gum sweetness, now accompanied by peppermint.

  4. Saftkenner scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    A smoky strawberry whisky, sweet, powerful and elegant. What more do you want?!
    I was a bit skeptical at first because of the relatively young age and the (in relation to that) not lower price. But I think that in the end it was bottled at a suitable point in time without the youthfulness bothering me. All in all, really well done - convinced me!
    I am also pleased that something very unique has been created here compared to the 2021 Festival bottle - I have just tasted both bottlings one after the other - and they are truly hardly comparable.
    • Nose
      88 88
      Very nice intense sweetish smoke flows out of the glass. The alcohol is very well integrated.
      The sweet-looking smoke also brings something fresh, like a salty sea breeze and a hint of iodine. Very pleasant, almost elegant. There is also plenty of vanilla and caramel, pickled strawberries, candied pineapple and a hint of oak spice.
    • Taste
      89 89
      Sweet, creamy and fruity, it unfolds in the mouth, even with an amazingly full body. In addition to the sweetish-salty smoke, the strawberry aroma comes out again, very concise and intense. The alcohol is also wonderfully integrated here and you don't need to add any water.
    • Finish
      88 88
      Long finish with pickled strawberries, delicate smoke, caramel, oak. Also at the end really harmonious and delicious.

  5. WiltChamberlain scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    Glen Scotia at its best!
    Significantly better than last year's edition.
    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      88 88

  6. Malzbrenner scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    In the glass, the eight-year-old bottling of Glen Scotia for this year's Campbeltown Malts Festival 2022, strong 56.5% vol. cask strength, not chill-filtered and with a natural amber colour. Rather narrow windows appear in the glass.

    A real surprise and an absolutely successful malt. If Glen Scotia continues to excite, the scarcity of delicious Campbeltown malts is slowly coming to an end. Bravo!
    • Nose
      89 89
      When the bottle was opened, there was an appreciative "Wow!", so that after half an hour I am full of anticipation for the tasting.
      A juicy breeze of iodine rises from the glass, carried by ripe yellow fruits. Ripe peaches, apricots, pears, limes, honey and vanilla paired with a really nice, maritime note. The first impression is great! Surprisingly, there is no trace of the alcohol and the whisky is soft and inviting in the glass. The joy at the first sip is huge!
      After reduction with water, the whisky becomes much fruitier, almost with tropical fruit. Class!
    • Taste
      90 90
      Undiluted, it makes me a little too much pressure, but sweetness and maritime notes are already clearly pronounced
      After adding water: sweet, oily, maritime, fruity, juicy, almost opulent! Again, I'm really excited, and that's after the first sip! The whisky shows so many aromas that I really enjoy it in the glass. On one side is a large array of fruit ranging from peaches, citrus to grilled pineapple. On the other hand, a very soft and smoky note, which is wonderfully captured by the sweetness and forms another pillar in the aroma spectrum. In addition, there is this great maritime side, which expands the taste experience in a great way. It's similar to chocolate with salted almonds, where all the flavors are in perfect harmony and just one more component is added as you enjoy. Chapeau Glen Scotia! I really like this one!
    • Finish
      89 89
      Rather long, with a very pleasant sweetness and maritime notes, ripe yellow fruits, vanilla and a subtle smoky note. Salted almonds meet milk chocolate, grilled pineapple, caramelized salmon. After adding water, this whisky has worked for me from head to toe. I'm excited!

  7. Corkscrew scored this whisky 90 points Member Senior

    That's a very strong performance! Salt and peat determine the character from the nosing to the finish. Very complex on the palate, lots of fruit, some spices and a subtle hint of herbs, definitely strawberries too. Clear, solid structure, always stringent and without breaks in the overall picture. Very remarkable for this age. Congratulations to Glen Scotia for that!

  8. EricLeeee scored this whisky 89 points Expert Junior

    Nose
    An ordinary sense of alcohol after leaving it alone for 15 minutes, a strong touch of malt comes first along with a smooth sense of sherry. You can almost “smell” the oiliness, followed by salty toffee, a bit sour of tropical fruits and berries, and a slight hint of peat. A stronger feeling of orchard and smoke after adding a little bit of water.

    Palate
    Undoubtedly oily, a bit salty, and the sense of smoke suddenly shows in the mouth along with smooth peat, also chocolate, and dried fruits. Also peatier after adding some water

    Finish
    Long; The sense of peat still exists long after, along with some senses of toffee and salt.

  9. 67conrad67 scored this whisky 88 points Member Senior

    Odour: fermented apple, vanilla base, note of heavy oil, including German Strawberry note, sweetish smoke lies above everything else, alcohol is very well integrated on the nose, according to the smoked bacon note, the wood is quite present despite the young age

    Flavor: medium to full-bodied, full-bodied, sweetish undertone, alcohol pushes you on warming, medium-flavoured. until long aftertaste, becoming increasingly spicy ...

    Colour: lightening copper tone, narrow to medium water rim, clear

    Conclusion: I like Glen Scotia better with smoke than without, and this one is unexpectedly viscous and dense for its 8 years - the young age has been perfectly "wrapped" by the smoke ...

  10. ClixMalt scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    Great thing, much better than the 10 Bordeaux from last year. Not overly complex but very drinkable.

    8/10 - Great. Good buy for the RRP.
    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      89 89

  11. glen efze scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    At the Campbeltown Malts Festival 2022, Glen Scotia is bringing a fairly young 8-year-old whisky that has been matured in 1st fill bourbon casks and given a finish in PX Hoghsheads. This offers the chance that the wood influence can compensate for the younger years. At least the color is strong and natural, so there is no primary risk that the whisky has been clogged with PX. This could be a nice hogshead whisky. It is also peated and thus offers another component.

    www.glen-efze.de
    • Nose
      Here the peat smoke is actually present immediately after opening the bottle. It is stronger than the 2018 Festival bottling that was tasted shortly before, it is also more direct with clearer smoky aromas. Vanilla is added again, but here with less pastry, but with herbs and vegetable broth. There is smoked fish, a strong vegetable broth and vanilla pudding with fresh vanilla, apples and berries for dessert.
    • Taste
      Even if the whisky is young, it doesn't taste immature, which is of course due to the smoke - but the barrels were good too. Flavors are nicely blended, fruit not too sweet, and smoke and wood lead to a drier finish. In addition to the smoky aroma, there is bitter chocolate with sea salt and some liquorice, plus black currant and blackberries.
    • Finish
      In the finish, the smoke also shows the typical Campbeltown notes, which are subtle here due to the power of the smoke. The aftertaste is not superficial, smoke, wood and chocolate aromas remain in the mouth, are rather dry and tart but still only slightly astringent. Some iodine and salt also remain.

      A whisky that is only 8 years old always scares me a little. Too often all flavors are superimposed and unsustainable, too sweet, too immature, too fleeting. All of that is not the case here. The whisky has power and is a worthy west coast whisky with smoke, salt, seaweed and character. It goes well with the Campbeltown Malts Festival and is a lot of fun. This is a worthy festival whisky, slàinte mhath!

  12. Obynapewno scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      86 86
      Light smoke, sea salt, iodine, citrus, dried fruit, a pinch of vanilla, pepper
    • Taste
      89 89
      Creamy, sweet, fresh, salty smoke, wood, honey, some chocolate, and strawberry cheese
    • Finish
      87 87
      Long, smoky, caramel, wood, some nuts

  13. PanAroma0815 scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      89 89

  14. Woodsmoke scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Sample.

    Please in CS.
    • Nose
      85 85
      Fruity sweet, light candy and vegetables.
    • Taste
      86 86
      sour. Strawberry jelly. Never had this button. Insanity. Barley Wine Touch.
    • Finish
      85 85
      Dry, spicy...strawberry jelly.

  15. YD84 scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    First impressions - a fantastic, decadent whisky. Actually reminds me of cask strength Benromach.
    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      89 89

  16. zzs0529 scored this whisky 89 points Expert Junior

    A very good young Grandi that stretches the boundaries of low vintage products. Peat PX barrel over barrel? I'm curious where did this barrel come from? The peat line at Loch Roman? Or the barrels of some Islay distillery? After tasting the special editions of the Campbelltown Carnival in recent years, you will really expect more from this winery. Instead of blindly pursuing the vintage, in the context of young wines, experimental products are more able to impress younger and younger consumers. In fact, young wines are good ~ everyone's psychological expectations will not be so high, but there will be more surprises and emotions~~
    • Nose
      90 90
      Smell: Very elegant aroma of peat, earth and meadow after rain, unusually sweet, with aromas of raisins, plums and peach, you can feel the vitality of this wine by smelling it. Add a little water and more tropical fruit notes are kicked in, with honey and apricot dominating;
    • Taste
      90 90
      On the palate: Salty palate, minerality and lemony notes fill the mouth. Salted preserved fruit, oily, pineapple, pear and blood orange, ginger and some dark fruits, chocolate slowly emerging at the end;
    • Finish
      87 87
      Finish: caramel, sea salt, dark chocolate, toasted ginkgo and marzipan. Tannins start to show, blood orange and smoky bacon take hold for a long time.

  17. DannyHill scored this whisky 86 points Expert Junior

    Peat, funky, light tart, faint vomit, zesty, gently sour, young & kickin'.

  18. MarcinCh scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    The golden color. A lot of oily.
    • Nose
      88 88
      Pretty subtle smoke. Ash from the fire. Sweet, ripe, dark fruit underneath. Dates, raisins. Dried plums. Some salt. The subtle bubble keeps scrolling.
    • Taste
      88 88
      Lots of salt. Caramel. Salty caramel. Spice. Black pepper. Smoke. Ash. Pretty thick and oily. Traces of dark, sweet fruit underneath. Ginger. With the second sip, more sweet, dark fruits come out.
    • Finish
      87 87
      Caramel. Salt. Salty caramel. Dark fruit. Raisins, dates. Everything covered with dark chocolate. After a while, ash comes out. Quite a long finish.

  19. lucky67 did not rate this whisky Member Junior

    First dram from the bottle. It is actually too early to write anything about it and certainly to give an opinion in figures. But given this nose ..... Already at the first nose this looks familiar. Where have I smelled this before. And after a few minutes of more smells it comes to me....Brora 30 years old ob. The stable air, the farm and it also somewhat lactic acid, then fruit comes along with some smoke. Which is/was very typical for Brora. I hope the nose stays this nice throughout the whole bottle. Super fantastic nose especially considering the 8 years. In the mouth unfortunately not the enormous complexity that the Brora has, but I did not expect that either. It certainly has the features of the Brora. Nicely fruity and suddenly there is also the peat that becomes stronger in the aftertaste and lingers with some sweetness. Poormen's Brora I say .... and not no to it. This calls for more!

  20. nhuber scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    I just didn't like this whisky... It had something bad like fehlfarben in the mouth... May be some bad Sherry Butts... Or may be the bottle was bad but this is definitely nowhere close to 90. I have it on 84 And even lower if you take into account the price. But looks like you sell everything these days from a PX cask.

    Check out the 2010 vintage 3 instead. Much much better. For less money as well

  21. daniel1312 scored this whisky 88 points Member Senior

    Very powerful and peppery at the beginning, then comes a light sweetness, some green apple, smoke, salt, wood and some chocolate complete the experience

    Flavor is long lasting and somewhat smoky

    Very good edition

  22. FritzeKrautman scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    Another nice bottling from Glen Scotia. But you can tell that there just isn't enough aging on the palate. The lack of age has a somewhat negative effect.
    • Nose
      88 88
      Fine wood smoke, roasted aromas, spices, strawberries and raspberries, later also citrus fruit. vanilla, chocolate, pepper
    • Taste
      86 86
      Powerful with sweetness, smoke, strawberries, wood
    • Finish
      86 86
      Medium-length finish with sweetness, smoke, pepper, oak, marzipan, strong alcohol

  23. raithrover scored this whisky 75 points Expert Junior

    I just didn't enjoy this one with the palate being particularly muggy and cumbersome.

  24. Jimbeau scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

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

  25. Hvdree scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

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

  26. Petitcham scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Cucumber, watermelon's character, sharp peat, px's complex, The sharp features of young undiluted liquids, salt, caramel, intense finish

  27. gaboruso scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      85 85

  28. dapoinbua scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

  29. Luigisim scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

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

  30. Will_iam scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    The PX note in the nose and mouth is a pleasure.
    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      87 87

  31. Ninofdram scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

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

  32. olegborgol scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      86 86

  33. mer1973 scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      88 88

  34. Hlektrion scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

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

  35. WhiskyPEATer scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

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

  36. Gregorsky scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

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

  37. birkzehn scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

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

  38. FeydRautha scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      85 85

  39. Sporx scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    Aroma
    Little smoke, sea salt, citrus

    taste
    Creamy, yet powerful onset, nice smoky note, maritime salt, sweetish. With water more honey, lighter fruit. But I like it better without water

    finish
    Long, smoke, caramel, spicy

  40. mattheww scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

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

  41. Dr.Ago scored this whisky 95 points Expert Junior

    Extra peated

  42. MrYens scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

  43. valasios scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      88 88

  44. woojin scored this whisky 85 points Member Senior

    Aroma: Sulfur, Vanilla, Dried Fruit, Smokey. It is difficult to pierce the nose deeply, but it feels good because the three things are in harmony.

    Taste: Smokey, sour flesh. Feet stand out from the palette rather than the scent.

    Finish: Pete's medium finish

    Overall Review: Whisky with a simple aroma and taste, but quite complete. The climax where Pete, who was a supporting actor in the fragrance, plays the lead in the palette.

    However, it is a pity that the sherry scent felt in the nose lacks continuity afterwards.

  45. Glenrothes1973 scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      84 84

  46. rolabob scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

  47. geriud scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

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

  48. tancerz11111 scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    85.5 points
    • Nose
      85 85
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      85 85

  49. TomAndIngrid scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      85 85

  50. Nikilema scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

  51. lees scored this whisky 100 points Newbie

    very good

  52. SebStar scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

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

  53. eselsim scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Slightly peaty, dried fruit, pleather, excessive sourness and high alcohol level
    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      82 82

  54. g2ther scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

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

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