- Single Malt
- Meadowside Blending (MBl)
- Bottling serie
- The Maltman
- Stated Age
- 19 years old
- Bourbon Cask
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 16 May 2011 11:11 pm
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23 × member ratings
19 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Tullibardine 1991 MBl
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 83.90 points
- Nose: Somehow dusty. Slightly fruity, some cardboard, some grass. Very interesting. Do I know about Tamnavulin 12y mouth: Fairly mild, sweet, then again these grassy notes Finish: slightly sparkling, slightly oak, slightly dusty and relatively short.
Grassy, hay. Apples, mint too. Sweet, vanilla, honey, toffee. Oak. Something parfummigs, and stout pears.
Light peppers, creamy, vanilla, honey, toffee, hay, biscuits.
Light peppers still, sweet, vanilla, soft, medium. Caramel / toffee.
Vanilla, toffee, freshly cut grass, mint, boiled sweets, oak and with water comes lemons.
Creamy, vanilla, lemons, oak and fresh herbs.
Long, dry and lemonpeel
- Very mild and soft. I'm curious! Complex malt with beautiful corners and edges. I can not classify the filling but not. Should be a Scot, maybe Speyside at the age of 15-20 years. The alcohol was never dominant. Very mild and soft. I'm curious!
From warm summer to fall, wet leaves, fresh wood, toffee and light malt
Saturated dried fruits, caramel, vanilla, some spices
Finish: I'm not sure there's anything like ginger around the corner. Spicy. Leather? In sum, medium-length finish
Hay, fresh herbs and vanilla.
Medium finish. Soft and gentle. Nice.
- A real good whisky. Very enjoyable!
Very aromatic ex-bourbon-casks whisky. Gentle american oak underlined by strong vanilla and caramel. Pretty strong malt aromas.
Smooth and creamy. Butterscotch-candy with some pretty decent oak. Just a little bitterness. The 19 years in american oak did a great job there. Can´t find any fruit though.
Medium-long finish with dominant caramel and malt. Not dry and no alcohol at all.