Auchentoshan Valinch 2011

Overall rating
83.45/100
votes
287
Whiskybase ID
WB22170
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Bottling serie
Limited Edition
Bottled
2011
Casktype
North American Bourbon Oak
Strength
57.5 % Vol.
Size
700 ml 750 ml
Bottle code
L112196 132
Barcode
5010496002636
Added on
02 jun 2011 1:08 pm
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask Strength

Average value

€ 226.23

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Whisky reviews for Auchentoshan Valinch 2011

41 users have left 51 reviews for this whisky. Average rating is 83.45 points.

  1. Totoro scored this whisky 82 points Connoisseur

    Tasted in direct comparison with the 2012 edition (WB34799).

    This one is noticeably more golden in color.

    The two editions are remarkably different, much to my surprise.
    • Nose
      82 82
      Acidic fruit upfront: gooseberry, kiwi, redcurrant. Then, curiously, wet wool and a definite burnt/roast cask char note – you might be forgiven for thinking it's woodsmoke. A floral, fragrant aspect as well, at times almost veering off into perfumed territories. Some might even call it soapy. Light and young overall, but with nicely present and well-defined aromas.
    • Taste
      84 84
      Too strong (and hot!) for me without water. Help!
      With water, it calms down nicely and unfolds on all manners of white bread and wheat pastries: baguette, brioche, croissant, sesame rolls, phyllo... Less fruity than the nose, but you still get pink grapefruit and tart grapes (including the skins).
    • Finish
      79 79
      More tart and austere than I would've liked. Between the oak and the youth, there's not much room for flavor.

  2. LukasJakubDrabek scored this whisky 83 points Shoplink Moderator

    Strong as a leg off the table. Literally. Maybe too much. I agree with Ralfy that until I roughly double its volume with water, it is almost non-drinkable. It got a little better at the end of the bottle, but it's still a very concentrated strength of alcohol.

    At first I struggled with it quite a bit and in truth, I wouldn't buy the whole bottle again. Otherwise, I think the classic Auchentoshan - either you love it or you hate it.
    • Nose
      Vanilla pudding, egg yolk cream, dandelion flower, apple, vanillin, baking powder, egg cognac.

      After adding water: apple strudel, blums, pumpkin kernels, lard with greaves.
    • Taste
      Very strong alcohol. Prickly and slightly astringent. Lemon peel, candied ginger, unripe plum, unripe mirabelle, baking powder, butter biscuit.

      After adding water: Vineyard peach, egg white icing, grated coconut, apricot kernels, waxiness, whipped egg whites and limoncello.
    • Finish
      Lemon peel, dandelion leaf and unripe fruit (gooseberry, kiwi, peach).

      After adding water: Marzipan, plum with cinnamon, yellow grapefruit.

  3. Dre73 scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    Typical lowlander for me, a lot of vegetal notes, and a lot of alcohol.
    • Nose
      84 84
      Typical lowland-style, vegetal, green, organic. Tending towards wet cardboard, but just in time fruitiness takes over. Strong alcoholic, stinging.
    • Taste
      84 84
      Imediately vegetal, very intense, alcoholic. Fruity, citrus, orange. Some bitterness. Later on more sweetness as well.
    • Finish
      83 83
      Still powerful, vegetal, some alcoholic bitterness withsome fruity, citrus notes. Middle long.

  4. Coldorak scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    Color: Chardonnay. After a swirl, quick fat legs going down.
    Honest dram if a little too young probably.
    • Nose
      84 84
      Nose, neat: Prickly nose letting anticipate the quite high abv. Honey, lemon, pepper, touch of nail polish remover, hints of nectarine, but the pepperish nose covers everything.
      Nose, with water: The nose becomes less pepperish, letting appear burnt toast with lemon curd.
    • Taste
      85 85
      Palate, neat: Sweet and spicy at first, then spices bite the tongue due to the alcohol, with ginger and chili pepper. Caramel, nutmeg, with a touch of tobacco.
      Palate, with water: Lovely mouthfeel, sweet and spicy. Butterscotch, grapefruit.
    • Finish
      82 82
      Finish, neat: pepperish and oaky, drying on the gums and front of the cheeks, medium long.
      Finish, with water: Shorter, less drying, still on spices and oak

  5. Tom na Gruagaich scored this whisky 80 points Connoisseur

    Nose: fresh, lemony, vanilla, cereals, very pleasant
    Mouth: very strong, sweet and sour, citrus, some oak and a lot of alcohol. Finish: vanilla, some fruit, slightly tart and still very hot from the alcohol.

  6. LukasJakubDrabek scored this whisky 83 points Shoplink Moderator

    Ralfy review 279: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j39HE1K6yas (90/100).

    "Very contemporary and a heavy flavour. Big full full flavour for what is generally regarded to be a light whisky."

  7. ricallende scored this whisky 79 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      Crisp and Clean but with a Young feel to it. The Alcohol is quite present so you need to find your way around it. On the Nose, the Valinch is mostly Sweet with Fruit, Oak, and Herbs.Malted Barley, Toffee, Vanilla, Brown Sugar, lightly Burnt Toast, Grass, Straw, Apple, Grapefruit, Mandarin, Lemon, Grapes, Raspberry and Banana.
    • Taste
      Young, Bitter Sweet, Fruity and Spicy. The Alcohol is quite noticeable.Butterscotch, Malted Barley, Grapefruit, Apple, White Grapes and Vanilla.
    • Finish
      Not very long, Spicy. The Alcohol is very strong and it gets dry in the end.

  8. Avatar scored this whisky 84 points Expert Junior

    At first I smell citrus, peach, salmiak, cedar wood. Very fruity. Later, vanilla is added. In the taste again that wood, vanilla. Creamy and full taste with a long aftertaste.

  9. Cubey666 scored this whisky 81 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      79 79
    • Taste
      81 81
    • Finish
      78 78

  10. lachaineduwhisky did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Overripe fruits, vanilla. Rather closed at first, it gradually opens to malty notes. There is also a heady note that bothers me. With a little water, we have warm notes of bread. In the mouth, and in the finish, we find the fruits too ripe. It is an aggressive chouia and with a little water, too bright!

    Enthusiasm 2/5

  11. FernetBranco scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      83 83

  12. Ivynor scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Tasted this year after two years of aeration: sweet nose, cinnamon, yellow fruit, slightly exotic. Mouth quite creamy, but short, Cinnamon, yellow fruits, pineapple, passion fruit Finale a little vegetable, more bitter, withdrawn from the rest unfortunately, we feel a certain youth.
    Good product overall. 84

  13. CST1986 scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Beautiful whisky for a very good price. Very dangerous, as this is one of the most drinkable and easily-approachable cask strength bottlings you can buy. It'd be even "better" with an age statement. For not disclosing its age I'll subtract one point from my rating.
    • Nose
      Without water: Pungent, sweet, fruity, no, VERY fruity. Passionfruit, papaya, peaches and freshly cut apples. A hint of banana with caramel syrup drizzled over it. Very nice, but probably even more exuberant....
      ...with water: Yes, here we go. The same notes as before, but even more fruity and sweet. Fruit salad with creamy vanilla yoghurt. This is clearly dangerous stuff!
    • Taste
      Without water: Very drinkable, the alcohol doesn't feel too much. Sweet creamy honeydew melon, strawberries, peaches, apples, passionfruit. Creamy and crisp at the same time.
      With water: The mouthfeel is getting better, creamier and bigger. Coats your mouth with a fruity sensation. Further back on the tongue you can feel a bit of oak with vanilla and a small drop of olive oil. Very, very nice.
    • Finish
      Medium long, refreshing, fruity and with just a bit of wood spice.

  14. Jonkers scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    What a difference after adding water! Again not too much add because then he becomes "boring". Still, the distillery had been able to save 3x distillation because it really does not add anything ....
    • Nose
      A bit of water has now been added to this nosing and tasting. Vanilla and wood. Fresh but something "flatter" than without the addition of water. A little "wet dog". Not special.
    • Taste
      Much more pleasant than without the addition of water! Friendly and yet powerful. Green fruit like apples and pears but also chocolate.
    • Finish
      Sweet and unlike no water, no trace of bitterness anymore. Finish is short.

  15. Sandman scored this whisky 76 points Connoisseur

    My notes of 14-9-2014
    • Nose
      Citrus, appel, peer, vanille en hubba bubba bubblegum
    • Taste
      Fruity, creamy, chocolate, bitter and wood
    • Finish
      Medium, bitter spices and granular

  16. Magnus Hillman scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    Had it blind and there was hints of some grain-, corn whisky notes, reminding me of a good blended whisky in this one. Have happened before with other tripple destilled whiskies. Needs water but also needs time in the glass after the addition of water to find the balance again.

    (Rating interval 83-86)
    • Nose
      Mixed fruits, marzipan, honey, vanilla sugar and lemon zest. 
    • Taste
      Warm and peppery arrival which develops towards, sweet spice, vanilla sugar, some citrus and dry mineral. There is also some plastic packing on the palate that goes into the finish.
    • Finish
      Rather soft finish with honey and black pepper. Some sweetness hanging around and with water more rough spirit comes through. 

  17. Mascht scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    Blindverkostung
    • Nose
      nutty, heavy, flour
    • Taste
      Vanilla, oak, mouth-filling
    • Finish
      medium

  18. Georges scored this whisky 82 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      82 82
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      82 82

  19. Georges scored this whisky 82 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      Vanilla, citrus, creme brulee
    • Taste
      Oily, creamy, vanilla, peppery, citrus
    • Finish
      Medium long, sweet, vanilla

  20. DrinkingWhisky scored this whisky 77 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      First strong alcohol scent, then typical bourbony, vanilla, citrus, creme brulee.
    • Taste
      Punchy at first sip, then the flavors are released; creamy texture, orange. With a (1) drop of water, flavors come into their own.
    • Finish
      Finish is quite a punishment, with a bit weird aftertaste.

  21. molar3rd scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Nose: crème Brule with lemon rind on top. Coconut. And a lot of vanilla. Youthful, and very strong on the nose, it takes a but of water with grace, and some time in the glass. I also suggest to let it sit in the glass so you can nose it better, especially if you are new to whisky.

    Palate: Banana loti (you know the stuff you eat in Thailand) Powerful ginger spice lemon combo. Wood and sherry. Chewable and intense. That’s why I love cask strength. This is great. After some time in the glass. Mango !!

    Finish: medium. Cocoa powder. Wood. Nuts.

    In two words : I LIKE! , this is very good, a young, full of flavours, fruit and exotica.A cracker of a dram, which at a good price. I need me some of this.

    Whisky distilleries, i do hope you will learn that we are looking for cask strength expressions. 40% doesn’t do it to whisky anoraks these days, right?

    I do hope many distilleries will follow and release cask strength, even at a young age, so we can experience the true flavour of undiluted goodness.

    http://whiskyisrael.co.il/2011/11/18/my-auchentoshan-journey-continues-the-valinch/

     

     

  22. dicembre29 scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    The nose…

    Creamy vanilla ice cream, orange and tangerine. Think creamsicle, as I alluded to in the first lines above. This is like a creamy dessert malt if ever I met one. Very, very fresh mouthwatering fruit. Smooth, sweet almond notes provide a subtle icing over the oak base. Man…I would never…ever…peg this as an Auchentoshan. Beautiful composition and obviously stellar cask policy. I think all reviews I’ve read referred to that orange/tangerine combo, and sure ‘nough…both I and the Maltmonster found those notes screaming from the rooftops on first meet as well.

    The palate brings sweet orange fruit candy and pears in syrup. Vanilla is right up front, but in a subtle sashaying way…none too in your face. It is slightly jammy as well. Still young and lovely for it.

    I’m a fan. And the most pleasant surprise of all? The wee l’il price tag attached. Brilliant. Thanks, Auchentoshan…you’ve made a believer.

    http://www.allthingswhisky.com/?cat=110

     

     

  23. Albaron scored this whisky 77 points Specialist

    Not bad and a lot of oak for this NAS whisky. But it seems very unbalanced and immature. He would probably mature a little longer.
    • Nose
      alcoholic, oily, vanilla sweetness, caramel, some citrus fruits, water does it well, takes the alcoholic touch and brings out the flavors more. Even here comes oak through.
    • Taste
      Strongly alcoholic, vanilla sweetness and caramel, oak surprisingly strong, slightly bitter and a hint of malt, with added water he gains even more, the alcohol is virtually gone. Oak and malt get even more out, but unfortunately there is also a youthful metallicity or heat. Mint could also be called it with good will.
    • Finish
      a very short finish, the oak and a sweetness remains

  24. Whiskyinagogo scored this whisky 91 points Member Senior

    Wonderfully complex and engaging for such an obviously young whisky.
    • Nose
      Herbal, some heat, sweet vanilla and toffee notes, wintergreen ointment, ginger spice, some floral notes, citus, and Mentho-Lyptus drops.
    • Taste
      Sweet honeyed arrival followed by some heat, some cereal, and notes of Parma Violet.
    • Finish
      A lingering hot cereal and cinnamon finish.

  25. Xstream scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    I love the nose. Sweet vanilla, creamy and fruity. 

    The taste is just as good, but a bit restless. You notice it's still a young whisky. It does get (a lot!) better after opening the bottle and giving it some air to settle. So, add a bit of water and let it sit for 15 mins can make a big difference.

    The finish is light & fruity. 

    Excellent after dinner or summer whisky at a great price (cask strength too).
    • Nose
      92 92
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      88 88

  26. Playdie scored this whisky 79 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      83 83
    • Finish
      70 70

  27. ricallende scored this whisky 79 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      81 81
    • Taste
      77 77
    • Finish
      79 79

  28. Unterlander scored this whisky 67 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      82 82
    • Taste
      70 70
    • Finish
      50 50

  29. Unterlander scored this whisky 67 points Member Senior

    For a cask strength fairly flat and unbalanced. For me rather disappointing. The Valinch would have done well a few more years in the barrel, he lacks maturity.
    • Nose
      light; fresh, alcoholic note; something like solvent; then vanilla and bitter citrus (lime, grapefruit?); becomes "softer" with good water; the alcohol disappears, fruit comes through better
    • Taste
      Strong and strong at the start; spicy and "crispy"; malty oak will then settle on something fruity With a good shot of water: still very strong, but now much fruity; wide range, citrus to coconut; clear oak notes come after; Alcohol is always present despite the water
    • Finish
      Here comes out clearly the oak, but disappears quite quickly. Rather short.

  30. maetz scored this whisky 73 points Expert Junior

    Aroma: Citrus fruits, lemonade, grapefruit, fresh one spring day in the morning, subtle vanilla, bay leaf (?), Nutmeg, lemon cake Addition water (0.75) Very soft lemony aroma, lemon sorbet, no more grapefruit, becomes highly one-dimensional Taste: strong onset, spicy, fresh pepper, covered tongue, light sweetness which gives way quickly, a grapefruit taste occurs increases to bitter almonds, adding water: no more strong start, rather slowly building / rising .. Finish: Medium long, rather disappointing (would have wanted something else) because no freshness left only bitter chocolate 90% addition of water here similar behavior, no real surprises, impression rather discreet Do not skin me off the stool. Maybe that's because I had higher expectations. To date, the weakest Auchentoshan which I had in the glass but also not directly comparable to the 18er, 21er, Cooper's Reserve or the Solera which I all like

  31. joep scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      84 84

  32. Ivynor scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Not bad as an aperitif and for cinnamon lovers.
    • Nose
      Cinnamon, varnish, wood, vanilla
    • Taste
      Mouth less expressive, a little alcoholic, green, rather dry. But by cons, it's sweet and cinnamon armored!
    • Finish
      Medium, on wood, vanilla and cinnamon container doors

  33. alectron scored this whisky 80 points Connoisseur

    Single dram note (Dramfest NZ 2012)
    Transferring previous Note (2011.02.29) content into a Tasting Note.
    • Nose
      big red bubblegum (cinamon & artificial sweetness), lemon (slightly dishwasher-y), mushrooms, young, grainy, spirit-y (80)
    • Taste
      vanilla galore, cinnamon but less than on the nose (83)
    • Finish
      young, grainy, brightly woody, spirit-y (77)

  34. Xstream scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    Fresh, fruity, especially apple and pear. Glazed sugar, marzipan, vanilla, cake, creme brulee, with some mild sweet spices like cinnamon mainly and clove in there too. Mild oaky finish with some grape bitter, salt, heat and lingering sweetness. Good dessert whisky too. A typical and interesting lowland whisky. 

    Has much more going on then i first thought. Actually from being one of my worst whisky's, this became one of my favorites. It really got better after some time with some air in the bottle. Much more aggressive at first. Add some water and let it breath for +- 20 mins before drinking. Takes some time for the flavors to surface. 

    The weakest part of this whisky is the finish. It shows it's still quite young and spirity. But all the other flavors are spot on. And considering the price a no brainer :)

  35. Malt Hans scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    Fruity and
    floral aroma, ripe melon, orange juice, heather honey, dry hay, vanilla
    and cinnamon. Marzipan sweet taste, pepper, orange marmalade, vanilla
    and malt. Medium long, spicy and malty end.

  36. rinuskrijnen scored this whisky 79 points Expert Junior

    Beautiful whisky, slightly stronger, more complex, fresher and more fruity than the 10 year old, but not significantly different in taste. The caskstrength more possibilities to the whisky to hand with the addition of water.
    • Nose
      79 79
    • Taste
      79 79
    • Finish
      79 79

  37. MerliSYD did not rate this whisky Member Junior

    • Nose
      Vanilla, plums, bourbon, stewed fruits, brown sugar and molasses
    • Taste
      Bitter oak, salty vanilla, sweet stone fruits (plums and nectarines), waxy honeycomb, banoffee pie
    • Finish
      Medium length finish, predominately sweet. Wet hay, vanilla, peppery creme brulee

  38. Edwin de Lange scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    A lovely lowlander!

  39. granella2003 scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      85 85

  40. D3US scored this whisky 82 points Expert Senior

    I found this one very hard to describe. If you ask me, don't put much water in this, it gets a little dull with too much.
    • Nose
      Salty. Flowery, some vanilla and citrus fruit. Hard to get anything else, but somehow it's quite nice.
    • Taste
      Intensely sweet without water, with water not very impressive. Vanilla and a nice creaminess to it. A rather gentle taste.
    • Finish
      Vanilla again, maybe some dessert-like flavors. Creamy still, which is quite nice.

  41. m884 scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Nose: Vanilla, lemon, slightly grassy with hay, rather subtle

    Mouth: sweet & malt, vanilla, a bit oak

    Finish: spices, sweet`isch, a bit oak, hay, vanilla, a tad honey, medium long

    Comment: lovely lowland whisky and a good intro point to Auchentoshan.

  42. granella2003 scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    A very pure and also very popular whisky, non-chill filtered, giving it a distinct flavor to it, at very reasonable price!
    • Nose
      A very pleasant scent of creme brulee with beautiful flower-like and fruity notes with a hint of honey in the background to detect is
    • Taste
      Sweet and creamy taste of (tropical) fruit such as pineapple, coconut, kiwi and strawberries overflowing in a full flavor of oranges
    • Finish
      A sweet, fresh and long finish

  43. d1scostu scored this whisky 75 points Expert Senior

    Nose: vanilla, light grapes, it comes quite a bit; with water: sweetness, rose soap, slightly spritig, later spicy, almonds, very few and rather fine notes, ok
    Taste: hot, pepper, chili, slightly oily, old green apple, disappointing
    Finish: very short finish, tongue burns longer, weak
    • Nose
      80 80
    • Taste
      73 73
    • Finish
      71 71

  44. Erik Elixir scored this whisky 75 points Connoisseur

    N: vanilla, crème brûlée, fresh, pepper, paper/carton, sourish - Atjar Tjampoer
    T: orange peel, ginger cookie (speculaas) and almond paste
    F: creamy, lemon and pepper
    a typical Toshan to me, looks just like the CS expression of the classic apart from some nice flavours in the taste

  45. Moxi scored this whisky 86 points Member Junior

    A good whisky. It comes in cask strength and that makes it to a bargain. I like it.
    • Nose
      Fruity. Oranges, bananas. No Crème Brûlée here but fruitcake and of course vanilla
    • Taste
      Pepper in a pleasant way, warm blackberries and Panna cotta
    • Finish
      Suprisingly long, sparkling on the tongue, the vanilla comes again and the blackberry disapears

  46. Jonkers scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    This is a typical "makes-you-very-drunk-in notime"-whisky....
    So for me one dram (maybe 2) an evening will certainly do....
    • Nose
      Fruity with hints of raspberry, strawberry and blueberry. Also honey and vanilla.
    • Taste
      Violent from the start but maybe the alcohol is the causative. Peppery too. But after that, sweetness ! The raspberry floats to the top. Also a hint of honey.
    • Finish
      After the pepper and the bitterness: sweetness ! You keep tasting the berries, especially the raspberry.

  47. mmaclean scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    love the fact that more distilleries are coming out with Cask strength and letting the buyer decide how much water to add, or like me don't add!
    • Nose
      Banana creme pie, cinnamon soaked green apples, oak, nutmeg
    • Taste
      More banana, oily, buttery, charred oak, vanilla
    • Finish
      lengthy, sweet, spice on the end.

  48. mmaclean scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    The nose is of bananas, apples, figs, dates, oak. Taste like a creme brulee dessert, a bit oily, buttery, plantains cooked with butter and cinnamon. Body is complex yet spectacular and vibrant. Finish is of great length and more sweetness with a pudding effect on the tail end.
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      85 85

  49. mmaclean scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    I like this edition for the creme brulee like taste and the gobs of vanilla. Every so often you find a dram that is like dessert and that can appeal to the female gender, this is it! The flavor palate is complex and a nice ABV 57.5% Love the full strength, even with a drop or two of water.

  50. markjedi1 scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    The name 'Valinch' is easily explained, as it's the name of the copper pipette used to draw the whisky straight from the cask. The Valinch has no age statement, which means it's rather young. It is in fact the cask strength version of the popular Classic. I got to taste this just after it's release during my visit to the distillery in 2011. It's a limited release.

    This is much better than the Classic, which I found to be somewhat simple. A worthy big brother, if you ask me. This is also the first whisky created by Jeremy Stephens, the new Senior Blender of the Morrison-Bowmore group. They have put the right man in the right place.
    • Nose
      The nose burst with sweet vanilla, as we are used to from young Auchentoshan. And there is a sweet touch of citrus as well. Crème brûlée and some fresh barley.
    • Taste
      The attack is quite peppery to be followed immediately with wonderfully soft and creamy liquid that warms the mouth. This makes me happy. It's the perfect summer dram. Perfectly drinkable without water, despite the high ABV, but with a few drops of water it doesn't lose any of it's punch and remains fully flavoured.
    • Finish
      The finish is crisply like a vanilla biscuit and last quite a while.

  51. QuarterCentury scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    A fan pressure inspired bottling from Auchentoshan, taking their best selling Classic and then bottling at cask strength. The Valinch (or alternative The Whisky Thief) is the `proper` name for the tube used to extract some whisky from the barrel for tasting. 

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