- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Single Cask - Batch 4
- Stated Age
- 21 years old
- Pedro Ximénez Sherry Puncheon
- Number of bottles
- 54.1 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 07 Jun 2011 7:49 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Glendronach 1989
12 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.65 points
- Nice and rounded. A friend to a lot of persons.
PX influence = 100%. Dried fruit (mainly sultanas), caramel, maple syrup, cocao, honey, apricot and peach. Still a little "fraicheur" of mint.
Sweet and coating, with loads of dark sugar, dried fruit, stewed plum, sherry, cocoa, coffee and mint.
Still syrup-y, with ample dried fruit (this time, more date than raisins), apricot, cocoa, and some pepper.
- Batch 4 contains the following bottles:
1971 cask 1436
1972 cask 712
1989 cask 2917
1990 cask 1032
1992 cask 161
1994 cask 97
- Blind tasting.
Toffee, raisins, orange and forest fruits - blackberries and raspberries.
Figs, dates, orange and syrup. Tea, some liquorice, raisins and old port.
Coffee, spices - some pepper and orange. Caramel and raisins.
Plum, toffee, mocha, hazelnut, caramel, cherry, raisin, oak, vanilla, chocolate, cranberry, blood orange, liquorice and spice. A tiny whiff of sulphur as well. A bit port-like.
Caramel, mocha, raisin, cherry, dark chocolate, salty liquorice, apple, hazelnut, cinnamon, pepper, clove and apple. Just a little sulphur.
Caramel, dark chocolate, plum, liquorice, espresso, raisin, cherry, oak, spice and apple.
- Transferring previous Note (2011.12.29) content into a Tasting Note.
quite a faint nose
as well. couverture/chocolate, hazelnuts, juniper, old wood, tea
leaves, mushrooms, dusted sugar, mushrooms, meaty (85)
chocolate syrup with a good portion of leather, some herbal cough drops, then turning sweeter, the dusted sugar again, (88).
then even some malty notes next to the complex sherry & malt notes,
quite a bit of dryness as well but hardly any wood to taste, sligtly
card board ish, feels somewhat alcoholic in the end at the beginning
which seems to subside and is replaced by some more syrupy sweet