- Single Malt
- Gordon & MacPhail (GM)
- Bottling serie
- Licensed Bottling
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 29 Dec 2011 9:27 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Strathisla 1998 GM
4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 80.86 points
- Strathisla 1988/2011 GM 70cl 43% vol.JIS Cork Type-gold capsule This is Strathisla of this label after a long time! Besides, it seems like anything, it is not a long-maturing system of Kotecote, but it is nervous on the contrary Color: 12 years? As it is, you can have a slight sense of transparency! A place where it is not transparent is a subtle rotation and maturity years are felt.The huge pretty shadow can not accumulate enough to be decorated with a flower shop! this is! Nose: Oily that does not smell at all, oily with alcohol, alcohol with tea Attack: The moment when bitterness and cracker's bitterness and sweetness intersect slightly intertwine, this little butter & silky is unique to Strathisla Body: Bandamweight that I made a lot of pretty. Taste: I do not have a corner, it is sharp, fluffy bitter in the transparent feeling.I have no eggy but thin cheese with instantaneous power.The creamy non smelly cheese Baumkuchen and straight tea are also healthy Fiinish: Surprisingly glass and metallic feeling seems to be a proof of youth, a pleasant lingering finish, a rare cheesecake and lotus root scattered slightly, pretty little Aaron Alpha Come with Finish! After all, Strathisla has to do this! It was a rare cup that is not long ripe or short ripe! Whether Strathisla is alive or not! https://whisky2010.usukeba.com/u/whisky2010/1fyhars9jthzi9
- Malty and fruity aroma, peat, oat porridge,
apple pie, wet hay, cheese and vanilla. Vanilla sweet taste, mint,
cinnamon, pepper, orange marmalade, burnt almonds and malt. Medium long,
malty and spicy end.
- A disappointing Strathisla. Very modern, cask driven, whisky with lots of vanilla and caramel.
Yeasty and cardboardy. Some fruit of melon and pear. Flowery notes. Violet. Nutiness.
Green tea, that´s my first impression. Then followed by yellow apples and vanilla. Toasted oak as well. Honey and almonds.
Medium long. Sweetness. Spice of white pepper and nutmeg. Also cinnamon. Liquorice.
- This is a rather simple Strathisla. Thanks, Jeroen,
for the sample.
The nose shows the typical fruitiness of Strathisla, but
also has a metallic side, as if it was poured from a can. Some toffee and
caramel on the sweet side. Hazelnuts. Coffee. Pleasant, but simple.
Rather light on the palate, but nice on the spices. Very sweet, now. Vanilla and loads of caramel are joined by some fruit,
but nothing out of the ordinary.
The finish is rather short and offers nothing new.