Overall rating
Pràban na Linne (PNL)
Bottling serie
Connoisseurs' Blend Gaelic Whisky
40.0 % Vol.
700 ml
Added on
30 Dec 2011 4:29 pm

Average value

€ 27,60

5 × in wishlist

67 × member ratings

208 × in collection

Whisky Reviews for Té Bheag Nan Eilean PNL

26 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 79.89 points

  1. Marko_I did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    good, tasty blend, fair price, despite blend / 40% neat taste and bite
    • Nose
      light, tart sour-leathery smoke, with nutty sweetness, some honey and cereals
    • Taste
      bittersweet-spicy - slightly bitter smoky and herbal notes, chocolate, pepper
    • Finish
      medium long, dark chocolate, pepper

  2. Collegiate scored this whisky 75 points Expert Junior

    Revisiting this one for the first time in five years. On the nose sweet and candied, with a little alcohol burn. On the palette, quite sweet with a light wave of peat. Grain roughness there on the finish. Better than a lot of basic entry single malts, but you won’t forget that it’s a blend either.

  3. whiskyd scored this whisky 65 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      63 63
    • Taste
      67 67
    • Finish
      65 65

  4. Totoro scored this whisky 71 points Expert Senior

    Like Black Bottle, this has recently seen a dramtic decrease in quality. Sad, really.

  5. mothers_finest scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    Blind tasting (and surprise) I like the nose! Honey, tangerines, some acid, citrus in general, also a not to be despised dose of oak. So it does not seem so young ...
    The palate is a lot more bitter therefore. Although bitter is the wrong expression, rather spicy. Which barrel ...? Difficult .. I would type in refill sherry? It's not an original bottling because it's different for that. Alcohol strength, I would tap about 43-46.
    So at the finish nothing burns! Nothing! I actually go from 15-20 years. Any Speysider in the Refill Hoggie (a lot of oak speaks rather for a small barrel).
    In the mouth remains so orange chocolate. There are such cookies with orange filling and orange drum ... Pims or something :)
    Maybe a Signatory Glenlivet 20 from the unchill collection or something about the shoot; but honestly - I do not know .. Priced he would be worth the 60-70 € value.

  6. Crann feàrna scored this whisky 81 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      78 78
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      82 82

  7. lincolnimp scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    No wonder I liked this blend and thought it had a high malt content because it contains quite a bit of Talisker in the mix.

  8. ctu scored this whisky 80 points Connoisseur

    Surprisingly good and complex blend at this price category.
    • Nose
      Salted caramel, orange liqueur, prune, cocoa.
    • Taste
      Sour citrus, caramel, plum jam, cinnamon, pear. Cognac notes.
    • Finish
      Medium length, sweet, spicy, slightly smoky.

  9. Fortuna1895 did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    He is spoken "Dschee Wegg". This Gaelic name means "little woman"; the name of the boat pictured on the label. Colloquially Té Bheag also means "little sip". Then I raise my glass! When the first autumn storms knock on the door, it is time for a glass of this wonderful drink - but then please pure ...
    • Nose
      A slightly salty fragrance, a sea breeze, oak staves, a pinch of spices, a little sherry and dark berries offers the scent of this blend. If you add a little water, the nose will be weak and thin-chested at first, but then develop. Pink grapefruit, oak, salt and a little bit of smoke make you want more.
    • Taste
      At first cool and distant, it becomes warm and warm in the mouth. The juice of dark red berries drip from oak staves, followed by a talisker-like chili-catch (or play the senses in the face of the label a prank?). Water gives rise to sweet dark berries in salt water. A light spicy hotness dances along with a few drops of grapefruit juice through the mouth.
    • Finish
      The chilli fire in the above-mentioned flavor is absorbed into the finish, with berry fruit, juicy oak, a small salt accent and a thin, dusty dryness. Water smoothes this clearly. There is only a little disappointing sweet saltiness (salty sweetness, depending on the point of view ...) with a few bitter oak notes ... too bad ..

  10. lincolnimp scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    A good value blend.
    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      81 81
    • Finish
      85 85


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