- Whiskybase ID
- Blended Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 17 Aug 2012 7:33 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Meyer's Pur Malt
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 78.67 points
- a "pure malt", light, simple, less trafficoté than the blend, more posed, rounder!
vanilla, malt, almond and a little fruit
back woody, malty and spicy.
vanilla, a smoky side that stands out, sugar, malt, pits and undifferentiated fruits
short, simple, almost sweet sweetness in the mouth
- Dear darling, do not break the stick too hard over this drop! Almost a bit rude about some other attempts to imitate the Scottish standards, I have reconciled myself through this "Pure Malt" again. I think it's delicious! And I am a little scared after consulting the homepage of Meyer's: He is no longer in the local assortment. Therefore, anyone who sees such a bottle on the shelf of a retailer, grab it immediately and enjoy this fine everyday drop.
(My bottle carries the number 14'338)
Addendum: Found in the meantime again on said homepage and also on the shelves of the sales shops. Luckily it was a false alarm!
Cereals, tree nuts, almond kernels, exotic fruits (papaya, mango, peaches, apples - as far as these also fall under exotic fruits ...), it is autumnal. This feeling was optically helped with a bit more color addition.
this whole wonderful range of smells is now rolling along the tongue, also some chocolate. Slight bitterness of noble nature.
and now a Aufbäumen, whereby in addition to the duller shares (green tea) and the fruit fires previously created in the same firing press their distinctive stamp.
- alcohol, vanilla, a side woody and almonds, then a small peaty taste that remains in the mouth, and that stands out from the little brother!
- Nose: simple, not alcoholic, with sugar, vanilla, young wood.
On the palate: very easy, sweet with a little bitterness. vanilla. Really no complexity. New barrel impression more important than on the nose and not very pleasant.
Final: Quite short, with more sugar, vanilla.
Less interesting than his little brother, the Meyer`s Blend, much more focused on vanilla and sugar cane, almost a rum. The stork had to make a mistake by landing on a chimney of the distillery ...