Broger Burn Out

Overall rating
Single Malt
Distillery Bottling
Bottling serie
Heavily Peated Malt
42.0 % Vol.
700 ml
Added on
08 Dec 2012 6:59 pm

Average value

€ 54,00

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Whisky Reviews for Broger Burn Out

4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 43.27 points

  1. Fight65 scored this whisky 82 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      80 80
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      83 83

  2. lupowolf63 scored this whisky 39 points Expert Junior

    • Nose
      40 40
    • Taste
      42 42
    • Finish
      40 40

  3. Achany scored this whisky 51 points Connoisseur

    burnt rubber, moldy, at first unpleasant, the nose is not pleased! Taste suffers from this impression and is only marginally better. The taste as whisky completely uninteresting. However, a nice compliment during a whisky evening with friends, provides material for discussion, nice of the "technical side". You can see what you can do with distillates, but do you have to? Not everything that is feasible makes sense, therefore a disappointment for me
    • Nose
      47 47
    • Taste
      54 54
    • Finish
      52 52

  4. myrlo did not rate this whisky Member Senior

    Tasting Notes by WhiskyExperts.net (March 03, 2014): Nose: Intense, the loudest bull in the stable, lackig, oily, subtle touch of car tires, very substantial overall impression, yellowish, salty, brackish, then the impression is a bit lactile, buttery, fresh shoe polish, initially dominated by the gum notes, little cereal notes , Iodine, kelp, maritime, a cool afternoon on the Antlantikk├╝ste, oysters, brine, cucumber, takes some time and develops wonderful roasted notes of dried fruit and nuts, roasted hazelnuts and Brazil nuts, also benefits greatly from water, is again louder and louder incredibly filling Palate: sweetish, creamy, tightly woven, vanilla, dark caramel, chocolate, first milk chocolate but it develops rather a darker bitter cocoa touch, again brioche and fresh maritime brine, ink, black wet stones, vegetable, burnt notes of mushrooms, shitake , some butternut squash, chervil, sorrel, roasted garlic, positively connoted brackish, octopus, soy, umami, medium-bodied, tart sweetness, caramel - dense, but not charmless, rather medium-bodied, well drawn, also profoundly beneficial on the palate , creamy, fragrant, fresh Finish: Large length, darkly aromatic, slightly fruity, red berries, towards the end the notes of gum attract attention, dry-sweetness, bready, nutty, chased wood balance, finely drawn tannins, round notes on tap, supportive, not dominant, supple, waxy All in all, what a challenge, the Burn Out is certainly not the most charming and accessible of all whiskys, no dram, which one quickly "fly over" and polarized with certainty. But this is followed by a real reward, if you get involved in the experience, take your time and discover the diversity. A great balance of the individual components sets in, the mouthfeel is wonderfully balanced, very fine use of wood and, despite the strength and aromatic depth, characterized by elegance. Whisky from Austria is also so extreme, so playful, innovative and successful. Very good. Slainte and with the best spirits, Reinhard Pohorec


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