- Single Malt
- That Boutique-y Whisky Company (TBWC)
- Number of bottles
- 47.2 % Vol.
- 500 ml
- Added on
- 18 Jan 2013 8:54 pm
2 × in wishlist
6 × member ratings
18 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Braes of Glenlivet Batch 1 TBWC
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.50 points
- A drinkable but unremarkable dram. The oily mouthfeel and body makes it more worthwhile that many bourbon casks but it turn it did not have the pleasant fruitiness of many bourbon cask Speysiders. 84.
Light, sweetish nose with vanilla and a touch of honey. Vanilla based pudding like tapioca. Custard cream biscuits. Light balsa wood in the background. Talcum powder or light soap. Very little change with water except for a light green fruit like gooseberries or unripe pears develops.
Malty and oily taste that coats the inside of your mouth in a rewarding way. Waxy Apples. Touch of spice mainly cinnamon and white pepper. With water some talcum powder appears.
medium long with cinnamon and white pepper.
- Modern bourbon cask driven whisky. Not very exciting, but easy drinkable.
Vanilla and honey. Custard powder. Cedar wood as well. Flowery notes.
Quite waxy and buttery. Sweet fruitiness of bananas and peach. Butterscotch. Coconut. Toasted oak. Aniseed,
Medium long. Gingery. Cinnamon. A little pepper.
- Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Brandy butter and vanilla. Hints of tropical fruit, manuka honey and soft spices.Palate: Cinnamon and orange blossom honey. A hint of parma violets, lemon curd and tarte tatin. Beautifully creamy vanilla custard.Finish: Massively long finish with notes of salted butter and allspice.Overall: Rich, buttery and creamy - delicious!
- comic book style label
Tom and Justin. driving up to visit Scotlands many whisky distilleries in a car
laden with Evian (Justins very lifeblood). The inspiration for the label was
the fact that it was Braes o Glenlivet that drew the trio into the wonderful
world of whisky in the first place.