- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- American/European Oak Sherry & Bourbon Casks
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottled for
- The Whisky Shop
- Added on
- 26 Apr 2014 9:28 pm by John Barleycorn
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Whisky Reviews for Glenturret Triple Wood
7 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 79.60 points
- The three different types of casks have given it some depth, but it still remains a little malt. Having said that, you can buy this for only 35 EUR, so that is bang for your buck.
The nose offers dried fruit, vanilla, caramel and nuts, but is not very outspoken. Rather ordinary, if you know what I mean. Nothing wrong with it, but it does not rock my boat either.
It is nicely creamy and spicy on the palate. Pepper, ginger and some liquorice. A unexpected salty touch, albeit all the way in the back. Reminds me a bit of pilsner beer. Very malty, indeed.
The finish is sweet, spicy and medium long.
- Useful, tasty, but not too boring, interesting, but not too crazy, about NAS & 40% could complain now ... but if I look at what I get for ~ 37 € otherwise, he is qualitatively (taste) in equal society.
Dried fruits, chocolate, some floor wax, gentle, dry heat ... after a while dry culinary herbs
creamy, nougat, milk chocolate, malt ... then oak, pepper, some ground cumin ?, nutmeg?
medium, milk chocolate with pepper
- Nice alldaydram. Much better in the nose than in the mouth.
Nice first nose, lots of sweetness and honey, malt in the background. Orange sweets and vanilla.
Short is the sweetness of the nose there, but is killed by really much oak.
Otherwise, the force does not allow much.
Is something on the tongue, but the whisky stays on the tongue for a long time.