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Whisky Reviews for Black & White Blended Scotch Whisky
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 69.67 points
- Surprisingly not sharp and secretive whiskey.
- Oddly enough, found this in a local restaurant. Gave it a try as it was intriguing enough over other standard whisky options. Nice summer dram, though not terribly complex.
- Nice blend. To taste it once
Grain, sour citrus, tiny peat
Light oil, grapes, bananas, vanilla, peat, oak
Grain, citrus, vanilla, light peat, oak
- A very simple blend!
fresh, pear, grass, wild herbs, noticeable alcohol note;
mild, soft onset, sweet and fruity pear, bitter Grain flavors;
medium length finish;
- A traditional blend. For the predicate "Blend of the old school", however, he has become over the decades too complacent. Somehow the feeling creeps on me, he wants to please everyone. Unfortunately, he lacks complexity. An "all day blend", unfortunately not anymore. And water is not a good idea ...
Soft, emphasizes fruity, mild scent. Apricot cream with crunchy malt, maybe (but maybe only) a few small crumbs of peat, a tiny smokestail. Lose enormously with water! What remains is a little malty with a hint of chocolate.
Caramelized fruits & some honey. In addition very slight smoky notes, which, one thinks, become stronger. Sounds more complex with "water" than it is honestly said ... some smoke, honey-like sweetness, oaky notes, some malt. Drying towards the end.
Malt, some wood, on which a spoonful of honey runs down, a minimal (woody) dryness. With the addition of water very dry. Honey fights bitter oak. At the same time, the spicy tones slightly numb the tongue.
and light scent of earth, cool steel and rusty. Tart and gentle on the
palate with echoing floral and whiff of sharp spirits and honey.
— at The Bowmore House on Islay.