- Single Grain
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Special No. 3
- Number of bottles
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 13 Jul 2014 10:14 pm by 404fred
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Whisky Reviews for Millstone Ménage à Trois
17 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.77 points
There is the obvious glue smell, but that fades away. Then there is hay, sawdust and a hint of stewed apples. The smell reminds me of corn and other grain silo's. There is a hint of vanilla in the background.
Sweet. Little sour. Quit fruity. There is a recognizable grain part in the taste. There is oak, vanilla and honey. Body:
Full and creamy
Medium-long length. There is the vanilla burst. together with creamy caramel. It lasts surprisingly long for such a young whisky.
Realy well priced, it must be the last bottles which are for sale now.
Sober and decent.
- Nice! The 100% Rye of the same house will seduce more easily those who appreciate rather a passion and a facet more dirty.
gourmand, pastry chef, vanilla. Clean. lemony. An elegant woody touch.
the mouth follows the nose without much surprise; it's well done, of medium length. Without asperities, it is the ideal dram for a start of the taste buds. It will seduce by its balance and its delicacy. Coconut, vanilla, malt and a touch of spice in shambles.
A little short, but nice; a smooth fade-out
- I taste SG's after 5 minutes and then let them rest for an hour or so.
After 5 min: Glue in the background, a little caramel, strong nutty smell and heavy citrus.
After 1 hour: Glue still at the background, nose stays the same but far in the back a twist of anise is developing.
After 5 min: Nuts and citrus, very few glue. Very creamy, but it has a sharpness that reveals either young age or high ABV. In this case probably the age.
After 1 hour: the nuts stay, a heavy sweetness of the citrus is coming to the front, the anise is tastable
After 5 min: Medium short
After 1 hour: Medium
Light caramel, lemon peel, varnish, apples, salmiac, vanilla
There's a unnatural sweetness to it. alcohol kicks in, lemon, cumin.
Only that unnatural sweetness stays for a long time.