- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- The Revival - Komagatake
- Stated Age
- 03 years old
- Ex-Bourbon Casks
- Number of bottles
- 58.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 12 Aug 2014 10:51 am by wbarchive_350097
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Whisky Reviews for Mars 2011
18 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.81 points
- Needs some water to get a better flavor palet.
- Fine spicy and non-alcoholic.
- 15 ml / ¥500 @ Komagatake Distillery Bar.
Appearance: Straw gold.
Nose: Alcohol burn, toasted oak, honey, vanilla, something slightly pukey.
Palate: Honey, alcohol heat, vanilla, peat.
Finish: Peppery, tannic, spiky, with honey and smoke.
With Water: Obviously needs water. Still a bit too spiky though. The honey and peat come out more nicely.
Overall: As the server said to me, it’s rather unrefined compared to what they are doing nowadays. Ok.
- Honey , vanilla, green apple, pineapple, bubblegum, cereals, interesting and easy to drink
- exceptionally good for a three year old whisky. I have high expectations for future Komagatake from Mars.
- Beautiful very young, but very powerful and rich with the silence with an impressive depth for his age and complexity, very pleased with the combination of brass-moonshine notes with the rest of the ensemble of taste. Far not a masterpiece, of course, and the age of children is felt, but it turned out perfectly, in full accordance with the name. Regarding the very old-fashioned, by the way, Glenglasso Evolution is recalled, a similar young Molt, where these notes also prevailed, but there was a complete failure, but everything turned out well, the producer's reminder.
Open, powerful, flower-honey, pollen, propolis, warm processed wood, scented, moonshine (in this case very to the place and harmoniously combined with other ingredients), fresh berry notes with acidity, carpentry workshop, a little varnish and solvent, lemonade Sieve, dried peel of orange and lemon, vanilla, stone dust.
Thick, rich, oak, honey, sweet floral notes, peppery wave, all this on a bright moonshine with waves of ripe bragging from jam, I'll note again that everything goes very well here, eucalyptus and mint, more likely even menthol, again spicy, slightly bitter oak.
Juicy, oak with ginger-pepper burning, kvasnoe wort, burnt caramel, lemon in sweet tea, cherries and strawberries, a little lost in power and strength to taste and aroma.