- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Single Cask Release
- Bourbon Cask
- Number of bottles
- 63.7 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- 323/10 12/8/15
- Bottled for
- Bresser & Timmer
- Added on
- 22 Sep 2015 9:50 pm by Albaron
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Whisky Reviews for Kilchoman 2010
3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.04 points
- This whisky has a vary good balance between sweetness and peaty. The aromas combine typical notes from bourbon cask like vanilla, cream brûlée, ice-cream, and camembert, seaweeds, sea salt, oysters and peated notes of Kilchoman spirit. The taste is peaty, spicy, earthly and dusty with oysters and light vanilla sweetness. The same notes go to the long finish added cheese and salt. As a result it’s a very good and tasty whisky.
- A very successful combination of a bourbon barrel and Kilhoman's base, the barrel not so much as to suppress the base, rather the base was not so strong and harmoniously merged with the bourbon derivatives, very, very dignified, dense, deep and rich, once again asserted in opinion - Kilhoman is only good a fortress in excess of 50%.
Clear, raw, light notes of peat and ash, vegetables - celery, tomatoes; light manure tones, grindstone, flint, Bengal fire, light hints of salted mushrooms, salted cucumbers; solvent, freshly processed wood.
Powerful, oak, sweet, strong pepper wave
Powerful, spicy, candied ginger, white and pink pepper, orange peel, sweet confectionery notes - custard, shortcake with jam; slightly astringent and astringent oak.
- 86 points without water - still young and angry, yet big and strong, bites your tongue
88 almost 89 points with two drops of water in a 2 cl dram, brings out the best of the bourbon cask maturation (my favourite for a Kilchoman)