- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Sherry Single Cask
- Sherry Butt
- Number of bottles
- 60.6 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottled for
- La Maison du Whisky
- Added on
- 23 Sep 2015 12:47 pm by Vincent2
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23 × member ratings
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Whisky Reviews for Kilchoman 2010 - The Trilogy
4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.15 points
- Onion soup, black pepper, cold meat, salted peanuts, charred wood, coniferous wood, rubber, metal shavings, milk chocolate, blueberries, sugar candies. Very soft and delicate whisky!
- Actually I cannot understand Serge's rating of 83 points and the comment that this one is boring. This dram is an excellent if not even outstanding Single Malt with a lot of facets. I am a bit disappointed that I shared my only bottle :-)
Edit: The second try was not as special as the first.. Nose is still good but not as outstanding as the alcohol seems to be not as good included as remembered. Nevertheless a very good dram which is no more 91 but 88 points today :-)
Barbecue-Sauce, Honey, smoke, salt
You do not smell the alcohol at all. Outstanding nose for a 5y old :-) Reminds me a lot on the great 2004 Ledaigs
Very sweet start with a lot of honey, a lot of salt as usual for Kilchoman, barbecue-sauce and honey again.
The finish is sweet & smokey and so nice :-)
- Note by Serge Valentin from whiskyfun.com:
Kilchoman 2010/2015 'The Trilogy' (60.6%, OB, for LMDW, sherry butt, 642 bottles) I hope this is no PX finish, let’s pray… Our Father, who art in Heaven… Colour: gold. Nose: fine. Peat and walnuts, some leather, some tobacco, and no f**** raisins! H.u.r.r.a.y.! With water: fine, clean, almondy, relatively rounded… Hessian, cough syrup, oyster juice, and then more and more plasticine. Playful ;-). And marzipan. Mouth (neat): bye-bye raisins indeed. Sharp and whistle-clean, almost angular, very lemony, with a feeling of peated kiwis. There. With water: very very good. The youth shows, but this is bright and the sherry is rather minimalistic. Coz, in my opinion, sherry on young peaters can make it all apocalyptical. Like mustard in coffee. Finish: quite long, quite good, balanced, rounded and nervous at the same time… Comments: a very good bottle for sure, but I miss that thing that they managed to get in Loch Gorm. Come on, what’s the secret? SGP:456 - 83 points.