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Whisky Reviews for Great King Street Artist's Blend
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.25 points
- Eyes: Light gold and smell. Nose: a little varnish, a little vanilla, cream, green plants, jasmine, a little fruit, some tropical fruits and honey. Palate: banana water, fruit jelly, bibab bubble gum, slightly raw Tofu, chaotic fruit platter (temperate, tropical and citrus fruits all have a bit).
Final rhyme Finish: long, jasmine mint, citrus hard candy, wheat body Body: medium light, not much oil
Overall: The wine is too weak, the flavor is not concentrated, and the fruit is so interesting.
Sourly, lemons and grass
Cereals, almond, honey and a bit malty
- Fine, delicate, light, rather neutral at first, slightly fruity on the finish (fresh fruit): here is the nose of this 50% malt 50% grain blend. On the palate, very vegetal, a bittersweet. The texture is delicately creamy. The finale oscillates between fruits and spicy herbs. Very nice for a drink.
Honey, leather and caramel. Lemon and floral rose. Chocolate and
banana. Soft and fragrant. Surely the Clynelish are detected here.
P- Mild candy sweet, medium weight and crisp. Thin layer of muted spices.
F- Medium length, smooth with a ginger spicy at the tail.
— at The Whisky Bar, Kuala Lumpur.
- Malty nose, cereals, frangipane, ether. Attack slightly sweet, always cereals and almond, a little alcoholic. Final dry and very short, slightly minty but the alcohol is too present in the form of ether, alcohol 90%. Pretty basic, lack of elegance.