- Single Malt
- Adelphi (AD)
- Stated Age
- 16 years old
- First Fill Sherry Butt
- Number of bottles
- 57.9 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 22 Apr 2009 8:08 am
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29 × member ratings
35 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Breath of Speyside 1991 AD
8 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.04 points
- Tasting Notes by Adelphi;
1 of only 577 bottles from cask 4229
From a “secret” distillery in Speyside, this whisky has taken much of its character from the cask, a first-fill ex-sherry butt. The colour is deep amber, and the nose seems to match, being at once profound and fresh/citric: plain chocolate oranges, wrapped in orange peel, then caramel creams and real vanilla pods, then sweet tobacco. Water does not raise the ghost of brimstone immediately, although there is a whiff in due course to combine with the overall scent of saddle-soap. The texture is rich, and the taste picked up all at the back of the tongue: there is little sweetnsss, no acidity, a interesting saltiness and an after-taste of coffee beans dipped in chocolate. A manly dram!
- There`s other (reliable) sources that claim this to be a Mortlach...
But who knows.
- Very good malt, especially for friends of moderate sherry influence.
Dark, sweet and over-ripe grapes mixed with a pleasant touch of dry wood. Dry forest soil in autumn. Foliage, but sometimes sandy soil.
My goodness, he has power! No Sherrytunte, but a reticent representative of his guild. But very powerful with full body. Suesser still as the nose.
Good in length and the flavors preserving or again ausholend.
- Undisclosed Glenfarclas.
- ... iddich ???
... arglas ???please pick one
- If I tell you, I will properly be served with a lawsuit from Glenf......
- And what distillery is this, st7 ??