- Blended Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bourbon Barrels
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- L5335L2283 16:34
- Added on
- 23 Jan 2016 9:31 pm by nkwd
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Whisky Reviews for Writer's Tears Copper Pot
19 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 79.62 points
- Nose and finish are better and fuller than body. Sweet and fruity, pretty strong for only 40%. Easy but pretty tasty whiskey.
Fruity, citrus, green apples, floral. Sweet as well, vanilla and honey, pretty some alcohol for such a low Abv.
A little tingling, pretty soft and smooth, vanilla, a little of peach as well. A bit pale taste.
Still a little tingling. Pretty short at first, but it's gets stronger and longer after some while. Sweet, some peach again, pretty warming actually.
- Smooth Irish, nice and tidy with no surprises.
- Not bad for a cheap whisky.
Very sweet bourbon
- I know it's cheap but it is also pretty awful, if I had to look for a positive it is that I can actually drink.
My MOTR score is 75 points, this is below that.
Sweet and sickly,
Caramel, toffee, vanilla
- That was my "Daily Dram" so far. Uncomplicated, light and tasty, perfect for the summer or if you do not feel like an extensive tasting. You can also offer beginners, just nice made. For the experienced connoisseur certainly a bit boring, but he does what he should. And I do not have to say anything for the price.
fresh apple, vanilla, toasted wood, malt, very slightly spicy
Malty, sweet, toast, vanilla, apple, almonds, tender oak
medium (4/10), malty with light roasted aromas