- Blended Grain
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 01 year old
- New American Oak, Cabernet & Chardonnay
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 08 Apr 2016 2:10 pm by Shane_IL
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Whisky Reviews for Golani Two Grain
4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 79.00 points
- Surprising!!! Pride of Golan Heights!!!
Sweet. Vanilla. Fresh wood. Flowers. Marzipan. Become more sweet with a drop of water.
Sweet again. Sweet apple. Vanilla. Pear. Marshmallow.
Very long and deep. Warming.
- This is a very young whisky, and as long as you know what that means going in, it’s quite enjoyable. Quite gentle for something so young, just wish some of the nicer notes in here were a bit more dominant or more developed, but that takes time. Hopefully with some age that will happen.I prefer this over some similarly priced imported blends and I’m really looking forward to trying the more aged stuff once it’s available.
Reviewed in my blog: https://iwriteaboutstuffilike.com/2016/05/12/golan-heights-distillery-golani-two-grain-israeli-whisky/
New make. This is quite young, so expected. Doesn’t fade away altogether with some glass time, but it gets gentler. Apple cider. Grape flavour. Bit of a sweet herbal note. Fennel and such. Bit of a floral note. If I hold this a little further away from my nose there’s a really nice spice note, barely noticeable, but very very nice.
Grainy. Grapey. Bit of a grainy edge but nothing offensive. Bit of honey. Bitter wood and woodspice on the swallow.
Short: Hot apple cider with raisins and spice. Lingering grain and bitter wood notes.