- Whiskybase ID
- Blended Malt
- Compass Box (CB)
- Bottling serie
- Limited Edition
- Stated Age
- 03 years old
- Barrels from the Buffalo Trace Distillery
- Number of bottles
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottled for
- 60th Anniversary of La Maison du Whisky
- Added on
- 26 Sep 2016 12:12 pm by lrb85
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56 × member ratings
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Whisky Reviews for Whisky de Table Blended Malt Scotch Whisky
8 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.43 points
- What can one say, quasi a prototype whiskey, even for that he does not have so much character but is halfway balanced and drinkable.
Ginger, white pepper, white wine, unripe, hops, light malt, young pear, green apple, nice touch of salt, lemon peel
Nice mixture of acidity, sweetness, light oak, lemon peel and the hint of salt again, a little toffee and white pepper, some gum
Watery, gentle young oak, some lemon zest and pepper, short to medium long
- There is something indistinct, subtle, young, immature, with an admixture of Ladyburg, very watery.
Open, moist, the first nose - grain, moist plaster; raw grain, malt, rubber notes - gas mask, bicycle cameras; Mineral tones, lemon peel, cooked vegetables.
Watery, corn, oak, light rubber notes, peat, caramel, a little pepper, rather subtle
Watery, diluted in water caramel, oak, grain, a few compote shades - dried apricots, peaches and apples boiled in water, light rubber-peat tones.
- Truly a little masterpiece from the House of Compass Box. Just the thing for the warm summer evenings. Light, unobtrusive, yet distinctive and full of character.
As expected, very easy. Strong floral, reminiscent of a summer meadow. There are also fruits, green apples, green pears and lemons. Silently and secretly, a salty sea breeze churns in the nose.
Sweet and very creamy. Strong citrus notes. A light peppery spiciness makes the whole thing more interesting. The salty sea breeze and a hint of smoke complete the taste.
The finish is amazingly long and intense. The sweetness and the sharpness dominate. Finally, a light chocolate tone is added.
- Without lying, it is a simple whiskey, but not ordinary. Indeed I see it actually accompany a meal, the bottle swimming in a champagne bucket filled with ice. At a meal in the garden instead of a rosé that I can not drink. (Whiskey Passion).
Young, malty, shooting very clearly on the bourbon due relentlessly to his drum from Buffalo Trace. A fine and very light whiskey. Floral at first. Pear type conference, possibly yellow apple also. It's fresh, light acidity.
The palate is simple and totally connected with the nose, allowing to express its malty youth, accompanied by very beautiful and very fresh fruits of the orchard. Vanilla, fresh herbs, minty.
Malt, fresh fruits and light spices. It becomes more herbaceous as it goes down.
- A simple whiskey, young on the nose, very malty. A rather sweet peat that integrates well here. In the mouth, young and vigorous.