Spice Tree Extravaganza CB

Overall rating
86.60/100
votes
194
Whiskybase ID
WB87242
Category
Blended Malt
Distilleries
Bottler
Compass Box (CB)
Bottling serie
Limited Edition
Bottled
2016
Stated Age
03 years old
Number of bottles
12240
Strength
46.0 % Vol.
Size
700 ml 750 ml
Bottle code
L 31 08 16 / 3 10:55 BB
Barcode
5065000482022
Added on
26 sep 2016 9:29 pm by holborndrinker
UncoloredNon-chillfiltered

Average value

€ 176.57

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194 × member ratings

527 × in collection

Whisky reviews for Spice Tree Extravaganza CB

37 users have left 40 reviews for this whisky. Average rating is 86.60 points.

  1. Coldorak scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    Review taken from my blog: https://moredramslessdram.com/2020/07/03/compass-box-spice-tree-spice-tree-extravaganza-review/

    Spicier, richer, it’s Spice Tree cranked to eleven. Maybe not as balanced as the classic, maybe a little bit more bitter too, but nonetheless a great dram. Now would I spend (well I did 2 or 3 years ago but I hadn’t tasted the classic Spice Tree) twice as much? I’m not sure. Really great dram, but I think for this kind of money, now I’d go on a classic Spice Tree and another bottle to go with it.
    • Nose
      88 88
      Initial nose is spicy, with all spice, gingerbread, vanilla, nutmeg and liquorice. Some nuts too (almonds, hazelnut). Tobacco leaves, sherry and citrus (orange and lemon peels). Compared to the “classic”, the sherry addition to the recipe is really noticeable, the nose is richer.
    • Taste
      88 88
      Sweet and spicy arrival, oily mouthfeel. Spices with ginger, pepper and chilli, nutty like the nose, salted caramel, honey, and fruity: orange, plum and red berries. Once again, richer than the classic, you’d almost think the ABV is higher on the Extravaganza. There’s also a kind of fizzy feeling like frizzy sugar sweets, popping up on the teeth.
    • Finish
      86 86
      Long and spicy with ginger and pepper, orange zest and dried herbs

  2. Calmar scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    A very attractive whiskey of a classic woody-grain profile with a bias in sweetness and tropical fruits, a decent palette of derivatives, a good balance, a rather interesting composition, nothing supernatural, but practically no flaws.
    • Nose
      Open, damp, freshly sawn boards, many mineral shades - stone chips, drying plaster, chalk, something sour; lemon peel, herbal-floral tones, grain, bright citrus-lemonade shades, Montpensier candies, oily notes - deep-frying oil, roasting meat;
    • Taste
      Dense, rich, woody-mineral tart notes, lemon zest, pepper wave, grain, sweet creamy caramel shades, candied citrus fruits, vanilla, ginger, shortbread cookies, floral-fruity tones, tropical fruits,
    • Finish
      Light, refreshing, continuation of the taste only without mineral notes - oak, fruit, a little tobacco, creamy caramel sweetness, a little ginger.

  3. DenisLeonov did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    cool blend. spicy and drinkable. Balance 22
    85
    • Nose
      fresh, spicy, malty, herbal, youthful alcohols. 21
    • Taste
      hot.round.explosion of pepper.caramel. 21
    • Finish
      baked apple.spice.mental.grass.medium. 21

  4. bvrsky scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      88 88

  5. DGV scored this whisky 86 points Expert Junior

    Very drinkable, delicious fruit-marmalade blended malt.
    • Nose
      Fresh, fruity.
    • Taste
      Soft, juicy-fruity. Love is ... chewing gum, dried bananas, canned peaches.
    • Finish
      Long-lasting, with a slight sourness. Mix of fresh and candied fruits.

  6. Kator scored this whisky 84 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      84 84

  7. shurique scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Better than I expected, tried straight after Flaming Heart 2015 - not disappointed
    • Nose
      Rich, a hint of sherry, Clynelish, dried fruits, wood
    • Taste
      Fruity, Clynelish, spices, hint of sherry
    • Finish
      Spicy

  8. whisky_garage scored this whisky 88 points Expert Junior

    Aroma: Intense, bright, explosive, sweet. Needles, pine resin, herbal tincture, wormwood, ragweed. Vanilla, wild berry jam, honey notes, apricots in their own juice, spices.

    Taste: Intense, bright, sweet with a bitter taste. Vanilla, pine needles, honey notes, candies, ripe fruits, berry motifs, custard. Spices, herbal shades.

    Finish: Closer to long lasting. Vanilla, spices, honey notes, wet wood, apricot pits.

    Conclusion: Again a wonderful product from John Glaser, this time richer in derivatives in taste and aroma, bright, rich. The aftertaste pumped up a bit.
    ⚡88⚡

  9. the_muskox scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    It’s pretty much what I expected, but I can’t say that I was disappointed. This takes my favourite parts of the OG Spice Tree and successfully adds a drop of sherried richness. It’s just a drop, too: this isn’t a sherry monster by any means. I feel like I’m getting more Clynelish in this one, even though it paradoxically contains less Clynelish than the standard Spice Tree. That said, I don’t think I could have told you what a Clynelish tasted like back when I reviewed the standard Spice Tree…
    The only thing I’m not sure about is the finish, which is a bit on the bitter side for me. I enjoyed my glass, but I think I need to be in the mood for it. I’m glad I was able to finally try this. It’s bringing to mind some of my favourite Arrans. This may be a bit on the perfumey side for some, but it’s absolutely worth seeking out, especially if you’re a Clynelish fan.

    Nose: Distinguished and fragrant. Plenty of spice character, as expected: clove, vanilla, cardamom, and a bit of cinnamon. There’s some sherry, but it’s not way up front. Some very fragrant chocolate, figs, poached pears, apricots, and various fruit jams. Fragrant, savoury wood oils and leather, along with citrus oils and potpourri. A good dose of maple syrup and brown sugar. Ooo, wood-fired oven filled with Italian pastries. Some nutty malt underpins everything, with a similar soy sauce note that I remember getting from the original Spice Tree.

    Palate: Thick texture. Clynelish-y on the arrival: parrafin, honey, and flowers, with some apple jam and caramel. Maple syrup, cinnamon, rum, and rich tropical fruit (dates especially) in the middle. Nutty notes of almonds and sunflower seeds. Develops into tobacco, rich oak, and dark chocolate towards the back end. Some light-roast coffee and worn leather, with some interesting earthy notes. More of that soy sauce, with some caramelized mushrooms. A tiny hint of sulfur.

    Finish: Medium-long. Slightly tart sticky tropical fruit. More of that fragrant oak and wax. Vanilla, rich brown sugar, and plenty of toasted malt. Sugar-dusted grapefruit (with some pith), orange blossom water, and candied ginger. Just a hint of black pepper and powdered spices.

  10. zzs0529 scored this whisky 88 points Expert Junior

    A blended whiskey that I personally like
    • Nose
      90 90
      Smell: raspberries, fresh oranges, blueberries, plums, sweet confectionery, like Yili hard candy eaten as a child;
    • Taste
      87 87
      Entrance: the rich taste of sherry barrels, a large collection of brown sugar, strawberries, berries, dried ginger, spices, explosive taste, instant mouth replenishment, sour and sweet feeling burst;
    • Finish
      87 87
      Ending: Very pleasant sourness of lime and yellow lemon. After receiving the sweetness of cream chocolate and strawberry, the ending is long.

  11. Vince scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    Brilliant packaging, but I generally prefer the ordinary editions above the "special" or "limited" editions from Compass Box.

  12. Issie did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    • Nose
      Apple, pear, nuts, some honey, cinnamon and other spices, some wood, some citrus,
    • Taste
      Honey, apple, apple peel, lime, grapefruit, wood, a little pepper

  13. Georges scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      Spicy (nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, pepper), nutty, caramel, tobacco, berries, peaches
    • Taste
      Spicy, sweet, nutty, caramel, figs, fruity (prunes, oranges, apricots), berries
    • Finish
      Medium long, spicy, oaky, fruity

  14. Whisky.Hedonist.MY scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      80 80

  15. Kaleva scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    Very good whisky with excellent rich nose. Noticeable sherry influence. The whisky name reflects its character very well: a lot of different spices through all tasting stages. However, I expected richer palate after such a great nose. Anyway this expression is really good, to get a bottle isn't that easy nowadays but still possible
    • Nose
      Sweet, oranges, sherry, tropical fruits (passion fruits?), lollipop candies, sultanas, different spices: cinnamon, clove, cardamon, floral notes (peony), a bit of lemon zest (more citrus zest and barley after adding water)
    • Taste
      Oaky, spicy, slightly sweet, nutty lemon, cheese-cake, dark berries
    • Finish
      Short, warm, peppery, spicy, rather dry, slightly bitter, salty notes

  16. Horror_Vacui scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Nose:
    A strong orange scarf fragrance with beautiful waxy notes. Karamalz, dark red fruits and hazelnuts.

    M: A very strong ginger-sharp onion with a good pinch of pepper. It develops very spicy, but also a nice sweetness of red fruits and caramel salt is interwoven.

    F: medium long, sweetish-spicy

  17. Docmacwhisky scored this whisky 92 points Expert Senior

    Jim Murray has awarded 94.5 points to the Spice Tree Extravaganza. "...complex beauty."

  18. LiquidThoughts scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    Just like notes I like, reminds me of nice filthy Mortlachs or Glen Garioch with bourbon sherry mix.
    • Nose
      Beautiful orange zest, apricots, dark honey, black pepper, dark malt, caramel, plums, red apple, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg
    • Taste
      Powerful, compote, red apple, bitter orange, beautiful ginger and the black pepper, nutmeg, plum, clove, malt and herbal honey, a little fresh tobacco, thyme, toffee, walnut, oak briquettes, grapefruit
    • Finish
      Medium long, nicely dry with the tobacco, orange zest and grapefruit, a little dark malt and a few herbs

  19. MaltyMillionaire scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      86 86

  20. MaltyMillionaire scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    An interesting rendition. I like Compass Box, and the Spice Tree is one of my favourites (it's one of the new repeat buys I make). This is good, I but I think I prefer the original Spice Tree. 
    • Nose
      Delicate. Faint sherry, malt, orange, oak. 
    • Taste
      Sweet arrival with spice undercurrent. Red fruit, honey, orange peel, spice, a watered dry orange liqueur. All very soft and balanced. Oily and mouth coating 
    • Finish
      Spices emerge more fully. Medium length with spice, orange, and honey. 

  21. Oldpultnie scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      84 84

  22. Oldpultnie scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    Not my personal favorite especially for this price.
    • Nose
      Lots of oil on the side of the glass and a sherried nutty nose. I was thinking of smoke but it's a more sulphery touch. After a while most of the sulphur is fading away and defitinely taken over by the orange peels.
    • Taste
      Punchy opener and more pepper and ginger than expected. Not a sweet biscuit but a savoury one. After the first acquaintance you get some fruity sweetness and a light oak. A lot of flavours and some complexity because of the different layering. There must be some older whiskies in here to get these flavours out.
    • Finish
      Medium and fresh finish drying out in Tobacco and light bitterness.

  23. Bosi scored this whisky 87 points Specialist

    Although I have expected this whiskey stronger and spicy, he convinces me with a fruity-sweet and very balanced composition. Well done again, Compass Box!
    • Nose
      The nose sways back and forth between light and dark fruits: cherries, gooseberries, grapes, rhubarb and figs. Then the spices hit in full: clove, star anise and furniture polish.
    • Taste
      After a slightly spicy, oily mouthfeel, the taste is much sweeter than the nose, with hints of caramelized fruit, sugarcane, fruitcake and raspberries.
    • Finish
      The finish is medium with a hint of cloves and dark chocolate.

  24. Andytka3 scored this whisky 77 points Connoisseur

    N- Distant oily aroma from a bowl of warm roasted walnut, with fading soft sherry notes knocking on the door, not expressive initially. Some tobacco leaf, doses of pepper, raw spices emerged and get better as it breath overtimes.  Delicate and elegant, not quite imposing as the label.

    P- Full and oily with measured sweet canned fruits, cherry, berries candy, dash of cinnamon on milk froth. Well mellow liquid, which is nice, but lack boldness and enough substances to call good.

    F- Short-medium, well mellow out with fruity sweet and toasted wood, note of spices? Perhaps, but too playful, hard to pin the spice down.

    — at The Whisky Bar, Kuala Lumpur.
    • Nose
      85 85
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      85 85

  25. mullos scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    Barley, spiced honey and oranges with whiffs of smoke on the nose.
    Nice sweet creamy delivery with some spiced sherry influence
    Long finish
    Once again a very good one from Mr. Glaser
    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      90 90

  26. boy_genius_ck scored this whisky 79 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      74 74
    • Finish
      72 72

  27. boy_genius_ck scored this whisky 79 points Connoisseur

    spectacular nose, sadly it ends there
    • Nose
      rich fruity, juicy, gum, a lot of complexity and balance of fruits and wood
    • Taste
      flat, fruity sweetness, wood, nuts, perfumed butter, tropical fruits
    • Finish
      short, really boring, fruits and wood, definitely not an extravaganza

  28. fileosoph scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      82 82
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      89 89

  29. Daan Tje scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      87 87

  30. lachaineduwhisky did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Enthusiasm 4/5
    • Nose
      Round Clynelish, with apple, we also have spices and drought (thank you European oak) Creamy with a sweetness that is slow to put in place.
    • Taste
      We find the creamy on the palate with a nice volume of aromas. Corpulent and spicy but never too dry.
    • Finish
      Creamy finish with a nice fruity that could have been more frankly before.

  31. Bishlouk scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    The influence of Sherry is undeniable in this assembly. Not bad overall, but lacks a bit of complexity.
    • Nose
      Caramelized apple, blood orange, and a slight vanilla smoke.
    • Taste
      Easy and slightly watery at first contact. The alcohol is balanced from the second sip. Apple, vanilla, chocolate orange zest. Spices grow in dram without ever choking the rest. Apricot syrup afterwards.
    • Finish
      Average. The spices continue, while a drying woody settles in the mouth.

  32. dram-drinker scored this whisky 89 points Photo Moderator

    Very drinkable and pretty enjoyable

  33. recursiewhisky did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Let’s start with saying this is a very well made vatted malt. there is good balance of flavours and there is some evidence of good aged whisky. But, yes there is a but for me, I expected some more depth of flavour and oomph in this whisky. For a whisky of this price range I seem to be lacking some feeling of, how to say this, luxury (for a lack of a better word). It is easy to drink, yes even dangerously easy to drink.
    All in all a well made blend but not quite my cup of tea (so to say) 
    • Nose
      A fresh, sweet and balanced whisky with aromas of red and green apples, licorice root, pear, grass, hay, wax, Manuka honey, vanilla, berries (mainly gooseberries), cinnamon, coumarin, cotton candy, boiled sweets, linen, unripe nectarines, dried flowers, toffee, subtle glue tones, toasted white bread, grains, subtle tone of dried fruit (mainly raisins), candied ginger and creamy oak. 
    • Taste
      A subtle yet spicy and sweet whisky with aromas of honey, white pepper, apple, pear, yellow plums, fennel seeds, licorice root, floral tones, wax, butter, grass, hay, icing sugar, candy store, subtle tannins, cinnamon, ginger, allspice, hint of old books, cedarwood, hint of sandalwood and creamy oak.
    • Finish
      A medium long and slightly drying finish with aromas of honey, vanilla, apple, grass, hay, butter, white pepper, grape seeds, subtle tannins and subtle oak.

  34. Liberezlatourbe scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    It's missing something punchy. Too bad, but good whiskey!
    • Nose
      Nose: it is quite light after all. The sample was already well underway. We start with notes of yellow fruits, more peach than apricot. A touch of honey. A flash of freshness once the glass stirred the most beautiful effect. At rest the spices surface. There is also a few notes of cereals. You have to get the flavor but, you must admit, I must be a little rusty parties ... I found coriander, is it possibeule?
    • Taste
      Palate: The texture is nice but nothing more for a 46%. The integration of alcohol is very very well done, it can be kept long in the mouth. It begins with notes of oranges. The "spice" of spices does not happen right away and it is absolutely not aggressive.
    • Finish
      Final: Long enough view the ABV. We have a very slight bitterness that I like a lot, coupled with honey. We stay on the orange of the mouth, it's more than pleasant.

  35. Shane_IL scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    This was quite a nice one. Solid levels of flavour and complexity with some quite interesting flavours popping up here and there, it’s just not that much better than the regular Spice Tree to command a price three times as high.

    Reviewed in my blog: https://iwriteaboutstuffilike.com/2016/12/26/compass-box-spice-tree-extravaganza/
    • Nose
      Sandalwood. Stamp glue. Candied orange peel. Marshmallow root. Dusty books. Dry red fruits. Cinnamon. Nutmeg. Toast with honey. Apricot jam.
    • Taste
      Dry wood. Sour fruits. Yellow cherries. Pears. Blood orange. Woodspice. Loads of woodspice.
    • Finish
      Long. Sawdust. Bitter fruit. Maple syrup. Slight lingering hints of… Fanta?

  36. St. Pauli scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    Very well made vatting, just too bad that it's diluted.
    • Nose
      Umami: soy sauce, balsamico, cinnamon, honey, stewed peach, sponge cake, barley sugar, vanilla, milk chocolate and dried fruit: pear, apple and raisin.
    • Taste
      Not as punchy as I would like (due to the lower strength). But certainly honeyed, full on dried fruit and spices: again cinnamon, nutmeg and pepper. It's rounded off by some honey drizzle cake.
    • Finish
      Moderately long, pleasantly spicy, in which the same expressions as from the palate return.

  37. WhiskyLovingPianist scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    It’s been more than ten years since the first release of Spice Tree [2005] that controversially upset the industry, yet demonstrated once again that there’s no such thing as bad publicity.N: If the Blair Athol was similar[ish] to the Togouchi, this Spice Tree is more similar to the Blair Athol. Initially i pick up it’s rather direct honeyed barley oiliness along with slightly earthy notes and clear signs of some decent age from what comes across as willing second-fill casks. Changes as it opens up include ginger, crystallised ginger, deep sweet sugars, rum-like molasses and sweet, squidgy sponge cake with bourbon sugars and marshmallows for sure. This appears to be 18yo going on some, but it’s complexity is convoluted.

    T: The arrival isn’t perfect but fairly soon it heads straight towards a chocolate maltiness with some light softish fruitiness - but it’s the chocolate malt that’s driving things. A side notes includes chalky popadom. Overall it's equally spirity & woody yet the wood speaks of deep old oak with a dense sour cream chew coupled with a deep complexity. Takes a long while to reach the finish.

    F: A sweet-fresh, again with a waxy-soapy mouthfeel like the Blair Athol. The finish will stretch out for you if you want it.

    C: You begin to understand what kind of complexity the nose and palate is attempting to make sense of when you see the breakdown of what’s gone into this blend. There’s some confusion amongst the commentators regarding the makeup of this blend. Here’s how i understand it [with thanks to Nick]:

    32.6% FFS 20yo Glen Ord (rich, sherry wine, decadent)

    17.2% FFS 11yo Benrinnes (peach apricot soft fruits)

    2.6% Refill ASB 19yo Alt a Bhainne (fruity creamy herbal)27.7% Light/medium toast hybrid cask, Highland malt blend*. (grilled marshmallow, fruity, bold) 
    4.3% Refill hybrid cask, Highland malt blend. (fruity, toasty, perfumed)
    15.6% Heavy toast hybrid cask, Highland malt blend, (spicy, rich, cloves) The three blends [with various toastings], that make up 47.6% of the total amount, consists of:13 yo: 60% Clynelish, 20% Dailuaine and 20% Teaninich, vatted before being re-casked for another 4.5years in a active hybrid cask, custom barrels with heavily toasted new French oak heads sourced from 195 year old Vosges forests. 

    Scores a B[+]

    Take 2:
    N: A dense, sweet cream note with a notable barley oiliness. Jim McEwan says that the oily richness in Bruichladdich malt is down to a slow fermentation & distillation and i believe the same is true for Glen Ord, making up 32.6% of this blend. There’s also sponge, marshmallows, ginger, biscuits with a thin chocolate coating, light yet fragrant fruits, lilies, orange-y essential oils, some dunnage and oak shavings from a wood plane. Overall it’s a soft moorish malt showing age and depth with an assured self control and poise. Settles with a faithfulness more to the bourbon casks and the wort-y distillate. Even though this is a blend from an array of distilleries from around Scotland, it’s so integrated as if to come across united like a single malt. As for the sherry element, i find it rather quiet considering all that first fill activity, integrated again however with dry, dried fruits acting as base notes rather than colour fills. In fact, I failed to pick up the sherry notes both times [once blind], with it’s leanings more towards a bourbon Highland style than anything else. It’s lovely regardless. In fact i find the Highland Balblair 1983 WB more sherried and yet that’s all ex-bourbon.

    T: Oily again with sweet grain sugars and a very smooth creaminess on delivery before becoming rather peppery later on. Very much a savoury sweet development with a desirable mouthfeel chew. It has a soft-firm body, one that pleases my taste buds instantly. Moves on to a honeyed, fruity graininess with soft, empathetic oak support, beautifully united. Straight ahead, like a Mannochmore wrapped in soft cotton.

    F: Bourbon-honeyed sugars with a little spearmint gum, sweet liquorice and bubblegum certainly, with a very gentle warm pepperiness that gently builds and warms the cockles from the inside - a note more about the ethanol character than anything else.

    C: CB: ‘Extravaganza’ - Noun. A literary or musical work marked by extreme freedom of style and structure’, yet on the contrary, i find this extremely well structured, beautifully balanced and rather terrific. There are plenty of bottles of this [12240] so don’t be in a mad rush to pay silly prices, the auctions’ will no doubt will be awash with them in due course, that’s if the shops can shift them all. Currently around £90

    Scores a B[+]

  38. WhiskyCask scored this whisky 89 points Member Senior

    Older expression of the Compass Box Spice Tree, with more sherry. Well made. For my full review, see: http://maltandoak.com/spice-tree-extravaganza-compass-box-46/

  39. whisky_badger did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    This is a blend of 60% aged malt whisky from the Clynelish distillery, 20% aged malt whisky from the Daiuluaine distillers, and 20% aged malt whisky from the Teaninich distllery. This blend is then matured for another four and a half years in 49.8% first filled Sherry butt, 2.6% American oak, 27.7% light/medium toast hybrid cask, 4.3% refill hybrid cask, and 15.6% heavy toast hybrid cask. The hybrid casks are specially created by Compass Box with toasted cask heads that impart more oak flavor to the spirit, resulting a very rich whisky.

  40. Oranje81 did not rate this whisky Member Junior

    A whiskey like from the candy store! A detailed presentation of the Spice Tree Extravaganza can be found here: http://whiskyclub-fs.de/2016/10/23/whisky-vorstellung-spice-tree-extravaganza-compass-box-46vol/

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