- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 05 years old
- New American Oak Barrels
- 47.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 10 Oct 2016 9:19 am by holborndrinker
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Whisky Reviews for Adnams Triple Malt
7 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 72.70 points
- Triple Malt = three malted grains (60% wheat, 30% barley and 10% oats)
- "Really tasty". That comes to my mind first. If you've got stuck with similar sweet (sherry) whiskys and want to break out of your bladder, you're in the right place. The alcohol content cannot be tasted as alcohol, it is converted into pure taste. The mix makes it quite unique and special. A really great product.
Aroma: (honey) sweet, vanilla, some spices, no fruit. Knowing which other grains besides barley are involved, it is more reminiscent of the wheat in "Maker's Mark" than you might at first believe. Even if oats are not always millet, they remind me a little of "Koval Millet".
Much rougher than the smell. Less sweet at first and tastes more like dry wheat, but with more saliva it also goes in a sweetish direction again. In no way comparable to the merciless roughness of a rye.
Becoming drier and rough, bitter.
- Solid part, even goes in the direction of delicious, if you like the sweetness. You can tell, that he is not the oldest, a bit edgy he is still, but sprittig / biting / metallic there is nothing more, for 5 years is already very OK.
Blind, I would have typed a successful German representative.
very sweet, slightly spicy, gingerbread, honey, coconut, cinnamon
see nose, but sweeter, with milk chocolate and a touch of pepper
medium length, dark chocolate, oak, slightly peppery-warm
- Southwold English Distillery in Suffolk.
Three types of malt, 60% wheat, 30% barley and 10% oats were used for this whisky.
Aroma: Cucumber pickle, honey, candy "sweet", dill, malt, flowers. (84 pts)
Taste: Relatively strong and intense in taste, full of fresh wood and once again feel the pickle from cucumbers. Creamy, white chocolate aftertaste. (84 pts)
Summary: My opening shot at the Whisky Festival Radebeul 2019.
- It is drinkable I suppose (just), almost like a preprandial, prepandial if you will. For the money you could buy something decent, not much for your money on show here.