- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Limited Edition 2016
- Stated Age
- 03 years old
- Pinot Nero Casks
- Number of bottles
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 08 Nov 2016 1:35 pm by maurisso
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Whisky Reviews for Puni Nero 03-year-old
12 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 78.72 points
- Interesting barrels and a really good drinkable (young) Malt with the expected weaknesses.
Interesting combination of very young malt and very fruity wine barrels. Ostensibly a little immature - although not so much in the direction of "New Make" - and behind it extremely sweet and fruity. At a maturation in red wine barrels, I would not have thought, much more to a sweet dessert wine. Some oak can still be guessed, but is negligible. Not mature yet, but not bad at all. Although the wine barrels here are probably so strong / were that the basic character was essentially superimposed.
At first, the same picture as in the nose. Somewhat immature malt, here with a light (!) "Obstler-note" (pear!) With a strong youthful hint. In addition, again the strong influence of the barrels, which bring a nice fruit sweetness. Here, the malt but for the first time something set up, you can clearly see that here was worked with water. Leaving the Puni on the tongue for a few seconds, the flavors disappear almost completely. The oak is very covered. Sounds worse than he actually is. You can drink that very well, because there are much worse representatives in the market.
Short and sweet, then he is gone. Disappears relatively quickly and without great aromas. Positive - missing notes can not be found either. But somehow watery in the finish. Lack of maturity and water allow him to run out of air here.
- Quite a good job done here for a 3-year-old whisky.Concerning price/performance ratio: 6/10
Sweet red fruits (very winy), berries (currant, blackberry), raisins, orange peal, hints of smoke!
Dried red fruits, caramel, dried oranges, berries, hints of pepper. Dry.
Medium. Coffee, dry leather, some smoky oak getting very dry.
- OK, only three years, and you can tell. But he's pretty decent for that, no obstetrician or sourdough, like other mainlanders, not sprightly, and I'm a gooseberry fanatic, he's got something interesting of his own. 50 € are somewhat steep for the pure enjoyment, but still quite fair in relation to other (often worse) exotics and baby distilleries.
(And the bottle looks really good on the shelf, even though it looks strange on pictures.)
it has a good portion of fruitiness, different from usual - spiny and red currants, fresh, not quite ripe, slightly acidic, overall quite youthful (but not scratchy or metallic), in the background a bit of whisky (caramel, honey), but the berries dominate, which I like quite well (even gets a drop of water, then it gets even gooseberry)
Green gooseberry on the go again, then sweeter, caramel, candy ... has something of Irish Coffee, if it stays longer in the mouth, plus a decent pinch of black pepper
medium long, mild coffee, liquorice, black pepper
Refreshing towels, Autan. Some lemon and orange. Freshly cut grass.
Clay soil, damp cellar. Then a little sweeter with orange, honey, rübli cake. Slightly alcoholic, medium-long.
- Quite interesting flavor play in this Puni. Very fresh and fruity in the nose and the spicy on the palate testifies to a certain precocity. The best puni for me so far - 13.05.2017
Cereals, wine aromas, gooseberries, fruit sweets, dark berries, raisins, delivers a promising freshness but fades too fast
Beautiful dark sweetness, brown sugar candy, slightly oily, peppery, honey, cotton candy, Kinder Country, aromatic and spicy, even a little Lackritz
- The best of the Puni Whiskys so far and quiet good for 3 years aging, but need to stay for 5 to 7 more years in the cask....