Glenalba 35-year-old Cd

Overall rating
84.26/100
votes
183
Whiskybase ID
WB89466
Category
Blend
Bottler
Clydesdale (Cd)
Vintage
1981
Bottled
2016
Stated Age
35 years old
Casktype
Sherry Cask Finish
Strength
40.0 % Vol.
Size
700 ml
Bottle code
L41163 14:16
Barcode
20803681
Bottled for
LIDL
Added on
19 nov 2016 4:45 pm by mds51
ColoredChillfiltered

Average value

€ 428.66

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183 × member ratings

358 × in collection

Whisky reviews for Glenalba 35-year-old Cd

44 users have left 47 reviews for this whisky. Average rating is 84.26 points.

  1. dramidaris scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      83 83

  2. LDB scored this whisky 78 points Connoisseur

    Pretty slack old sherry cabinet wall. It's kind of dead, or rather boring in taste. Musty old raisins from the plastic bag.
    The least successful Glenalba, the others, for example the 23-year-old and especially the 37-year-old, I find much better.
    • Nose
      80 80
    • Taste
      79 79
    • Finish
      78 78

  3. Kantenmechaniker scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    Wow, that was a bargain back then, you can tell it's age in any case and it is almost a bit too woody, the sherry influence is clear, but not excessive, everything is done right
    • Nose
      Smooth and waxy nose, fruity sherry with a good portion of oak spice, the 40% goes very well on the nose, raisins, a little milk chocolate, furniture polish, overall more dry than sweet, a touch of Maggi, warmed up creamier, very chocolatey, including mint a touch of vanilla, espresso, the nose is very pleasant
    • Taste
      oily, sherry, now also nuts, raisins, espresso, dark chocolate, but now also clearly sweet, slightly tingling, woody oak, mandarins, good mouthfeel despite only 40%, the start is really great, in the back a little thinner with a little salt too, then really more on the woody side
    • Finish
      fresh mint, drier, tart citrus notes, slightly nutty, oak, medium length

  4. Mark Renton scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      84 84

  5. whiskyd scored this whisky 75 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      71 71
    • Taste
      77 77
    • Finish
      74 74

  6. FritzeKrautman scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    Not a bad whiskey. A seated elderly gentleman who gets up from his chair with a little effort. He is very experienced and calm. No, really no liveliness can be expected from him. The power has left him a bit beyond age. Would you proudly show it everywhere at receptions and at parties, the nice old grandpa? Probably not. But you can visit him every once in a while and he will tell you some entertaining stories from before.
    • Nose
      Strong fruity with a striking herbal note, the strawberries seem to lie in a wooden bowl. Furniture polish is noticeable, but disappears again behind the billowing strawberry again. He then looks a bit musty before coffee and caramel appear. No, this whiskey is practically not fresh, youthful in itself. At most an inkling of peach appears. After some time in the glass even a subtle smoky note comes to the fore - but that could alternatively have been the oak spicy.
    • Taste
      It starts sweet shortly and dark berries appear. However, this is almost immediately washed by an emerging bitterness present all the time. Dark chocolate and very light pepper come to light. The alcohol is almost in vain.
    • Finish
      The finish is medium long and there are a few hazelnuts.

  7. Gloin scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    The smell has a lot to offer, if you take your time, you can discover much new with every breath, elegant and complex In the mouth it loses some complexity, but remains exciting and delicious. The finish shows for the first time a bit of age, if only a gentle face of the proud 35 years. He does not taste like a 35-year-old, but he tastes good. This was a good investment for the original price.
    • Nose
      Cherries, sherry, oak, light citrus notes, hints of licorice, maraschino cherries, sweeter, butter
    • Taste
      Gentle on, soft, creamy body, delicate astringent, light spicy, sweet, dried fruit, blackberry, some chocolate, light espresso notes, delicate bitterness, some oak
    • Finish
      In the finish, the oak comes along with bitter chocolate and a sweetish alcohol, reminiscent of a whiskey-filled chocolate praline, quite long

  8. M134481 scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      87 87

  9. Immerenga scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      92 92
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      82 82

  10. 2791knarf scored this whisky 82 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      80 80

  11. Sandman scored this whisky 83 points Connoisseur

    In a mini tasting with the 22 and 27 year olds, I found it a little less full and rich as the 27 year old. But this has become a good number 2.
    • Nose
      Cake, cherry, chocolate, raisins, blackberries, black currants, leather, touch of sulfur, muesli, peach, butter, lime and caramel.
    • Taste
      Muesli with honey, raisins, cherries, black currants, chocolate, hazelnuts, cinnamon, pepper and leather
    • Finish
      Short to mid-long, forest fruits, chocolate, raisins, hazelnuts and peppers.

  12. mer1973 scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      83 83

  13. jhut scored this whisky 76 points Expert Junior

    Blindly tasted with André during Proefolympics 2017 April 15, 2017
    • Nose
      Low in alcohol, very sweet. Honey and syrup
    • Taste
      Streaky, grain
    • Finish
      Soft, slightly floral.

  14. rb854 scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    Tasted it blind during PO2017 (may 2017)
    • Nose
      Needs some time to open up, first thing that comes to mind is bourbon. Oranges, woody, caramel, treacle, apricot, apples, honey, spices, gloves, cherries and leather
    • Taste
      Watery, soft, spices, pepper, chocolate, caramel, coffee and a whiff of honey
    • Finish
      Some "dark" notes, coffee, chocolate with some sweetness, drying and something like apple & peach, rather short

  15. Cubey666 scored this whisky 78 points Connoisseur

    Tasted and scored during a blind tasting competition in May/June 2017. (PO17)
    • Nose
      80 80
    • Taste
      78 78
    • Finish
      76 76

  16. Sandman scored this whisky 83 points Connoisseur

    This loses points on the finish, because the nose and taste are good. Blind tasted during ProefOlympics 2017
    • Nose
      Raisins, honey, musli, chocolate, peach, hint of sulfur, lime and butter
    • Taste
      Musli with raisins and honey, pepper, cinnamon, forest fruits
    • Finish
      Short, sweet, granular and pepper

  17. DrinkingWhisky scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    It could be a blend, but I'd say it has the characteristics of a pot still. So I'll stick with that. Tasted during a blind tasting competition in May/June 2017.  
    • Nose
      Quite sharp; lovely raisins, figs, and full of nuts (walnuts notably), caramel fudge, an a hint of wood. Becomes more buttery after a while. 
    • Taste
      Very clean and crisp. Roasted malt and some grainy notes at first. (Hmmm… could it be a pot still?) This quickly gets takes over by caramel fudge again, mocha and coffee (beans). Oh, some oranges and mangos passing by occasionally. 
    • Finish
      Stays mainly at the roof of the mouth with the roasted malt. Anise coming forward but all in all dissipating quite fast. The finish is definitely not the best part of this whisky. 

  18. erikz scored this whisky 75 points Expert Senior

    Tasted this one blind. Ok whisky, the finish lets it down though. Hence only 75 points.
    • Nose
      Light sweet, floral, detergent, cherries, apricot, muntdrop (type of salty liquorice from the Netherlands) and a hint of mint.
    • Taste
      Very sweet, hint of honey, explosion of vanilla, some tobacco notes and very grassy / floral. No real body to this.
    • Finish
      Dies instantly. Sweetener (aspartame), the heat of jalapanos on the palate. Finish is nothing special.

  19. JacobaEd scored this whisky 83 points Connoisseur

    poor body and finish for such an old whisky, anyway... very cheap,
    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      81 81

  20. Numwierum scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    I find it very heavy, the sherry finish looks set and does not quite balance. For the age of 35, would I have imagined a longer and more intense finish? He lets himself drink well and is fine for 50 €.
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      80 80

  21. Tobs1991 scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      85 85

  22. Daan Tje scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

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

  23. KayMeertens scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    A decent blend, but not better than the 27YO in my opinion. Not a bad purchase at 50 euros. 
    • Nose
      Raisin and dried berries. Almond, toffee, cherry, peach, prune, hazelnut, milk chocolate and vanilla. Some cream, somewhat malty and floral. 
    • Taste
      Caramel, raisin, cherry, cocoa, apple, hazelnut, apricot, spice and a touch of malt. With water I get quite some mocha and a rum-like note.
    • Finish
      Raisin, cocoa, toffee, apricot jam, apple, prune, milk chocolate, hazelnut and wine gum.

  24. hfos scored this whisky 82 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      81 81

  25. Goethe scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    Like the 22 and the 27 year old a very pleasant malt. This one is more into the Grain direction that the 22 and 27 year old! Now this 35 year old malt is getting a great flavour from the old grain. Therefore the whisky is getting musty, not to well balanced but the two main layers work together very well.

    Concerning price/performance ratio: 9/10
    • Nose
      Sherry, plums, dark fruits, caramel, raisins, almonds, leather, tobacco, some violets, some sweet spices (from the grain).
    • Taste
      Sherry, dark fruits (some berries), some leather, getting dryer, the grain is getting more dominant (not in a bad way), some chocolate and coffee. 
    • Finish
      Medium to long. Some fruity chocolate, some coffee.

  26. xFabe did not rate this whisky Member Senior

    Of the Lidls this colleague tastes the oldest. Nevertheless, not superimposed and very pleasing. With a little more percent would be a high-end Stöffchen.
    • Nose
      At first, the 35er does not want to reveal what is behind the heavy sweetness, a hint of swimming pool comes in the nose, behind it finally revealed dark cocoa, gingerbread hearts covered with milk chocolate, citrus, dried fig, some power is missing (too little alcohol) , second nose slightly nutty with a hint of nutmeg
    • Taste
      Peppered English marmalade, walnut, pleasant leather, blackberry syrup, just delicious, some cigar tobacco is still coming
    • Finish
      Cocoa, dark chocolate, still quite light, garlic granules, the second tasting really warm and well matured, even quite long

  27. Hvdree scored this whisky 82 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      81 81
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      83 83

  28. Mr.Sandwich did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Description:

    A very special scotch whiskey made from 35 years matured malt and grain whiskey. Masterfully dazzled and put together to finish in selected sherry barrels.

    Color: mahogany with copper highlights

    Nose: Warm and inviting. Soft flavors of gingerbread and a whole range of spices, after some time in the glass soft notes of baked apples, raisins and melted butter. Always present the woody spiciness from 35 years of maturity.

    Taste: Caramelised pear, dark chocolate, crushed almonds and freshly ground coffee enrich the tongue. However, these flavors are quickly replaced by a vanilla sweetness and maple syrup. A touch of cinnamon and ripe, black cherries bring this masterpiece to perfection. Impressive length with a delicate bitter note invite you to take another sip.

  29. mvangemert scored this whisky 85 points Expert Junior

    Odor:
    Cake batter, spicy cinnamon, some red fruit and the weight of raisins.
    Taste:
    Burnt sugar, syrup, soft taste, a bit of coffee or cocoa.
    Finish:
    Long, hint of coffee, some oak and dry at the end.
    Balance: nice balance, no crazy outliers, nice dry finish what you can expect from a sherry finish.
    The final verdict? A good whiskey, but for € 60, - there are also other exciting whiskeys for sale. Ok no 35 year old whiskey, but this whiskey does not taste like a 35 year old whiskey. There is no stratification and finesse. Personally, I think it's the sherry cask finish. I do not know how long the finish has been. Normally, a finish is six months to 2 years. Seen on the label: Mit Farbstoff Zuckerkulor, the finish will not be more than six months if she already gets it. For me the alcohol percentage may have been higher, for example 46%, but only because the taste needs a kick.

    Starting from a 35 year old whiskey with this taste and price, definitely worth trying and chapeau to Lidl for the wonderful attempt.
    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      82 82
    • Finish
      87 87

  30. stefsel111 scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      87 87

  31. V1904 scored this whisky 85 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      82 82

  32. hans1971 scored this whisky 83 points Connoisseur

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

  33. rpvdwel scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

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

  34. Dre73 scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    Do you get the age of 35? Not me. Is it value for money? Mwoah, in itself. If you approach him as a grain (I think the proportion of grain in this blend is quite large) it gives quite some taste and smell price.
    The dilution to 40% is unfortunate, makes it somewhat flatter anyway.
    Sherry influences are the clearest in this Glenalba (compared to the 22 and 27 year olds).
    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      83 83

  35. Dre73 scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    In this blend (s) (because it applies to all Glenalba's that I have tasted) the share of grain whiskey seems quite substantial, the whiskey clearly needs the grain approach: Time and heat. Then there is quite some smell and taste, accessible and pleasant.
    • Nose
      Initially very flat, but after time / (hand) heat: Fruity, red fruit. Honey, vanilla, bit spicy too.
    • Taste
      As with odor: Initially very thin and flat. But after time / heat: Still soft, sweet, fruity. Some red fruit, chocolate, clear sherryvat influences. Light toffee, and also some gumballs (influence of the grain?)
    • Finish
      If warmed: Medium, Light pepper, sweet, soft. Oak. In the aftertaste a bitterness.

  36. Defeatless scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Nose: A bit dusty, needs some time to open up I suppose. After 10 minutes it becomes super sweet. Almost strawberry sweetness. Cherry's, and other red fruit are to be found.

    Taste: Super sweet. Like red fruit syrup. Some wood comes through. And some tannines.

    Body: thin - medium.

    Finish: Short- medium. Some red fruit again and some wood.

    Price: Very fair considering it's age, but not for the quality

    Presentation: Don't know this was a sample

    Comments: Jim Murray can stick his bible in a place where the sun doesn't shine.
    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      83 83

  37. Macerik scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    Very attractively priced for a very pleasant 35 year old blend.
    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      85 85

  38. Macerik scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    Excellent blend and transcends all common blends that I know. price, quality ratio is excellent. Very nice price for a 35 year blend. Could have been a little higher in alcohol to be really perfect!
    • Nose
      Sherry (!), Sweet, caramel. Leave glass for half an hour!
    • Taste
      Full powerful sherry flavor that transitions something coffee like and ends in chocolate
    • Finish
      Something too short, may be much longer!

  39. Marko_I did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    Even the eldest of the three brothers does his job excellently and is underpaid with 50 € as well. I do not bunk whiskey, but hm ... here, maybe?

    In comparison: 22: the simplest, most enjoyable; 27: fat and round; 35: best nose and elegant in the mouth
    • Nose
      Christmas in a jar - gingerbread, raisins, freshly baked plum cake, cinnamon, roasted almonds ... and is there really a hint of incense or is it just because it fits so well?
    • Taste
      Coffee, cocoa, burnt sugar, a touch of dark-tart fruitiness (plum jam? Blackberry?), Sugar beet syrup, a little clove and tobacco, velvety and dry
    • Finish
      long, dry, lots of cocoa, then coffee, oak, a splash of maggi

  40. wbarchive_73116 did not rate this whisky Expert Junior

    I'll post all of the 2016 Glenalba bottling notes togehter for convenience since I compare them to each other.

    22yo:

    Nase: Few light notes of sherry fruityness

    Taste: Pretty weak in the first two seconds, then sweet sherry and bitter oak, but well balanced so it is never unpleasant

    Finish: Oak stays longer than the sherry for a surprisingly long finish

    Comments: Grain and oak are always there but at no time are either of them too dominant, this is actually a very well made blend. It didn't suffer too much from being bottled at 40% which, for me, shows that there might not be too much cheap grain from casks that were used one or two times too often inside. Otherwise you would get unpleasant oak bitterness like I have witnessed in many other cheap blends.

    27yo:

    Nase: Some sherry notes like the 22yo, but the heavier kind, and you can feel some alcohol despite the low strength which never happened with the 22yo

    Taste: Smoother than the 22yo, otherwise pretty similar, but with a bit less sherry and oak and more power in terms of alcohol

    Finish: Very weak and much, much shorter than the 22yo. No sherry, no fruits, no sweetness, no oak

    Comments: Pretty good as well but I like the 22yo more

    35yo:

    Nase: Strong orange notes I haven't got from the other two, otherweise pretty similar to both of them

    Taste: Like 27yo

    Finish: Like 27yo

    Comments: That heavy orange influence in the nose is interesting but apart from that it doesn't differ too much from the other two despite the higher age

    I think the 22yo is actually the best of the three. While all of them feature very good value for money the 22yo is the most enjoyable. Despite the age difference they are very similar and the 22yo is obviously the cheapest, so it is the best choice for me. But all of them are easily better than most other cheap blends and many single malts in this kind of price range.

  41. Torfding scored this whisky 83 points Expert Senior

    Somewhat more malty than the 27er, more grain probably.
    Despite the great nose he likes me a little less than the younger offshoot. Nevertheless, the following applies: Unexpectedly good, I would like to have the undyed drops and with a few percent more! For the unbeatable low price of 50 euros a recommendation.
    • Nose
      Oak, sherry with a touch of sulfur, chocolate, in between you will find again and again fruity notes that go down, raisins, baked apple, fresh gingerbread, thin coffee, flowers, a dry wood shed, even more oak with a bitter, but pleasant impact; overall rather fresh-looking;
      later, lightly roasted nuts are added, dark fruits and stale red wine, I feel reminded of an old newspaper or reading room, warm apple, some melted butter, subliminal spices; Overall, the flavors are a little brighter
    • Taste
      thin sherry, coffee and vanilla, sweet and caramel, slightly bitter, nuts (rather walnuts), pear, a little dark chocolate
    • Finish
      medium, but lingers even longer and gets longer with time; Oak and barrel wort, grain, fresh coffee powder, some sherry and red berries, spices, becomes more bitter over time

  42. Tom na Gruagaich scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    You can tell that he is Old, you also notice that it is a blend, maybe the percentage of grains is higher here. Today, I have the 27er and 35er here the feeling that the sherry finish looks very set. I think a little pity. I would like to know how the blend tasted of sherry finish. Nevertheless, age and price is unbeatable. In addition, he is really delicious and shows that he is also old.
    • Nose
      spicy nose, sherry, but also old oak, slightly dusty, with a slight bourbon note, which certainly comes from the grain. Beautiful, slightly restrained "Old Whiskey" notes
    • Taste
      the 40% are OK in the start, light tingle, sherry sweet, but also rich tart oak flavors
    • Finish
      Tart oak, some menthol, accompanied by the sherry aromas and yet distinct Graynnoten, but since these are also old, does not bother.

  43. LiquidThoughts scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    Definitely my favorite of the 3, nice round whiskey for the money and age, you can not say anything!
    • Nose
      Pickled plums, dates, raisins, distinct dark sherry aromas, but also a little bit of alcohol still, barkberry jam, some vanilla and cinnamon
    • Taste
      Sweet, plum, dates, cranberries, slightly spicy old oak, would be the somewhat alcoholic Grain character not in the background could actually think of GlenDronach. Candy, stale wine, some balsamic again, as with all 3 fillings from Glenalba.
    • Finish
      The finish is definitely the most enjoyable of all 3. Round, slightly spicy sherry notes, medium-long, dry berries and slightly moist oak remain.

  44. Kaltduscher scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Delicious whiskey with a very good PLV.
    • Nose
      Sherry notes, but spicier than the Glenalba 27. Blackberries. Oranges. Plums. Pickled raisins. Cloves. Herbal flavors from Oloroso. Tobacco. Dark chocolate.
    • Taste
      Liquid grape nut chocolate. Cloves. Raisins. Plums. A bit of salt. Coffee. Orange abrasion. The oak is becoming more and more dominant.
    • Finish
      Long. Toasty aromas. Chestnuts. Soy sauce. Dry and bitter with a lot of oak. Coffee. Dark chocolate. Pipe tobacco.

  45. MadScientist scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      81 81
    • Finish
      85 85

  46. irrerelevant scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    N: blackberry, dark red gummy bears, dark sherry notes, leather, men's fragrance "Tabac", specula, oak, Storck Cola-Schleckies, freshly ground coffee, Mon Cherie
    T: The nose is back, heavy, dry, currants, sherry, liquorice, again cola lollipops, dark toasted bread, nuts, raisins, lots of oak, reminds here and there of brandy, coated black tea, no trace of alcohol, soft chocolate , old balsamic vinegar
    F: long, espresso, oak, chocolate, raisins, quite dry
    For me the best Glenalba, if you like the tart flavors, by the 40% not too "bitter", reminiscent of the Michel Couvreur Overaged

  47. Gearmailteach scored this whisky 82 points Expert Senior

    Uff. The 35er is definitely a lot worse than the 27er. About Superimposed? Perhaps. In any case, the oak dominates (unfortunately) the remaining pleasant aromas in the nose. In addition, I feel the grain here to feel more clearly than in the 27s. If you like strong oak and dark aromas, this is the place for you. He is a mue too strong for me. My choice always fell on the much cheaper 27er.

    BUT: Again, in general, what I already wrote at the 27th:

    1. It is a blended scotch. What expectations does the connoisseur usually expect from a blend?
    In my opinion, he should be easy to enjoy and pleasing, while still priced. In the best case, the single malt dominates in the aroma and you do not notice much of the (sprightly) grain.
    Is this the case? In my opinion, yes. (In this case, the barrel clearly dominates and the grain comes through here and there) Experiment very happy.

    2. PLV / PGV: This blend is 35 years old and matured in a sherry barrel. You can understand both in his aromas. You do not pay 50 euros for this. Do you have to take that into account? I mean, you should really appreciate that, especially in these times.

    My rating therefore despite extreme Fasslastigkeit: 82 points.
    • Nose
      At first more restrained than the 27er. Lightly handwarmed: plum and sultana sneak into the nose. Red wine, tobacco, leather, commonly men's salon. Add some cloves, malt and orange zest. The oak in the background will eventually become more dominant and roasted nuts. Far behind, a tiny hint of Lagerkorn aroma.
      Round, clean, pleasant. Acts, similar to the 27er, not set and above all not like a very grainlastiger blend.
    • Taste
      Sweet, oily, warm. Dark aromas dominate. Sherry, leather, men's chocolate, spices. Molasses, coffee and espresso bitterness.
      The Eichenwuerze is increasingly dominant and leaves (unfortunately) the other flavors in the background. Again, some Lagerkorn lurking in the background, the Grain is quite perceptible, but does not bother me here.
    • Finish
      Long and dry. Dominant oak and Grainwuerze, a little espresso, leather, men's chocolate and behind the (faint) reverberation sweet sherry toen and berries.

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