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Whisky Reviews for Pike Creek 10-year-old
3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 76.36 points
- Sweet butterscotch made even more candied with the rum sugar cane finish, light baking spices, oak, vanilla and a smidge of banana.
- A reasonably complex and interesting nose gives hope for more, but on the palate and on the finish there is too little variety.
Spiciness and smoked bacon at the beginning, then clearly molasses with a transition to caramel. Bright fruits appear briefly. Later light chocolate and some solvent.
Spiciness and molasses determine the beginning again. The bright fruits are there. The alcohol is reasonably involved and despite only 42% quite strong.
The finish is short rather than medium with slight bitterness and molasses.
- Reminds me really of 1,2 rums I had, could blindly confuse them with those, nice thing for the price!
Interesting nose, a certain maple note can not hide, to the typical Canadian Maggi flair, but behind it actually molasses and rum notes, brown caramel and Hong but as in the rum, not in Americans, some resin and burnt tree bark
Maple syrup, dark molasses, brown sugar, creme brulee lightly burned only, manuka honey, giant candies (brand), chocolate syrup, resin and oak at the back
Resin, some bitter oak now dipped in molasses, bitter choco and caramel, medium long