- Single Malt
- Sestante (Ses)
- Bottling serie
- Bird Label
- Sherry Wood
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 750 ml
- Added on
- 11 Jun 2009 3:01 pm
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26 × member ratings
22 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Glenugie 1967 Ses
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 90.70 points
- Some nice tropical fruits there, I really love the nose on this one,maybe lacking a bit of punch wrt to the other cs versions, still a very enjoyable dram
- It's very nice in the nose and on the palate we are on a simpler profile. It's old and quite typical of the old.
Raspberries thoroughly. Passion fruit, pineapple, light lychee.
White pepper. Star anise.
Light thyme, cedar wood.
A little flower. Rose, lilac.
In the mouth it's lighter.
Butter and yellow fruit. Peach, nectarine.
A little leather. Young wood.
It still has complexity.
Red fruit. Cassis. Cherry.
Always these aromatic herbs.
In the final it is quite light on the leather, a little camphor. A little apricot syrup.
- Actually it got better after the bottle was open for a few months. Now it is actually pretty good.
Something lemony and grassy, wet moss, leather shoes, then more fruity, sweet, nutty
Punchy, dark fruits, nutty, still a bit lemony and grassy, and a little cardboardy
Long and burning, in the end a tad bitter
First of: musty, wet/dissolving malt drops, metallic (iron), some mushrooms, some wet cardboard, some caramel/molasses, also some wet pebbles. (86)
A bit later: sweetness increases, quite creamy, a juicy raisin/red grape note, butterscotch, blackcurrant ( leaves), some pine sap & beeswax. (93).
Later: sweetness increases further, sweet sherry, quite floral & fresh now, actually very floral, lillies, tulips, even a hint of lavender, keeping it's old style maltyness, but hardly any of the musty/savoury notes from the start, faint mixed pepper corns, very faint coal dust, (91)
malty, oat cakes, herbal, slightly bitter, honey, pleasant rubber, tobacco, exotic fruits but hard to grab here. (92)
more old style maltyness, faint beeswax, more honey, faint blackcurrants again, a nice sparkle & herbal bitterness in the back. In the echoes of the finish, quite a bit of chocolate & showing its' sweeter side with some oranges while hints of those herbal notes occasionally come back. Brilliant. (94)