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Whisky Reviews for Glenallachie Distillery Edition
19 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 79.23 points
- Very cheap but also very easy.
- A very smooth and soft whisky. Very suitable for new whisky drinkers who are exploring a new drink
Apple, vanilla and some caramel
Very soft and a bit sweet with vanilla, caramel and little bit of pepper
Short but nice with a little bit of pepper
- A good standard whisky!
I bought this bottle to better explore the distillery character of the GlenAllachie Distille.
And that worked out wonderfully!
Billy Walker continues at GlenAllachie where he left off at GlenDronach and BenRiach.
(Of course with a completely different taste profile but with many interesting wood finishes)
I have already had various GA maturations and barrel strengths in the glass.
Since I tasted this GA Distillery Edition, I have found the character of the distillery in every other whisky from GA. Great experience!!
Fresh fruit notes, especially apple, with vanilla with cinnamon, heather honey, sweet meadow herbs
A more interesting nose than expected
In the mouth it is soft and round. With the flat fruitiness of a fruit salad, especially apples. In addition, various spices and sweet herbs: vanilla, cinnamon, honey, meadow herbs
The alcohol is well integrated
- n: vanilla, fruit, new wood, simgle for nosing
t: new, smooth, vanilla, new wood
a: oak, warm, nuts
- Young, near new make Glenallachie (assumably). Quite malty and grainish, wit young unripe fruits and malt sugars. Nothing fancy, but at this pricepoint a better buy than any blend in the same price range.
- I had much worse at this price point. Nose is nice and has some pleasant fruity flavors.
- Nothing spectacular here. A nice dram ant an affordable price. Easy drinking alone or with friends.
Light, slight polish
dry then with acidity and sweetness...honey...some pepper at the end but not lingering.
The aftertaste has sweetness and white pepper.
- Easy going whisky for starting drinkers, not very powerful, a little pale, lot of sweetness.
Only the nose stands out, being pretty full and fruity as well.
Alltogether it's not that bad at all.
Fruity, citrus, a lot of vanilla, and then caramel as well, very sweet. Later on some apples, and some grassy notes.
Pretty soft and smooth, only a little pepper. A lot of sweetness with a sour note underneath. Somewhat pale, a lot of vanilla and caramel.
Still some pepper, sweet, honey, vanilla. Also a hint of licorice now, not very long.
- Not bad for a no age statement
- That's nothing! He remains too pale in all respects.
- My first try of this distillery's output and very impressed - a decent dram for the price (£10 off down the local supermarket).
Some sweet notes on the nose, but nothing jumps out straight away.
A lovely balance of sweetness and fruit with a little acidity.
Lingering - pleasantly. Quite happy to savour the flavour on this one.
- There is no age statement on this whisky, but it is a gorgeous dram - character, interest and affordable. Why spend a fortune when something like this is pretty decent.
- The nastiest whisky I've ever tasted.
Malt sweetness, honey, youth, alcoholic
Watery, some honey, interestingly no youth anymore, nothing
Short oak, some sweet honey, over
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