pkt77242 wrote:Cadenhead Clynelish 15yo 63%
N: Salt, malt and some apples. Some wood smoke and spices. Embers from a fire.
P: Big salt, apples, pears, wax and some tropical fruits. Lots of wax. faint wood smoke and oak.
F: Medium long on salt, wax and pears. the wood smoke shows up lightly at first but grows stronger and hangs around with the salt.
pkt77242 wrote:Ganga wrote:Bladnoch forum bottling
Glen Grant 27, Cask 20291
Nose: dried mangos, mushrooms, pineapples, waxy notes, dough
Palate: soft cinnamon stick notes, button mushrooms-sauteed, cinnamon bread, raisins
Finish: long, elegant. Everything from the palate just goes on and on.
The first year I had this, I thought it was decent whisky. Now I think it is very good whisky.
Sounds like a very interesting whisky. How does the Mushrooms mix witht the cinnamon and tropcial fruit?
pkt77242 wrote:AD Rattray Balblair 1990 16yo sherry cask 62.4%
N: lemon yogurt with a strawberry drizzle. Some vanilla, walnuts and apples.
P: Very simlar to the nose with lemon, strawberry, vanilla, and nuts (in particular walnuts). A touch of malt and oak.
F: Medium on strawberries, malt and lemon. Also a touch of nuts. Very good
pkt77242 wrote:Ganga wrote:ADR
Cragganmore 17 for Bevmo
Nose: hawaiian bread, lemon spritz, dash of ground pepper, all spice, certain oiliness (cooking?), dried coconut
Palate: pound cake, cinnamon and black pepper combo, tropical fruits, straw
Finish: lots of spiciness and tropical fruits that go on and on and on
You are making me jealous. A couple of different AD Rattray's for Bevmo made it over here but not the Cragganmore.
pkt77242 wrote:Ganga wrote:Blackadder
Arran, cask 96/039
Nose: kinda reminds me of the Powers NAS, new makish apples and berries, slight touch of grist
Palate: vanilla pudding, cinnamon dust, black berries
Finish: light, berries in whipped cream
Is this a sherry cask?