Glendronach 40yo 1972/2012
(50.2%, OB for LMDW, D2/3/'72 B3/'12, oloroso sherry butt, C#713, 476 Bts.)
|Type||Scotch Single Malts (Disclosed Distilleries)|
|Bottler|| Official Bottling|
|Alcohol By Volume||50.2%|
|Other Details||D2/3/'72 B3/'12, oloroso sherry butt|
|Robert Karlsson||92 |
|Konstantin Grigoriadis||93 |
|Ho-cheng Yao||95 |
|Krishna Nukala||91 |
|David Wankel||92 |
|Keith Wood||89 |
|Benjamin Chen||88 |
|Robert Karlsson||Feels sulphury at first nosing, rounds off with time. Oven-baked oranges. Big big nose. Really wins with time and a dash of water. Really tasteful total sherry influence. Big and bold, with the spent matches far in the aftertaste and not disturbing. Quite the experience. |
|Keith Wood||Glass: Classic Malt
- Colour: Dark treacle toffee with a hint of copper
- Nose: Oooh something quite different or perhaps unusual here ... rich and fruity but also something intensely herbal. I'm reminded of a soft drink from the UK called Dandelion & Burdock.
- Palate: I can say no other than the nose personnified with great emphasis on the intense herbal-ness.
- Finish: Long, very long, very intense and a nice lightly peppery tingle.
- Overall impression: Very rich, very herbal, truly excellent. |