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Glenury Royal 23yo 1971/1995

(61.3%, OB Rare Malts Selection, 75cl)
Average Score: 90
Bottle Profile
TypeScotch Single Malts (Disclosed Distilleries)
DistilleryGlenury Royal
Bottler Official Bottling
RangeRare Malts Selection
Brand NameGlenury Royal
Year Distilled1971
Year Bottled1995
Alcohol By Volume61.3%
Average Score90

Maniac Ratings
Serge Valentin92
Olivier Humbrecht91
Robert Karlsson94
Konstantin Grigoriadis87
Davin de Kergommeaux90
Peter Silver86
Craig Daniels87
Pit Krause91
Keith Wood90
Oliver Klimek90

Retired Maniac Ratings
Johannes van den Heuvel88
Bert Bruyneel94
Luc Timmermans92

WhiskyFun Review

Tasting Notes
Keith WoodGlass: Glencairn - Colour: Dark amber - Nose: Rich and floral with perfumed furniture polish, creme brulee, mocha and dark chocolate. - Palate: That mocha really extends onto the palate as this is lightly peppery with what I can only describe as coffee cream chocolates. -Finish: Extremely long. - Overall Impression: Lightly perfumed rich chocolate and coffee, delightful, nay a "Great", there, I said that magic word!
Oliver KlimekColour: Bright copper - Nose: Cassis, dried apricots, butterscotch, cigar box, hints of old leather, minimally floral. - Palate: Prunes, dried apricots, butterscotch, milk chocolate, cinnamon. - Finish: Long, fruity and slightly spicy. - Overall: A perfectly balanced and complex dram with a strong but not too dominant sherry influence. The wood manifests itself more on the nose than on the palate.