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Glenlivet 30 Single Malts of Scotland
Added on Saturday, Nov 17, 2007 at 12:00 AM
Specialty Drinks Ltd.
This was a special bottling by The Whisky Exchange in their "The Single Malts of Scotland" series. A vatting of 2 sherry butts.
Member Ratings and Notes
Very sherry, more so than the color suggests. Soft, thin body. Somewhat unremarkable.
Cinnamon nose. The palate is clove-cinnamon goodness.
Fruitish. Long smooth finish.
A good, strong, sherry nose. Cherry. Some smoky notes, mild complexity.
Lame and too forward, no subtlety or surprises of Flava-Flav.
Rich sherry but simple.
N: Deep maple and oranges.
P: Big, full bodied, fruity nectar. F'in good!
F: The palate slowly fades.
Nose: Very mild wine and alcohol notes yielding to spice.
Palate: Syrupy, mild sherry, with malt, chocolate and grass in the background, a bit hot. Chewy mouthfeel.
Finish: Sherry dominates.
Some flaws but very drinkable.
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