smoky sweetness, heathery, malty, hint of sherry. exceptionally smooth palate. succulent, with smoky dryness, heathery-honey sweetness and maltiness. teasing, heathery, delicious finish.
rich and weighty, with a pleasant sherry influence. deep and wonderfully complex. good smokiness and some pepper in there, too. toffee and croissants. toasty and creamy with heavily honeyed sherried tones. apple pie, ice cream, caramel, toffee, blueberries, vanilla or milk and honey-scented hand soap. smoke and sherry intermingle in the finish that grows a bit stale and watery.
from a bottom of oak and humid sea air, whole peppercorns, malt, pecans, pears, to honey on top. very impressive, confident. pungent and powerful, but a real ensemble, tough to pick out individual flavours. some apple and toffee cake, some vapours of cherry wood smoke. then things kick into bitterness.
very aromatic. sexily earthy. peaty, junipery, fruity. robust malt and grain palate. very lively. scenty spiciness. gingery. comes on hot and strong with a finish of island smokiness and saltiness emerging: lingering and insistent.
delicate yet assertive, sweet yet dry, flaky oakiness with a complex toastiness to the barley with a hint of smoke. long finish, drying from the initial sweetness but with flaked almonds amid the oakier notes.
lightly caramel and winey, cream crackers, soft brine. fuller, creamy textures, with a long, chocolatey, gently smoky, salty, prickling finale.
smooth, soft and lasting flavors of heather, honey and vanilla followed by deeper citrus-fruit flavors and hints of malted bread. with a long, surprisingly intense finish that gives way to smoke, peat and malt.
a huge mouthfeel, as is typical of the caol ila line of malts. a long, lingering finish.
complex. dry and smoky with a big body. sweetness at first turning to darker smoke (coal) at the close. perhaps some saltiness too.
rich flowery speyside warmth opens up in time, and a whiff of smoke hovers above honey and bourbon-y vanilla. the various dimensions become more apparent with time spent in the glass, but in such soft delicate balance that it feels rude to pick it apart.
balanced oak, heather, honey, mabye a touch of smoke. medium bodied, smooth. malt and grain notes come through. long oaky finish.
there is no actual, written or documented recipe for dewar's white label. the secret of blending is passed down from one master blender to another. there have been just five dewar's master blenders during the 150-year company history.
a faint floral nose. wax comes up with water - scented candle wax. dried flowers on a beach. later, brown sugar. firm, light to medium body. pleasant mouthfeel with a dryish, slightly bitter finish.
honeyed maltiness, unbuttered popcorn, light and sweet but with a weighty, oaky core. luscious mouthfeel. grassy, grainy, breakfast cereals. a bit of the spice and sour fruit of sherry cask influence. granny smith apples and cheddar, red licorice, oak and vanilla. chewy malt finish with more oak.
this scotch is exclusively matured in sherry oak casks that are imported from jerez, spain. these specially-selected casks give the macallan 12 year a rich golden color and a very complex taste that includes hints of dried fruits, spice, and chocolate orange.
rich sweetness and fruits - oranges, lemons and pears, with sea-salt and peaty smokiness and a full, rich body. mouth-filling late autumn fruits - dried figs and honey-sweet spices; followed by a smoky malty dryness and a long, smooth-sweet finish with oak-wood, dryness and a grain of salt.
very soft flavors in the mouth with a firm grain crispiness. the flavours are quite silent until after swallowing when some oak and spice emerge against the vanilla grains.
light and perfumed. quite complex in spite the light impressions. incredibly appetizing. heartier in the mouth, full oak flavours and some gentle spice. this balance of oak and spice sits comfortably for minutes, gently drying late in the game.
very soft. lychee. peaches and cream. oak, but very juicy, not dry. vanilla, oak. soft and straightforward. pleasing, but extremely short opening up of flavour upon swallowing. the oak becomes bitter and finishes quite dry.
soft and pleasant nose, vanilla, cut grass, sweet and malty. a touch waxy, with lots of fruit, nuts, and tons of oak character. floral elements juxtaposed with sweet cocoa bean and a nuttiness that's all wrapped up in a soft woody, earthy smoke.
a light sweet nose with barley-malt, green grass and wisps of autumn smoke. a firm, light body with slightly sweet yet fresh, late summer fruits and harvest fields, young wood and malted barley. a surprising dry finish with a smoky spiciness.
a complex of sweet floral fragrances with some honey and vanilla. a firm, rounded, light to medium body with a strong malty taste with hints of sweet wood smoke and sandalwood. a long malt-driven finish with light smoke and hints of sweetness.
a peaty medicinal veil, but you can sense more behind it. malty, and yes, peaty. great oily feel and taste. long finish of creamy vanilla wrapped up in oak and smoke.
mellow, sherry-dominant nose. tobacco leaf, orange pekoe tea, walnut, caramelised fruit. mint, leather, toffee and butter. in time it gets even sweeter. sweet and silky palate with well integrated sherry wood overlaying the creamy/minty character. ripe and soft with a light chocolate and some dried fruit finish.
peat-smoke with sea-water saltiness, the liquor of fresh oysters, a citrus sweetness. full bodied with a rich dried-fruit sweetness with clouds of smoke and strong barley-malt flavours. a huge, long, peppery finish with an appetising sweetness.
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