Patrick_Best says on March 3, 2021
|Whisky||Writers’ Tears Red Head|
nose : fruity some cinnamon and vanilla
pallet: watery mouthfeel and very spicy/peppery
finish: peppers for a long time.
not my favorite
I seem to remember enjoying this, complex if a little hot at 46%. Needs another try for Notes.
Metallic on the nose, with stewed apples, copper and yellow plums. The palate is more fruity and has notes of oranges and dried apricot. Warming and hot, too. The finish is medium to long and ends with ginger and black iced tea.
nose: oily, raisins, sweet tones of fruit
taste: sharp bite in the beginning, little caramel notes and sherry finish also quite dry at the end. sweetness stays long in the mouth
sherry bomb with strong new french oak.
orange and sherry dried dark fruit, similar to plum
distinct nutty wax and flavour to that of almond and pecan. theres more dried fruit of raisin, plum and strong new french oak presence
French oak and a dryness that slowly develops into bitter orange peel
Nice, fruity, smooth
nose is soft and slightly minerally, delicious sherry palate and finish. a great dram for its price point
zou zomaar een islay kunnen zijn ... super
mild nose. very low sweetness on the aroma. fruit flavors with a medium linger on the tasting. for a cheaper drink it's good.
Medium-bodied single malt whiskey with citrus and ginger notes
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