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Aultmore

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The whisky

List of the bottles

Aultmore: independent bottlings

Aultmore

Gordon & MacPhail 1989 Reserve

Collection
Reserve
Age
14 years
Alcohol percentage
56,4 %
Bottler
Gordon & MacPhail
Cask number
single cask 712
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 2003
Bottle
267 btls
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84/100
Aultmore 1989
Personal Comment

The rather discrete nose reveals cereals and is marked by alcohol. The alcohol degree provokes some quite unpleasant tingling's at nosing. In the palate, an nice contrast between some slightly acid hints (citrus fruit or green apple) and the cereal and spices. The alcohol is too present, unlike other whiskies with the same percentage where the alcohol is no hinder at all. The finish is nice, with a touch of bitterness.
79/100

Several weeks after the first opening, this bottle seems to be completely different from the first tasting notes.
The nose suddenly became delicate, with nice but also very clear nougat hints. A nougat stick in the middle of a bunch of flowers... In the palate, a very nice complexity, where green apples mix with this strange nougat impression and a touch of spices (cloves?) makes this bottle simply unforgettable.
The finish is lingering, pleasant, and the spicy notes, mixed with nutty hints prolong the pleasure fo this bottle.
88/100
A nice nose with floral (heather) notes and wet earth hints. As the time goes along, pleasant fruity notes (plum jam) appear together with some remote citrus smells. Anyway a very nice perfume.
In the palate, first some bitterness developing soon on quite a marked acidity. From nutty hints at the beginning to acid fruit, green apple. Very nice contrasts between bitterness and acidity. The high percentage of alcohol does not hinder at all.
The finish is long and fresh, marked by the memory of the acid notes and woody bitterness.
84/100

Aultmore

Single Malts of Scotland, 15 years

Collection
The Single Malts of Scotland
Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
The Whisky Exchange
Cask
Bourbon
Dates
Distil: 1992
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84/100
Aultmore 15 Single Malts of Scotland
Personal Comment
Hay and fruit are the first nose sensations. This announces a nice complexity. This mix of hay and ripe fruit is very pleasant.
In the palate, the smoothness of peach mixes with the bitterness of gentian before developing on nutty then woody notes. A very pleasantly subtle and slightly complex mouth.
The finish is of medium length and the memory of the slightly bitter notes of the palate dominate here.
84/100

Aultmore

Scott's Selection 1987

Collection
Natural Cask Strength
Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
56,6 %
Bottler
Scott's Selection
Dates
Distil: 1987 Bottling: 2002
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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0/100
Aultmore 87 scotts
Personal Comment

Aultmore

Twenty

Collection
Barrel Selection, 20yo & older
Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
50 %
Bottler
Wilson & Morgan
Cask number
single cask 2683
Dates
Distil: 1991 Bottling: 2011
Particularity
Non chillfiltered
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WDTS2012-03 85/100
Altmore 20 Wilson Morgan
Personal Comment

Colour: Old gold
The nose is strongly marked by notes of nuts and mocha. The nose is very present, but rather original flawless except a small discomfort caused by alcohol, in the form of tingling.
The first impression in the mouth is very surprising. An exuberant tastes, a firework of impressions of freshness that contrasts with the persistent taste of mocha. Notes of green apple mixed with cocoa.
The finish is quite long and the flavors are the perfect seen extending from the mouth.
89/100

WDTS2012-03
Comment by Dede
Color: Amber
Nose: Powerful, complex and melted, and old-school. If you love vanilla bombs, go your way. Here we have something mineral (chalk, talc), dry sherry or frankly vinous notes after aeration, a little sulfur (black powder), raisins macerated in alcohol, marc de Bourgogne, before the appearance of more intensive perfumes on background (walnut cake). A dash of tangerine or orange gives it a fresh tangy welcome.
Mouth: The mouth is in keeping with nice notes of guava, rubber too, but well integrated, dried fruit, a nice acidity, citrus (mandarin), nuts, a woody and slightly spicy well controlled (nutmeg), all beautifully fused.
Final: In the wake of the mouth, long and delicious, the dry sherry, the "good" sulfur, and mandarin.

Conclusion: An excellent whisky, and deliciously complex "old". Too bad his final is not longer. The same type of profile as the Master of Malts Bunnahabhain 54.1%, 20 years - 1983 already enjoyed under the WDTS, but finer, subtler, melted.
91/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Color: Yellow Gold.
Nose: spicy nose first, the coffee bean and freshly tanned leather. Hot and dry spices. A nice variation of dried fruit, pecans, cashews, peanuts, pistachios, all bathed in a beautiful rancio. A very upright nose but without austerity.
After more time, the rancio has strengthened and is accompanied by notes of leather, bacon, bacon and always a little coffee.
The water round the nose, making it more classic by making him lose some expressiveness and precision.
Taste: Like the nose, it starts very full-bodied with notes, dare we say manly? We find the rancio and dried fruits, spices, all notes in the nose in perfect balance, but still pretty distinct.
Water weakens even more mouth than the nose.
Final: Although the extension of the mouth and on the even components, that's when I realized that this whisky is smoky, with here and there a few tips of peat.
In addition to weaken, the water shows the woodland in the final.

Comment: A fine whisky, with just enough character. The water should be avoided
90/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Jmputz
Colour: Old gold
The nose is strongly marked by notes of nuts and mocha. The nose is very present, but rather original flawless except a small discomfort caused by alcohol, in the form of tingling.
The first impression in the mouth is very surprising. An exuberant tastes, a firework of impressions of freshness that contrasts with the persistent taste of mocha. Notes of green apple mixed with cocoa.
The finish is quite long and the flavors are the perfect seen extending from the mouth.
89/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Arno
Nose: a big sherried one : smooth, on dried fruit (prunes, walnuts), a little odor of wet cellar, wet earth, salt. Slightly oxidized with a smell of rust. Aeration makes it roasted, with caramel & hints of licorice. No doubt, I love it!
Mouth: very sherried, sweet with dried fruits (prunes, cherries), honey, leather, smoke, salt. In the second part, roasted aromas, with a bit of varnished wood. The whole is very enjoyable, with a melted mouth and flavors very well integrated.
Finish: long, on oak, walnut, chestnut cake
Conclusion: Nice sherry, not very complex, but so good ...

89/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Mars
Nose: Apple, a lot of ethanol, dust, biscuits, puffed rice and undefined fruits.Beautifull balance. Ethanol disappears with aeration.
Taste: A nice mix of sweet and slightly acidic flavor, biscuits and again these undefined fruits. Very pleasant to drink.
Final: Biscuit, ethanol, mint, licorice, apple, precious wood, puffed rice, spices (no pepper or chili) and again these undefined fruits. Very long and powerful.

Comments: A real favorite for me, and I insist on this point!

89/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Roblanza
color: amber (light)
nose: mildly salty, vanilla and heavy floral notes, little bit of oak
taste: velvet smooth entrance, vanilla and sweets, lightly salty again, the finish gets firmer with lots of fruit like peach and more vanilla notes, ends with some peppery spices

88/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Jbrice
Nose: sherry and this from the svery tart!
It takes time for it is fully revealed. Fermented fruit at first, then coffee, caramel and chocolate. The cherry brandy. I love this nose that is very expressive and enjoyable.
Taste: Powerful and woody.
Medium finish on the wood.
Too bad mouth is not up to the nose as this could have been a great whisky!
88/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Malt1972
Colour: amber
Nosing rich, sweet barley, mandarin, stewed fruits, raisins, sherry, sulphur (not bad).
Tasting: rich, rounded,good balance between sherry, nuts, caramel and toffee.
Finish: long and nutty with a final note of vanilla.

88/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Alexandre
Nose, full and expressive, is dominated by a rather dry sherry, earth and a little something of pastry. We also have figs, and a beautiful development of coffee with a hint of chocolate. Spices also, that give the nose a racy side. With aeration, the pastry flavors prevail, and a little spice appears. A well- constructed and full nose.
The mouth opens on the sherry and nuts (hazelnuts). It is at first quite granular, and quickly becomes more liquid. There are chocolate, sweet spices and cashews. It is relatively complete, and the power is correct. Traces of yellow fruits appear after aeration.
The final, medium to long, is on the sherry. It has chocolate, spices, making it more tasty in the mouth.
In conclusion, a good whisky matured in sherry, which lacks a little complexity however.
87/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Amor57
The first nose is dominated by sherry, with notes of prune net. Then, very quicklythe whisky opens onto the sea, humus, chalk. Evolution is on the woods, cherry, peat, Darjeeling tea. And aeration done its work, then citrus arrive bringing a welcome freshness. The mouth is a sharp attack dried fruit, mixing sweetness and bitterness peaty background apricot. The finish of good length, is the licorice, bananas, dried fruit, peat, pepper.
With the addition of water fruit and mineral gain power.
I am very dubious about this whisky. It is interesting but does not talk to me at all. The only pleasure I get from it is the novelty, not that of the tasting. For short, is a technical note.
85/100
WDTS2012-03
Commentaire de Dagde
Color: Amber
Nose: Dried fruit - nuts, hazelnuts - and a little praline. All this is surrounded by caramelized grain notes. Aeration suggests fruits - cherries - and a slight hint of apple. Adding water releases aromas of coffee, toffee and apple tart. There are a couple of fleeting false notes - butane -.
Mouth: It's powerful. The grain appears on the palate and is replaced by leather and a few cherries.
Final: falls back rather quickly on some popcorn, leather and cherry.

Comment: Overall interesting - except for some unpleasant gas smells - with touches of not too sweet grain - it is not nauseating -. This, however, lacks a little variety in the mouth while the final would have deserved to stretch longer on the same flavors. The nose is pretty enticing however.
85/100
WDTS2012-03
Color: Gold
Nose: sweet, alcohol is discrete. Beautiful notes of dried fruit lightly toasted, slightly caramelized same. Very nice. The nose intensifies in addition of a few drops of water.
Palate: Sweet, in line with the nose. The caramelized side grows up when adding a little bit of water.

Final medium to long, hot and sweet. Alcohol is more present but well integrated.

84/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Bpoujol
Amber color.
Sherry on the nose, rancio, dried fruit, wood. Cocoa. Nose a bit closed.
Palate dominated by wood. Dried fruit. A little drying.
Final long enough, rather intense on wood.
A fairly classic sherry, a little too marked by wood.
83/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by mapi
Light amber color.
Nose: The nose is powerful, with hints of bitter chocolate, caramel topping and then flamed. A touch of leather. The whole keeps, however, a nice freshness.
Palate: The palate opens with a smooth attack. The flavors develop in a peacock's tail, always on caramel notes and with a lot more balanced sweetness. Alcohol comes next.
Finale: The finish is long with a return on the bitter chocolate. The whisky has a drying and harsh side.

Too bad that the whole is a bit one-dimensional
83/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Blackmalt
Sulfur nose, subtle hints of firecracker / black powder. After disappearance of these notes, we oscillate between fruit, even as the furniture wax. Yes a lot of beeswax with spring floral notes.
Mouth just as sulfur as the nose. Strong and bitter taste (vegetable). The attack is sharp and dry. Many coffee without sugar. It is warm and slightly spicy. Even astringent. A woody springs from time to time with the same honey side for the nose but less present.
Final on honey, coffee. Fairly long with some spices, dry wood and cold coffee.

Comment: classic whisky for me. No major defects but a lack of wealth. The aromas are correct and common.
82/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Savoureur
appearance: reddish gold
nose: medium intensity, fairly well integrated alcohol, nuts, green tea, stewed fruit, mixture of sweetness and dryness, black coffee which turns to burnt caramel during breathing to become dominant after three quarters of an hour
taste: medium to strong intensity, well integrated alcohol, dominated by the bitterness of burnt caramel that mask the other flavors
finish: medium to long

Conclusion:
A great start but the burnt caramel that develops after breathing disturbs the fun (some love this profile, I do not like this flavor as soon as it becomes a bit dominant)
81/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Corbuso
Nose: Very round, intense, immediately vegetal, with strong notes of rancio and some balsamic vinegar.
Taste: Rich, spicy to very spicy, on rancio, some pinepapples, burnt rubber and sugar, with some strawberries and some herbes de Provance, as well as some other fruity notes. Some sulphur as well. The finish is long, thick, intense and on the same flavours as on the palate.
Impression: A very sherried whisky with strong vegetal notes and some sulphur (too much for me)

81/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by ALouis
Color: Amber
Nose: Starts with notes of wine, wet dog, a healthy dose of spices, hints of distillation, nuts, honey and dried fruit.
Mouth: the sherry cask marked this whisky, slight astringency, nuts, honey, caramel and spice.
Final: on medium and dry on nuts.

80/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Piazzolla
Nose: superb attack on the cappuccino (see Bailey!). Dried apricot. A little meaty side (see Viandox). Unusual and interesting.
Palate: astringent, bitter and drying (sulfur limit). Not my kind of whisky.
Final unfortunately a little too long on the green sugarcane.
Conclusion: Not at all my kind of whisky because with notes (very bitter) I do not like. The nose was intriguing, the mouth is very disappointing. Moreover unbalanced for me.
79/100
WDTS2012-03
Comment by Jean-Michel
Color: Deep gold.
Nose: Whisky flavored fudge. I'm not great fan of fudge in my whisky but that's okayish since there's something else in there. Something orangey, biscuity, spicy (speculoos?). Creamy and sweet like an old Port. Could be cloying, but nicely balanced by a hint of burnt wood.
Mouth: Orange flavored fudge is in the forefront, along with dried plums. The mouth is creamy and as sweet as a pack of caramelized popcorn. Nothing complicated, nothing vibrant, but quite flawless.
Finish: After a slight woody harshness, it becomes saltier before ending up on a weak and briny note. A malt from the isles ?

Comment: This teenager could have spent some time in a sweet wine cask. If you have a sweet tooth, you might enjoy it.

79/100

Aultmore: samples

Aultmore

5 years old

Collection
Single Cask Series
Age
5 years
Alcohol percentage
66,8 %
Bottler
Master of Malt
Cask
First fill sherry
Dates
Distil: 12-03-2007 Bottling: 05-2012
Bottle
292 of 628 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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WDTS2012-07 86/100
Aultmore 5 Master of Malts
Personal Comment
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Hoke
Colour : Light Amber
Nose : Wow great nose, raisins, sweetness and a little smokiness on the background
Taste : Smooth, perfectly matching with the alcohol, great sherry notes
Finish : Long and warm

Overall : Great whisky, could buy it

92/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Jbrice
Nose: fruit fermented in the manner of fortified wine. Butter. Very fragrant. Apricot and ginger bread. Maybe some dried fruit. A little solvent. I feel the impression of exotic fruit preserves. A little vanilla. The nose is superb. The flavors are blended.
Taste: Very concentrated. Surprisingly saw attack saline nose. Metal printing mid-palate and tannic finish.
Finish: Long and warm.

Beautiful whisky. The mouth is still surprising by the nose. This whisky has probably been aged in a sherry cask.
91/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by mapi
Color: Gold with brown highlights
Nose: The nose is powerful, marked by an aging of alcohol in sherry cask. We find lovely aromas of spices: cloves and cinnamon above, then polish and finally dark chocolate
Palate: The first impression is like a tannic wine. Alcohol is powerful, it provides a beautiful frame to this whisky. The balance between alcohol / flavor / texture is very well controlled. It is a dense whisky. The aromas are those levied at the nose with a balance of spices especially cinnamon.
Final: Final flattering on dark chocolate. Great length.

Superb
91/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Whiskywardrobe
“Interesting whisky. Sherry cask? Port Cask? Looks like a very fruity sherried whisky. I like”
This dram has a copper-like color.

Nose (90): (5)more than average. honey, wood, citrus, cinnamon, fruits, salt.
Taste (90): powerful, oily. honey, nuts, fruits, citrus, spices, cinnamon, chocolate.
Finish (90): (5)longer than average. honey, leather, fruits.

90/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Dede
Color: Amber
Nose: The nose is a bit aggressive, but emerge behind milky and fruity aromas evoking a bit of a panna cotta and apricot coulis. Add water. Profile is moving quickly towards a more classic sherry but keeping a touch buttery, creamy. It is about toffee, candied fruits, cedar root. It is still evolving to be more fruity or exotic (pina colada). Beautiful evolution ventilation.
Taste: Quite aggressive, it will require a dash of water. However, it is already fat and fruity. Water soothes the burning of alcohol, leaving seem fruity flavors. It is melted aromas difficult to discern, but we find pineapple, pina colada always this side very nice peach-apricot nectar, ginger. It is relatively complex and very flattering to the palace, coating and soft as a Turkish delight.
Finish: Long, on the gum peach-apricot and ginger.

Conclusion: An excellent malt urgently requires time and water to give everything he has.
90/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Malt1972
Colour: old gold
Nosing: sweet vanilla (bourbon style), tangerines followed by orange liquor.
Tasting: very intense, oily and creamy. Oranges and honey. Thick vanilla and liquorice. Later on delicate woody notes come through. Nice!
Finish: long, mint and spicy (pepper)

Comment: complex whisky, fully flavoured. I like it!

90/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Mars
Nose: Very fruity, vanilla, grassy and sweety. Pretty melted.
Mouth: Such as nose, which is a definite plus.
Finale: Always as the nose, but it becomes more complex. Powerful and long.

Comments: Very nice whisky even if a bit special. Better to avoid water and aeration as the balance and the complexity disappears as a part of the fruitiness.
To drink quickly! My score was higher in the first tasting.

90/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Roblanza
color: old gold
nose: vanilla with full woody notes, sweet caramel and sugared peanuts, also some fruity notes like apples
taste: full flavour of wood and nuts, very spicy but in a full-flavoured way, everything is well balanced with flavours of dark forest fruits. The finish is long and spicy and slightly drying but with a sweet caramel note.

love it, almost forgot to write down notes, impressed

89/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by RX21
Color: Vanilla
Nose: Vanilla
Mouth: Rum, vanilla, rosted fruits, cherry spirit
Finish: Long on vanilla

89/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Jmputz
Colour: Old gold
The nose is initially relatively aggressive but quickly (and with a few drops of water) it lets sweet smells fruity, plum jam, freshness and some spices.
The first impression on the palate, the alcohol once mastered, is one of great complexity. Spices, a slight bitterness and a lot of strength and character. An explosion in the mouth.
The finish is long and warm. Notes of plum jam mingle with some hints of mocha.
88/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Singlemalt71
Nose: Nice sweet tones (chocolate raisins), malty, roasted nuts, some warm sherry tones and even some ginger. All together a very fine nose.
Taste: Warm, spicy, some liquorice and peppery.
Finsh: Long, very spicy and a little bit of bitterness at the end.

88/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Amor57
The nose is the first on fresh almonds and melted butter with cinnamon, hazelnut and humus. Then come cocoa, yellow peach, milk chocolate, a little house dust, vanilla, citrus and sweet almond to make this quite greedy whisky. On the palate, the attack is clear on a couple nuts - citrus complemented by licorice, pepper, a light alcohol. Then there is a return on the bitterness of licorice and coffee. The final, a beautiful length begins with milk chocolate and citrus. Spices and fruits provide a high density. Licorice and a hint of citrus persist.
Whisky a very pleasant, well balanced.
87/100
WDTS2012-07
Commentaire de Dagde
Nose: Very milky, it seems we are facing a yogurt and mango with green apple, papaya and a little menthol. It is then taken up by the nuts and hazelnuts (without being intrusive) and caramelized fruit. Water adds the pastry. The nose is really beautiful.
Taste: A nice amplitude with bitter almond, dried apricot, a little grain plus a bunch of spices. Alcohol is powerful and the water seems necessary. Adding water does not really change the situation in terms of flavors.
Finish: Long in the line of the mouth.

Comment: A nice whisky which must be added a little water. Once relaxed, it is not complex but amply fulfills its function. In addition, his nose is interesting.
87/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Colour: Yellow gold.
Nose: first nose, orange marmalade, lightly buttered, apricots, peaches in syrup. Also slightly pastry. A little leather and spice after some time. One side also fish.
Palate: Creamy, melted extremely initially pleasant, but explodes at once on a powerful woody and spicy pungent. Honey and licorice. Salt.
Finale: In the wake of the mouth. Good length.

Comment: Maybe not hugely complex, the nose is not less pleasant. The mouth is almost as fun. Water is not recommended
86/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Piazzolla
Nose: sherry fairly present with this very sweet and toasted notes (almost burnt caramel). Sometimes a little spicy and fruity.
Mouth: a little alcoholic and evolution with notes of rum, then grassy bitterness in parallel with sugarcane. Atypical.
Final: rather parallel to the mouth
Conclusion: An interesting malt, appeal to lovers of rum. Still lacks complexity and is at the limit of the balance (finally quite sweet).
85/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Wiski
Color: Light amber.
Nose: The nose is marked by soft caramel and dark fruits (prunes, dates) and red fruits (almost like a jam). Juicy, sweet and syrupy. Some vanilla too. Pastry, crème brûlée too. Flavors of black tea are also very present, molasses, treacle.
Taste: Strong and very spicy. Undoubtedly a cask which is rather ... gross ... On dry wood, very ripe fruit baked like an English cake (English Christmas cake, not the one we can find in France ...). The sherry notes are present. On leather and polished wood.
Finale: A hint of smoke that contrasts with the sweet fruit, preserved and caramelized.
84/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Savoureur
appearance: yellow gold
nose: low to medium intensity, alcohol in the foreground (less present after 10 minutes of breathing), fresh tobacco, vanilla, cereals, nuts
taste: medium intensity, alcohol present (more spicy pepper than disturbing), bitterness (skin of nuts), small nuts, tobacco, softer towards the end of taste
finish: medium

83/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Jean-Michel
Colour: Deep copper.
Nose: A big whiff of alcohol strikes first. Probably a much higher ABV than the "bubble check" had first led me to believe. Lots of pears poached in a nice caramel syrup. Pear tatin. Not unlike the sherried 1989 Littlemills that have been released for a couple of years. Brandy-soaked raisins. Marzipan. Hot sand?
Mouth: Yeap. Quite hot and drying stuff. The cask influence is obvious. Poached pears are back with more spices. Gingerbread. Angelica. Pepper. And quite "Werthery". Tasty and uncomplicated it is, I must admit, even if I'm not that much in this sherry-pear scheme.
Finish: Completely integrated to the mouth. Nothing less, nothing more.
Comment: One for tarte tatin lover. Once again, if you liked the 1989 sherried Littlemill releases, you'll like this one.

83/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by ALouis
Color: Amber
Nose: woody notes with this bourbon on incense, rose water and smoky like a Medoc too woody.
It really looks like a Bordeaux bodybuilder, plus some caramel and a healthy dose of cinnamon.
With aeration the caramel becomes more prevalent, the wood is cleared a little and it becomes more monolithic.
Mouth: again the wood is present with some astringency, caramel, and a slight smoky a lot of spices.
With aeration timber is always present with the addition of cough syrup and vegetal notes of dry straw happens becomes very same plant on hemp.
Finish: long but sickening
80/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Flonews
Color: light gold
Nose: fruity and honeyed notes interest right away the tasting buds, but alcohol is too present to linger very long. A little bit Irish has nothing to displease me. And why not a single grain?
Mouth: without ventilation or water, the strength of alcohol is excessive. However, the sweet notes that are reflected are unusual and very interesting. Adding water neutralizes quite fast the fruity notes and leaves room for a certain acidity. Very present alcohol now still ask for a little more water. Will I end up drowning? The mouth is not a revelation after softening. The first scents are fleeting and nothing really arises.
But the final is softer, topped with a scent that allow you to find, over time, the originaland frank notes from the first tasting. Over time, the attack became soft, but still difficult to grasp. Light notes of peach settle, highlighted by a delicate wood. Long enough to set the scene, but not intense enough to score positively. Very difficult to know if the dilution was beneficial or neutralized drink.
Finale: Longer than expected, it catches all giving coherence
77/100
WDTS2012-07
Comment by Borg
color: Gold/orange
Nose: alcohol boost, than orange marmalade and citrus, half sweet and buttery
Taste: The alcohol anesthetized tongue and taste, very dominant. It burns and last long.

After: keeps burning, then dry and oak.

This one is really to dominant due to the alcohol, difficult to get any taste out of it.

65/100

Aultmore Not in collection

Aultmore

20 years - The Whisky Agency for Scotchwhisky.de

Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
56,4 %
Bottler
The Whisky Agency
Cask
Bourbon Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 5910
Dates
Distil: 09-1990 Bottling: 09-2010
Bottle
124 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Altmore TWA 20
Personal Comment

Aultmore

28 years

Age
28 years
Alcohol percentage
53,5 %
Bottler
Bladnoch forum bottlings
Cask number
single cask 2216
Dates
Distil: 22-5-1982 Bottling: 6-10-2010
Bottle
235 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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87/100
Aultmore 28 Bladnoch
Personal Comment

Aultmore

29 yo, 1982

Collection
Celebration of the Cask
Age
29 years
Alcohol percentage
59 %
Bottler
Càrn Mòr (The Scottish Liqueur Centre)
Cask
Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 2225
Dates
Distil: 25/05/1982 Bottling: 17/10/2011
Bottle
158 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 86/100
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The tasting notes

The distilleries

The whisky

The production areas

WDTS: blind tasting sessions List of all distilleries How whisky is made Central Highlands, Eastern Highlands, Northern Highlands,Western Highlands
Recent tastings Distillery owners Whisky history Speyside
Visitors notes The independent bottlers All the bottles in collection Lowlands
Post your own notes The distilleries in their historical context By order of preference Islay
Interactive map of the distilleries By order of value for money Campbeltown
Copyright Contact Links The Isles
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