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The whisky

List of the bottles

Cragganmore: official bottlings

Cragganmore

12 years

Collection
Classic Malts
Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
40,0 %
Bottler
Official
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Forum 82/100

The colour is old gold, and the nose recognizes fruit, citrus fruits (grapefruit), tobacco and iodine;
The palate is slightly smoked and confirms the nose.
The finish, malted, is from average length.

(la Maison du Whisky)

Personal Comment
Cragganmore is United Distillers' choice for representing the Speyside area in the "Classic Malts" collection. UDV could have made a worse choice. This bottle, modest by its price, is rather ambitious by its taste and its aftertaste. Lots of aromas and fragrances are present from the first nosing, which is rather unusual for a malt from this area. I really recommend this bottle.
79/100
The nose is rather pleasant. A second tasting did nod deny the first one. The taste is slightly salted, complex and really representative of the whiskies of that area. The pleasant finish confirms the impressions of the first tasting.
84/100
The third tasting just confirms the two preceding ones: very pleasant small, slightly smokes, followed bay a very rich and complex taste, associated to a nice finish with an average length.
84/100
The nose was rather smoky and complex at the fourth tasting, with clear hints of citrus fruit. The taste in the palate is influenced by smoke on the background, and is rather salted, which is characteristic of whiskies from more Northern or closer to the sea areas. A nice finish, and an excellent whisky.
84/100
Nothing new for the fifth tasting...
84/100
The nose is pleasantly marked by an harmonious mix of plum malt and sherry hints. After a short while, some spices arrive together with a light touch of smoke. The mouth is relatively complex with a kind of dominance by cereals and some slightly spiced and clearly salted notes. The finish is very smooth with first some malted hints quickly followed by more bitter notes.
79/100
Apperance: Coppertoned full gold.
Nose: First impression is of fresh fruits. Refreshing and sweet. Vanilla and fruit brandy. Buttery. Diluted dram is dryer with a slight wooden aroma. Complex.
Body: Light to medium but very firm and smooth. Palate: Easy going. Semi sweet with a wide range of fruits. Long finish with outstanding complexity. Dried fruits, floral notes, butter, oak and leather.
Comments: A very good Speyside malt. I don't seem to rate it as high as the experts do, and I usually prefer The Glenlivet and The Macallan 12 Year bottlings to this one when it comes to Speysiders. Probably due to lacking experience. This is a very nuanced single malt. I'll get another bottle of Cragganmore in a couple of years and see what I think then.
85/100

Cragganmore

Distillers edition 1987

Collection
Distillers Edition (Classic Malts)
Age
14 years
Alcohol percentage
40,0 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Porto
Particularity
(double maturation)
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79/100
The colour is amber with orange glints, the nose is sweet, marked by surprisingly cherry touches.
The palate is smooth with fresh notes and spices hints.
Personal Comment
This whisky from Speyside is very well balanced, and gives of lots of aromas. In my opinion, this is one of the riches malts from this area. It is part of the "Classic Malts" from United Distillers and Vintners. This bottling is part of the "Distillers edition" and was matured in port casks, unlike the traditional version. A very great reference in the world of Speyside whiskies. Excellent, and I really recommend it.
84/100
At the second nosing, the nose is characterized by a remarkable complexity, combining malt hints with some sweet floral touches. The palate is smooth too, and the Port does not dominate the taste. The finish, of average length, crowns the whole.
79/100
A quite fruity and sweet nose announces a well balanced whisky. In the mouth, some fresh and slightly woody hints, rather sweet too. The sweetness is enhanced by the percentage of alcohol (which gives this whisky a kind of "watery" character). A nice finish, rather long, recalling some woody hints and a touch of chocolate....
79/100
The first nose is rather indifferent with its mix of yeast and cut grass.
In the palate, malty tastes seem to dominate some rather acid hints and discrete vanilla touches.
The finish is not very long and the memory of malty tastes remains for a certain time.
74/100

Cragganmore

Cask Strength 10 years

Collection
Limited edition collection
Age
10 years
Alcohol percentage
60,1 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
First fill sherry
Dates
Distil: 1993 Bottling: 2004
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 84/100
Cragganmore 10 ans Cask strength
Personal Comment
A rather fresh nose, with hints of hazelnut, grass and a touch of acidity, probably due to the alcohol level. A discrete touch of peat and smoke on the background, and some rather complex woody notes.
In the palate, a great complexity, a great sweetness with a touch of bitterness, walnut taste. The finish develops on malt, and is very smooth, despite the relative high degree of alcohol and is exceptionally long and pleasant.
84/100
A second tasting completely confirmed the first one. Nothing to add at this time.
84/100

Cragganmore

17 years

Collection
Special Edition
Age
17 years
Alcohol percentage
55,5 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1988 Bottling: 2006
Bottle
3738 of 5970 btls
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84/100
Cragganmore 17
Color : gold.
Nose: marked by complex notes of marzipan, apple stew, coconut and coffee grounds, it also reveals citrus hints. Continuously developing on a background of woody (oak) and chocolate notes.
Mouth: first smooth and creamy, it developes on sweet spices (nutmeg and cinnamon) and fruity notes (apple)
Finish: intense and dry, it goes on on candied fruit and a touch of smoke on a background of woody and fine chocolate notes.
(la Maison du Whisky)
Personal Comment
An intense floral nose, very complex with hints of vanilla and fruits (pear, peach) The palate is pleasantly complex, developing quickly from the announced sweetness on acid notes (green apple), on a malty background. The finish is long and warm, in the perfect continuation of the mouth sensations.
84/100

Cragganmore

21 years

Collection
Limited edition collection
Age
21 years
Alcohol percentage
56 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 2010
Bottle
233 of 5856 btls
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0/100
Cragganmore 21
Personal Comment

Cragganmore independent bottlings

Cragganmore

Un-chillfiltered collection 1989

Collection
Un-chillfiltered collection
Age
14 years
Alcohol percentage
46,0 %
Bottler
Signatory
Particularity
Non chillfiltered (Double maturation)
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76/100
Personal Comment

Cragganmore as well as "Signatory's Un-chill filtered collection" use to produce very great malts. This bottle is thus the exception confirming both rules...
Beside the white wine colour (like most of the bottlings in this collection) which could surprise less informed drinkers, the nose is also disappointing. The typical Speyside fragrances are not present. My first impression was that I was drinking some Lowlands whisky. The palate, not really frank, reveals a mix of light malt and citrus fruits. The whole "washed-out". A not really consisting finish, and that's it. A cruel deception. It is the first deception for this distillery as well as for the collection. This bottle deserves certainly a second chance...
70/100
The second tasting confirmed the hints of cut grass, reminding a Lowlands, but a great complexity has been detected, and emphasised the very pleasant taste of this nice whisky who was judged too severely the first time
79/100
The third tasting just confirmed the second one. This bottle is somewhere between a characterful Lowland and a slightly acid Speyside. A good bottle.
.79/100
At the fourth tasting, the quite discrete nose revealed some fresh cut grass notes along with more perfumed red fruit notes (red currant). The palate, rather fresh too, follows precisely the nose impressions, fruity and relatively complex. Hints of red currants, with their typical acidity and raspberries (sweeter but with a richer taste). A relatively short finish completes the scope with touches reminding the nose and mouth impressions. An amazing bottle, which seems to get better and better with time and aeration....
79/100
A first rather fresh and medicinal nose. Hints of ether behind floral notes.
In the mouth, the first acidity develops on something difficult to describe, some acid bitterness. Some fruity notes in transparency.
The finish is rather long and the same dominating hints are present, both bitterness and acidity.
74/100


Cragganmore

12 years (Bladnoch Bottling)

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
62,0 %
Bottler
Bladnoch forum bottlings
Cask number
single cask 1959
Dates
Distil: 1/04/1993 Bottling: 14/01/2006
Bottle
0 of 0 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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79/100
Cragganmore: bladnoch forum
Personal Comment
The nose is rather complex, mixing fruit smells (green apple) to spices, especially pepper. Behind this first impressions, some freshness, with hints of slightly dryed cut grass. The first impression in teh palate is a kind of bitterness combined to an impressing percentage of alcohol. Then, the taste of some pleasant pear spirit developing quickly (once the first alcoho hint passed) on fru-ity and malty notes while keeping that rather pleasant bitterness feeling in the mouth, gining a special dimension to the whole. The finish is nice, long, at the time fresh and warm, recalling clearly a fruit spirit.
79/100

Cragganmore

Rare Auld Cask Strength 18 years

Collection
Rare Auld Cask Strength
Age
18 years
Alcohol percentage
55,3 %
Bottler
Duncan Taylor
Cask number
single cask 1385
Dates
Distil: 03-1993 Bottling: 08-2011
Bottle
279 of 494 btls
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0/100
Cragganmore Duncan Taylor 18
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

1999, Bourbon hogshead

Age
11 years
Alcohol percentage
55,1 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
Bourbon Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 110012
Dates
Distil: 11/12/1999 Bottling: 10/2011
Bottle
250 of 298 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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WDTS2012-01 87/100
Cragganmore MOS 99
Personal Comment

Color: Gold
A pretty nose made of a nice mix of spices and green fruit characterizes this whisky at first. The contrast between the peppery notes and green apple gives it a nice complexity that is confirmed by the appearance of a few notes of mold that appear to be behind a veil of sweets.
The mouth, though in the perfect continuation of the nose is at first less complex. The same notes of fruit, acid drops and spices are found in the mouth. But all has settled down. This whisky still remains no less remarkable.
The relatively long finish is warm and pleasant. The acidity of the fruit is completely gone here and softer notes, milk chocolate or mocha seem to replace them.

88/100

WDTS2012-01
Comment by Mars
Nose: Fruity exuberant (lime, physalis, kiwi, passion fruit, pineapple, mango, coconut, ...), wax, spices, bread, paper, cardboard, grapefruit.
A true exotic fruit basket.
Taste: Ultra fruity, very lemony with a bit of kiwi and spice. Powerful.

Final: bitter, exotic fruits, lemon, unbalanced and rather peculiar (in a good way).


Comments: It is better to avoid adding water as this imbalance even more and you lose exotic fruit. Aeration also makes it lose a little in flavor.
I'm anxious to know what it is because I literally loved this whisky. As good on my scale as a BenRiach 1976! But also different!
92/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by PatGVA
Colour tiled
Nose: pepper, oriental spices, hay, wet sheet, wet wool, super sour cream, apple chard, old butter, vanilla, pastry, sugar candy, it is very beautiful
Mouth: pepper, fresh wood, mocha, dark chocolate, sweet touch of praline,
Final: powerful balanced on dark chocolate, beautiful long development
92/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Malt1972
Colour: old gold
Nosing: toffee, honey, polish, sweet citrus
Tasting: Raisins, toffee again, rich, complex but also gentle, sweet
Finish: long and quite sweet, a touch of vanilla

Very nice! Benriach single cask?
91/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Blackmalt
Color: gold
Nose begins with delicacy on yellow fruit, slightly waxy with a light veil of dust. Some citrus strolling in the corner to give a bit of acidity in this whole very pleasant. Straightforward and very well done.
Mightier than the mouth and nose beautifully woody. Very focused on the fruity nose. It will also stay warmer and more presence. The power must certainly come from this pepper that I feel in the background. There is also a little yeast. But it is very discreet and does nothing to mask the rest of this mouth really good.
Long and moderately powerful final. A little bitterness and a spicy back palate with some fruit for all. Besides, it makes me think back to a Lao dish ... Yes a fresh mango chili :) it is great, worth to give it a try someday (Besides the note and also valid for the mouth)


Comment: super whisky. Not very complex, but very well done. The flavors are well balanced and sufficiently present to be well received. I would glue a good mark for this nice time spent for these flavors and I have greatly appreciated!
91/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Color: Yellow Gold
Nose: nose first charming, attractive, warm, very homogeneous and very well blended, so much so that it is difficult to analyze. Highly concentrated honey or hydromel, mead. White bread also. Marzipan, a hint of juniper or genepi. Rose jam in the background. Finally develops a pleasant slightly sour note.
The water has little influence on the nose even if it goes in the right direction.
Mouth: slightly oily, slightly alcoholic, on the red fruit concentrate.
The water influence is more evident on the mouth and significantly improves it.
Final: In the line of the mouth, then a pleasant wave recalling more nose. Ends with a slight minerality slightly peaty.
Like the nose, the finish is slightly improved by adding a few drops of water.

Comment: Very nice, really. Charming, seductive. A certain class at a time almost greedy. The water provides it revealing polish.
89/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by ALouis
Color: Amber
Nose: Firstly little expressive, finally this whisky necessitates good ventilation to engage.
A fine nose, elegant, a beautiful basket of autumnal fruit, vanilla, dried fruit, honey, orange, and chocolate.
Palate: The palate is equally fine, we have cocoa, orange, some dried fruit, coconut and spices.
Final long enough suggestive of a bourbon.
89/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Jean-Michel
Colour: Deep gold
Nose: Cooked fruits strike first. Baked prunes. And hot butter. Plum crisp. Kouign Amann (check Google if you’ve never heard about this one). Mouth-watering. The cask brought quite some spices but they are softly mixed with a high end subtly fruity distillate, not unlike some early 70’s Glen Grants. Very musky. Polished furniture. And some marron glacé? Really complex!
Mouth: We still have this nice balance between fruit and wood, but this time wood is the winner. Starts on blood orange, quickly catched up by dry fruits (roasted almonds) and a touch of orange blossom water. The alcohol remains quite discreet though we probably reach 55%.
Finish: Long, on crystalized oranges and a slightly drying spiciness.
Comment: A full-bodied and generous malt, with a slightly drying mouth. It was time to bottle this one!
89/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Amor57
The first nose is dominated by sherry and butter. Then come quickly nice fruity (quetsche, cherry plum), roasted grain and pear. With a little aeration I find the flour, woody, turpentine, pear, chalk, a few pretty raspberry and citrus. Until then just fun, whisky is delicious with additional rest: vanilla, raspberry, cinnamon, black pepper. On the palate is dry, with a slight bitterness, a mountain of spices including cinnamon and vanilla, and yellow peach (_ from yellow peach to black pepper and cinnamon, it's good!), Apple and prune. The finale, of a beautiful length, remains on the latter notes with bitterness cocoa which persists.
A pleasant whisky, but that must be giving time and attention.
89/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by mapi
color: amber brown
the nose is clearly marked by the round and leather, encaustic, the bitter chocolate. Whisky is powerful but balanced.
The palate is soft. Alcohol is developed in a second time and then come the aromas. A beautiful structure.
The caramel brings roundness. then dries the mouth as if you ate chocolate Van Houten with its astringent side, then back on the leather.
The finish is spicy, tangy before returning to the caramel.

Fine sherry. Powerful with matter. superb
89/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Jmputz
Color: Gold
A pretty nose made of a nice mix of spices and green fruit characterizes this whisky at first. The contrast between the peppery notes and green apple gives it a nice complexity that is confirmed by the appearance of a few notes of mold that appear to be behind a veil of sweets.
The mouth, though in the perfect continuation of the nose is at first less complex. The same notes of fruit, acid drops and spices are found in the mouth. But all has settled down. This whisky still remains no less remarkable.
The relatively long finish is warm and pleasant. The acidity of the fruit is completely gone here and softer notes, milk chocolate or mocha seem to replace them.

88/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Arno
Nose: starts with polished wood, encaustic, hints of smoke & tobacco. A little walnut oil and paper. Herbs, heather. A set that borders on a light and dry peat. More concealed, there is a hint of sherry with dried fruit and salt, young and dry timber and a little licorice. This sherry side is increased by aeration.
Palate: first licorice/anise the sherry (oloroso) with prunes, honey, spices and dry wood. Switch to dark notes of smoke, coal and leather. Quite spicy aftertaste
Final: toast, herbaceous and reminders of sherry
Conclusion: a peaty finish with sherry? I like, an alliance that works well, between spicy and tasty notes of sherry and those darkest of peat, with a part of burnt aromas here. Simple but effective.
88/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Corbuso
Colour: Old gold
Nose: Smooth, soft, on freshly baked pastries and light fragrant notes.
Taste: Smooth, soft, with nice rich mild spicy notes, some honey and heather, and a thin thread of peat smoke and sea brine. These smoky notes becomes slightly more powerful over time, complemented by delicate floral notes and some toffee. Harmonious. The finish is medium, slightly floral, fragrant, aromatic and peaty, with a thread of bitterness and some light fruity notes.
Impression: A soft, but elegant and seducing harmonious whisky that I enjoyed very much. A complex whisky that deserves time to savour.
87/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Roblanza
color: light amber
nose: full toffee with burned wood and liquorice
taste: mild warm toffee with a bite, pinch of caramel and vanilla a powerful combination, towards the finish even more power and tones of 'bastogne' cookies and hints of cinnamon
87/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Bpoujol
Colour: Old gold.
The nose is appealing with notes from refill sherry. Pretty sweet. Melting pot of fruit: yellow fruits, exotic fruits. Rich.
Powerful mouth, the alcohol is present and masks the whole. There are some fruit and a slight woodiness. Adding water brings out the fruit.
Final: moderately long, fairly intense fruit.
The addition of water is required.
87/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Jbrice
Nose: as pie pastry with apricot with its custard, a little vegetal, spices (anise and cumin)
Palate: Oily. Astringent palate, the flavors are part of the continuity of the nose with a touch of tangy, chemical candy like.
Finish: long final anise alcohol, flavorings and pastry side fermented (beer).
86/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Piazzolla
Fresh nose (very citrus / lemon) and lively (just spirity). Becomes more pastry thereafter (sablé). Hint of pepper.
Mouth: smooth texture, pretty herbaceous attack and evolution on the lemon with a hint of spice (pepper / woody). A little hot. A light veil of smoke. Faint note of clove.
Final medium, in line with the mouth.
Conclusion: nice, a touch of originality, but no favorite. Deserves to be discovered.
85/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by TTN
Color: Gold
Nose: Baked apple dominant, apple cake. Seems fairly dry to me. A little sawdust side a little disturbing but that fades throughout the tasting.
Mouth: All rounder and very different from the impression left by the nose. Very fruity with such a lot of red fruits. Then the mouth develops more on citrus.
Finish: Long, always on the fruit with just enough ginger.
Overall impression: The (too) woody side perceived at the first taste is gone (it was necessary to leave a little time to aerate) and I must say I prefer it so.
85/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Savoureur
appearance: reddish gold
nose: medium intensity, alcohol present but acceptable, dusty (amber), Williams pear, malty, chewing gum "Big Red"
taste: medium to high intensity, at first spicy pepper, later less intense, Big Red, dry sherry (Amontillado kind), a little bitterness (walnut bark)
finish: medium
With water: The Big Red becomes more intense on the nose, the pepper taste becomes less intense and the mouth is more balanced, I prefer with a few drops of water
Conclusion: A whisky whose major asset is his expressive and pleasurable taste (and it's me who claims that who most of the time prefers the pleasures of nosing)
85/100
WDTS2012-01
Commentaire de Dagde
Color: Caramel
Nose: Milk chocolate dominating, green apple and hints of cork. With aeration takes over the fruity notes with caramel (butterscotch). Confectionery then takes his ease. It becomes cool with menthol.
Taste: This is energetic with the fleetingly sweet chocolate caramel, hints of coffee with milk supplemented with touches slightly peppery. Then there is a flood of slightly acidic fruitiness. It is fairly chemical, not fatal but still a little reluctant.
Final: Expressive but simplified the Harlequin-type candy. Sweet with a resurgence of industrial fruit.

Conclusion: A flattering whisky by its aromatic palette. Nosed player, he continues in the field of confectionery in all directions at the mouth and the final. A bit too much on synthetic candy fragrances to stand out.
84/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Dede
Colour: Pale Amber
Nose: What strikes at first sight, the smell of freshly cut pear quarter, but also newspaper. It is accompanied by notes of fugitive church incense and the sweetness of barley sugar or cotton candy. A little water makes it more green, or slightly vinous.
Palate: The attack is powerful, we feel the burn of alcohol. From aromatic point of view, we remain in the area of ​​sweets, with the marshmallow and the spiciness of ginger. With a little water, it is more easily drinkable, but as often is gained bitter vegetable.
Finish: Quite long, on a green fruit.

Conclusion A correct but monolithicw hisky, lacking fantasy and perhaps maturity.
79/100
WDTS2012-01
Color: Yellow Gold
Nose: The nose is fairly mineral at the beginnig then spicy aromas evolving toward (cloves). Alcohol is present in.
Taste: Warm, that aroma of cloves is still dominant. Alcohol is still present.
Final: Average, always in the same line (clove, alcohol also present). Slightly fruity notes are now added.

Alcohol is very present from beginning to end.
79/100
WDTS2012-01
Comment by Alexandre
The nose shows a beautiful palette of yellow fruit (peach, pear) in relative dryness (dry wood, wax). The power and complexity are moderate, it does not help the expressiveness. With aeration, lavender appears, while the fruit is a little softer.
The palate is fruity, in the continuity of the nose. There is also the farm, and something more plant-ish (peat?). Then appears an unpleasant sensation of uncontrolled alcoholic power. It is very strong, the chili and sulfur, and this prevents proper development of aromas.
The final, long, remains on the feeling of power, with spice, minerality and a little coffee. Aeration reveals the embers and smoke.

Finally, a whisky with uncontrolled power, especially in the mouth.
78/100

Cragganmore

Craggenmore 15 years

Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
53,5 %
Bottler
Malts of Scotland
Cask
Bourbon Hogshead
Cask number
single cask 14015
Dates
Distil: 1999 Bottling: 2014
Bottle
126 of 247 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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0/100
Craggenmore MOS
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

Twenty

Collection
Barrel Selection
Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
50 %
Bottler
Wilson & Morgan
Dates
Distil: 1993 Bottling: 2013
Particularity
Non chillfiltered
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0/100
Cragganmore WM 20 years
Personal Comment
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Corbuso
Colour: Gold-old gold
Nose: Smooth, on cooked and candied fruits, waxy, on beeswax, a hint of smoke, some tangerine, peach, apricots and other fruits. Well balanced.
Taste: Spicy, slightly coastal and salty, juicy, rich, slightly waxy and grassy, on cooked fruits, fruit jam, some smoke and nice round aromatic and floral notes. The finish is medium, waxy, grassy, fruity, bold, and slightly spicy, on cooked fruits, apples, pears, tangerine, some sultanas, melon a hint of peat smoke and some other fruity and slightly floral notes.
Impression: A lovely whisky, well balanced, harmonious, bold, rich and fruity. A whisky definitely worth trying than I thoroughly enjoyed.

91/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Jeep
Nose: On the saffron, curry, pepper, lots of chocolate, coffee, a little leather. A very elegant sherry mainly on spices. Beautiful power, no alcohol.
Palate: Lots of matter but not alcohol. Wood, tobacco box, chocolate, coffee, still curry, nuts, praline and caramel. Greedy, plus the texture is very fat, very thick. Super interesting.
Finish: Long on these toffee notes.
Conclusion: I like this sherry. Powerful, complex and quite demonstrative but no trace of alcohol. 90 +
90/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Jmputz
Color: Old Gold
Plum jam, sherry and smells of dried fruit give the nose an unusual exuberance. This does not announce a traditional whisky, but something spicy, original ... Briefly, a whisky I like. A nice crisp addition to the sherry gives it a very nice complexity.
In the mouth, there is this strange combination of plum jam and just ripe fruit, then with very light notes of coffee, mocha. Atypical whisky course, but we would like more of this stuff.
The finish is long and warm. This time with a clear domination by mocha and coffee.
90/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Applecross
Nose: Intense herbal aromas, "Maggi" or Marmite and fenugreek seeds,
Polished oak, sherry, vanilla in the background

palate: Wow, very interesting, again very herbal, roasted nuts, bitter chocolate or dark cacao, but somehow sweet at the same time

Finish: Long, sweet in the beginning, getting dryer with tannins, also a bit of cured oak
A warming and perfect dram in front of the open fireplace.

Interesting Whisky with a complex range of aromas, I personally like that style.

90/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Dekyriel
Color: Copper
Nose: Affirmed, oaky, on leather, smoked animal. Rather pungent. Include fermentation sherry. Walnut vinegar. Notes of star anise.
Taste: Chocolate First, evolving on nut, hazelnut. Remains smooth but intense on the acacia honey. Evolves much on herbs (tarragon).
Finish: Long, in the mocha, the bitterness until his end.

Comment: Beautiful and powerful sherry, well done.
88/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Loic43
Nose: Nice fruity nose (ripe fruit, white fruit, some exotic fruits), cereals, raisins, spices. It is melted and quite difficult to decipher. Water changes the balance, showing the dried fruit.

Taste: very fruity, slightly spicy, sweet without being too sugary. The flavors are well blended, it gives the impression of an old ex-bourbon. This is not a crazy complexity but it is very good. The water brings dry fruits but also bitterness.

Final: average length

Comment: No default, a nice malt!

88/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Wiski
Color: Amber.
Nose first nose paint, rubber, nuts (walnut cake) and a basket of dried fruit (raisins, hazelnuts, almonds), net perfume cream coffee, then (but pleasant!!) opens with honey, lemon, lemongrass, oak.
Palate: fruity (citrus, tropical fruit), juicy, spicy, very woody. Cocoa and espresso black) well roasted! (malted barley, popcorn).
Final: return on nuts, black coffee, dark chocolate.
88/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Jbrice
Nose: A frank attack on the sherry. Woody, dried fruits (hazelnuts, walnuts), candied plum. Fairly standard after all, it feels a little alcohol but in a "medicinal" way. Aeration develops animal notes around leather and musk, very light sulfur touches.

Palate: concentrated, fat, on the wood and animal notes (quite present).

Finish: long on leather.

Comments: A sherry whisky that may seem traditional but I enjoyed the typical (animal notes). It has complexity, but I like this style because different from many other sherry whiskys.
87/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Singlemalt71
Nose: At first spiciness with wood tones, but also raisins (sultanas). After that clear sweet sherry tones (Pedro Ximénez) as well.

Taste: Somewhat bitter with a slight sweetness and spicy. In the taste the sultana influences are present also.

Finish: Medium long, spicy and again some light sultana influences.

87/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Flonews
Nose: Fresh, a hint of cereal, pepper and light match.

mouth alcohol dominates the first mouth but leaves little room for casting and pepper caramel. Adding water is very welcome, more plant, paper mache and a hint of wood. The opening is very friendly and gaining length with more fat in the mouth. Over time, the nose is more complex, turning on exotic fruit.

final: good length or plants mingle with caramel (toffee).

Very closed at the first tasting, adding water reveals an elegant drink, surprising and very pleasant. While subtle, the flavors are well blended and quite atypical.
87/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Dagde
Nose: A very sherry nose heavily drawing on the nut at the opening. The dry fruit is diversifying (dates, hazelnut) and comes with chocolate - mocha (in interlaced), honey and a little wild strawberries (but it is rather light). All fits together but there is a little too much alcohol to really be conquered. Prolonged opening (and water) confirms the growing presence of mocha but demonstrates that there is still a little fat around the flavors.

Taste: Still alcohol but notes of nuts pie, honey and grenadine around oscillations of coffee. Adding water is not very favorable to him reducing the taste palette and a drier (chocolate, light oak), even if it is more easily drinkable. It is rather good, rather diffuse but lacks a (more accurate) "technical" dimension to convince us.

Finale: We have here the hard mocha but maintaining a certain softness. It lacks punch and length but the last note is undoubtedly pleasant. The aftertaste returns to the gooseberry .

Comment: A good sherry , well balanced in the background but is still a prisoner of alcohol. While some flavors are not very significant (grenadine, rather industrial , alcohol remains) , the accuracy of the nuts and mocha (nose and final) will make you want to dive again.
86/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Savoureur
appearance: light amber
nose: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, sweet apples, raisins, prunes, dry sherry, black coffee (after breathing)
taste: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, black coffee, sulfur, slightly bitter, fruits remain in the background
finish: medium

86/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Whiskywardrobe
“It must be me... but I swear this one is also a PX cask whisky”
This dram has a copper-like color.

Nose (85): (5)more than average. honey, wood, meat, floral, citrus. Strange. I think I have already tasted this whisky...

Taste (87): powerful, oily. honey, wood, citrus, spices, pepper, cocoa.

Finish (87): (5)longer than average. honey, wood, cocoa.

86/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Kundalini
Nose: light Sherry
Mouth: very complex, creamy chocolate, dry Sherry
Finish: medium long

86/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Mathieutaz13
Nose: Quite expressive on prunes in brandy, grapes, fresh nuts.
There are also notes of precious woods and spices (turmeric) but alcohol is a little too present.
With aeration, feels less alcohol and found a beautiful expression of fruity sherry!
Palate: The attack is round and sweet plum on the particular then becomes spicier (wood chips, tandoori spices) and ends on the fresh nut. The power of the nose is found in the mouth dries the palate a bit and ask a few drops of water to mitigate the phenomenon.
The final becomes more expressive with Zan (Haribo Licorice), rolling tobacco and moist smell of old books.

Conclusion:
An interesting whisky with a beautiful cherry color, a good range of flavors but can be a little too stereotyped and too pronounced presence of alcohol just spoils the party for my taste ...
85/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Samhain
Colour: red-gold.
Nose: spicy, fruity, some wood, cacao - with water some dried fruits (apricots).
Palate: spicy, nutmeg (Muskatnuss), Cacao, some dark wood, some dried fruits as well as ashes come up when adding water.
Finish: nutmeg lasts quite long.
Overall: very spicy dram - really interesting, this needs some water in my opinion.

83/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de RX21
Couleur: copper
Nose: Vegetable (celery) Fruits (peaches)
Mouth: Fresh walnuts, yellow wine
Finis: On the walnuts

83/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de Jean-Michel
Colour: Chestnut.
Nose: Starts on some nice hard caramel. A good old roudoudou, if that rings a bell… Quite oaky. Ground wood (strange, hey?). Soft spices. Something acetic and fruity at the same time. Raspberry vinegar? And some whiffs of alcohol despite the reasonable ABV (48%?). No obvious flaws, but not really thrilling.
Mouth: Soft, but certainly not cloying. Probably more alcohol than I first thought. Seems closer to 60% than 50%, actually. Rich and creamy, with a little coffee now. Quite monolithic as far as flavours is concerned, I’m afraid. Gets much better with a (large) drop of water, opening up on some nice pineapple notes.
Finish: The best part! Long, with obvious big red cherries, and a little burnt wood at the end. And a pinch of salt in the aftertaste.
Comment: A robust and straightforward malt for those who like it hot. And a great swimmer!

82/100
WDTS2013-05
Commentaire de ALouis
Color: Deep gold
Nose: rather sherry on nuts, cocoa, honey, dried fruit, notes of wine and a lot of spices.
Mouth, mouth to nose with the same nuts even more present.
sherry or whisky?
Finish: long on nuts and honey
78/100

Cragganmore: samples

Cragganmore

1989-2004

Collection
Cask strength Collection
Age
15 years
Alcohol percentage
55,8 %
Bottler
Signatory
Cask number
single cask 981
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 2004
Bottle
300 of 332 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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BT2006 79/100
Personal Comment
The first nose is rather aggressive, tingling but seems to improve after a short while. However, the tingling notes dominate some discrete fruity touches.
The mouth is an amazing mix of acid and bitter notes, coming out on nice fruity hints, with a clear presence of alcohol, but relatively complex and not unpleasant.
The finish is fresh and rather long, and nice peach notes remain in the throat
79/100

Cragganmore

20 years, Master of Malt

Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
54,2 %
Bottler
Master of Malt
Cask
Refill Hogshead
Dates
Distil: 8-3-1991 Bottling: 03-2011
Bottle
274 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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WDTS2011-04 81/100
Cragganmore 20 MoM
Personal Comment
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Sebou007
Color : Hay

Nose : We start with notes of zesty apples, apricot nectar and vanilla. Some candied pineapple and some orange juice. The nose then goes toward crushed fresh almond. It smells like butter and fruits (crumble). It's sweet, fresh, acidulous. Perfect for some summer night. A slight hint of alcohol and white pepper.

Mouth : We start with fresh orange juice and a basket of summer fruits. It's dynamic and warming. The sugar is very well balanced. Very few bitterness, a hint of vanilla.
Some drops of water make it bitter, even though the fruits become more exuberant.

Finale : Long, sugary, on fresh fruits.

Conclusion : I think that's an excellent whisky. Not very complex but what a pleasure ! It's fresh, perfect for summer and rich on fruits.
87/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Alexandre
The nose opens with nice aromas of tobacco leaf, along with candle wax. Well balanced, it finishes with notes of lemon and medicinal plants. Refreshing and comforting at the same time, the nose, after some time in the glass, develops vanilla and woody smells as well as yellow fruits and a touch of sherry and chocolate. This shows a nice evolution, and it is properly balanced.

The palate is soft, much softer than the nose might suggest. There is coffee, hops, molasses and peat farm. Alcohol is affected a little. Aeration highlights of gourmet flavors of sherry (roasting), before developing a nice smoky on the finish (charcoal), with peat ever present.

The finish has a beautiful blend of fruit flavors (peach, pear) and smoke. Medium length, it appears almost sticky.

In conclusion, an honest whisky, coming out a little off the beaten track. To be discovered.
86/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Jmputz
Color: Gold
The first nose is quite aggressive, but after a few minutes of aeration the strong presence of alcohol perceived makes widely place to nice fruity notes, although a slight tingling continues to exist.
The nose is also very fresh, mixing grass clippings to the ripe fruit, peaches, bananas.
Alcohol is present in the mouth. The complexity announced by the nose is not really found here. That said, the mouth is very pleasant, with fruity notes and a nice fresh acid in the background.
It is not transcendent.
The finish is long and warm, and a blend of fruity and slightly bitter mixed with milk chocolate seems to dominate for a few minutes.
85/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Piazzolla
Nose: a little gentle, fruity (pear and peach). Round. A little spicy. Overall nice.
Palate: Oily and fresh and sweet evolution with a hint of kirsch. Apple next. Notes discrete beers notes last. Vegetal side too (fresh herbs).
Finish: medium long, consistent with the mouth. More acidic at the end (lemon). Salty.

Not bad, but no favorite. He did not inspire.

85/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by mapi
Straw color.
The nose is not really attractive at first with notes of herb and leek, like water the flowers that we have forgotten to change.
The mouth starts with a soft attack and alcohol is allowing flavors to develop. These flavors are fermentation: mushrooms with a side of bitter and a little bitterness. I note a certain discrepancy between the nose and mouth. Whisky gains in complexity.
The finish is average, almost woody vanilla. I found hints of white beer. Rather pleasant.
85/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Johannes_Sauer
Colour: White wine.
Nose: Very fruity, quinces, green apples and vanilla with a robust whiff of cask-strength-alcohol. Fine oriental spices like cinnamon and coriander seeds. Also forest flowers, wet wood and waldmeister. Very nice and pleasant.
Taste: Full and with a strong entrance of the alcohol, but in the back very soft and round. Fine notes of vanilla (natural bourbon)and and spices (black pepper!), less fruits. With water there is no great change but more to enjoy.
Finish: Very plesant and with a nice accent on spicy wooden notes, getting more peppered for a good while.
Guesswork: A nice highlander of higher strength, standing tall, maybe finished in a bourbon cask. I had a fine Cadenhead Mortlach long ago, similar to this one.
84/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Pompix
I apologise for so short notes…

Classic on the nose with a beautifull freshness, floral and fruity notes and cereal aroma.
The mouth seems better, with a big contrast.

84/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Dede
Colour: Pale gold
Nose: rather fresh, it has a mix of candy apple, vegetal notes (peach kernel) then there is something sea-ish especially waxy ''à la 'young Clynelish", with nice peppery notes included. Alcohol stings the nostrils a bit, but nothing too serious. The water soothes without changing the profile which is smoothly melted. It seemed quite different in the second tasting. Less waxy, less fade, less attractive, with more vigor.
Palate: The attack is very (too) powerful. There are volts there! Behind alcohol, which can eventually control after many rounds of the liquid in the mouth, it receives a chemical aroma of apple, wax and vegetal notes. But we'll have to add water. Yes, it swims well. Water it is successful, showing spicy notes (pepper or hot pepper) without losing the pleasant flavor of beeswax. Like the first time the mouth has required the addition of a stream of water during the second tasting. As the nose, I find less waxy than the first time, harsher, more bitter.
Finish: Long, it develops a nice slightly bitter green.

Conclusion: A malt for less fiery, which requires water to be tamed. Fortunately, he swims beautifully without any problems and tolerates substantial dilution.
84/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Colour: Pale, white wine.
Nose: Nose first cleared, discrete, hardly noticeable. Grass, juniper very light. Slightly pastry. Almond paste. Develops very slowly. Becomes slightly acidic with time.
The addition of water greatly awakens the nose, although it remains broadly the same notes. The fresh plant was added to the whole that evokes a bit ... iceberg lettuce.
Taste: slightly tingling. Almost ethereal. It seems that the whisky evaporates after a few seconds. There are grassy side accompanied by a note of bitterness wooded.
Water softenes much the attack and in the whisky gains some body. The grass side Evolves into honey liquorice. The woody bitterness fades without disappearing.
Finish: Warm, but like the mouth, it was more like a breathing gas to have swallowed a liquid. More on the honey mouth. Herbaceous and woody notes are virtually extinct.
Just as in the mouth, the addition of water adds on to the final and harmonizes greatly. This final wins in harmony and length.

Comment: Nice, but too quiet. It is a pity as what is perceived is very nice. Do not hesitate to add a few drops of water to the whisky to give its full potential. It then becomes both richer and more easy drinkable.
84/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Dadamien
The nose est very fruity, peach and a bit of apple. Very fresh. White wine, slightly malty. Something floral.
Mouth: Vey fruity (peach) then vegetal and very grassy. Spicy, wasabi, white wine.
The final is fruity and then grassy. Astringent with time.
84/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Savoureur
appearance: Riesling
nose: Medium intensity, too much alcohol and this masks the flavor of the whisky, especially fruits (yellow plums, pears) that emerge
Taste: Medium intensity, creamy and tangy, surprisingly (given the presence of alcohol in the nose) no disturbing alcohol
finish: Short to medium
With water: Even with water and a lot of time of breathing the whisky has problems to open up
Tested another day and with another type of glass (before bugatti, now Glencairn) i had the same impressions
conclusion: A "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" whisky. I do not like the nose, the mouth is very pleasant.
82/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Arno
In the nose, the ardent notes of plum brandy. Does it seem some wood, even some leather and some smoke ?
Extremely hardly. Ask to get some fresh air, and especially some water.
Sparkling mouth. Seem complex, under the power of the alcohol. Difficult to arrest the aromas, in bulk: almond, wooded, plum, ardent spices and pepper. A little leather and smoke to finish.
Finale on raisins and yeast, a little varnishs.
With some water: the nose stays on fruits and leather. The mouth becomes a little bit bitter, astringent, woody and concentrated on the cooked apple and the plum.
Really very enolic. More or less arranged by the water. Unfortunately, I missed by this one, while it seemed to have a good potential. My note on 100 is not very relevant, of the blow.
82/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by RX21
Color: Straw coloured
Nose: Aromatic grass (thymus, basil)
Mouth: Grassy, aromatic grass, lemon
Final: short
81/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Bpoujol
Straw color.
Powerful nose. Yellow fruit, white fruit (pears). Vanilla. A little pastry. Seems quite young.
Mouth rather warm, malty. Light fruit (apples).
Final fairly long intense enough to the malt.
This whisky seems a little simple, a little young?
80/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by ALouis
Colour: straw yellow
Nose: Very malty, a good dose of spice, a little nuts and cough syrup.
Taste: There are lots of cereal, lots of nuts, spices, honey and candy the Vosges.
Final average over honey and nuts.
Immaturity, rather monolithic.
75/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Jean-Michel
Colour: Straw.
Nose: Starts on orchard fruits. Fresh apple juice. With time, gets very grassy and grainy. We’re getting much closer to the raw material now. Crushed cereal. Porridge. Well, more on corn flakes than on porridge actually. Anyway, not my cup of tea, I’m afraid. . . Big whiffs of alcohol. Needs some water to be tamed. With water, artificial flavours appear. Pineapple sweets. Lemon drops.
Mouth: Starts on sweet flavours (back to the lemon drops). Getting really hot now. Burns my throat. Unfolds on liquorice, with a hint of violet, and perhaps a very discreet peat in the background.
Finish: Long and drying, with a rooty bitterness.
Comment: Youngish, grainy, unbalanced… This one was not very inspiring to me.
74/100
WDTS2011-04
Color: White wine
Nose: Green plants mixed with a touch of white grape. Alcohol well integrated.
Taste: Vegetable and fruits as the nose.
Average final.
74/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Blackmalt
Color white wine
Franc nose, fruity and sweet. The smell of nail polish is present. It is fairly strong and this time quite disturbing. Woody thereafter. But not too boring a woody, no, it is very wise. The fruity nose is confirmed by an aroma of ripe pear too. After a period covered, the yeast will appears Well, it now becomes more metallic ... Great, we do not know where to turn with all this .. Where is the balance?
Mouth hot in attack. Always with the fruity nose. Nice continuity. It becomes bitter towards the end. Um yeah ... is clearly too bitter even. I do not like it .
Long finish but too bitter. Too bad it's too present stunning! It hides all the other flavors of this bitterness. Ha, if a taste of yeast comes to visit it. It's not terrible ... Yet the yeast does not bother me, but the two together give a fair result really.
Comment: I am 70 and still generous. My glass is not finished because of the finish and the finish really disturbing. 70 because the average nose and a delicate balance, blends well with the beginning of the mouth (there it saves this whisky honestly, a score ...). 70 as a result is frankly not good, I have chills. My tasting stops net after 10 minutes, I can not do more.
70/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by TTN
Color: straw yellow.
Nose: First lively and alcohol, it quickly becomes softer with a nice floral presence (flowers, rose petals), cereal, brown sugar. With aeration I feel more resin.
Palate: Lively and somewhat dull, both sweet and dry. Lots of vanilla (custard) and then the grass takes over next (geranium), gentian.
Finish: Quite long, astringent flavor of an espresso tight.
Overall impression: The nose will not let me insensitive ... but I do not have experience pleasure after the nose. Again a very characteristic profile "single grain" and / or a cask that made the soul, anything that does not attract me!
68/100

Cragganmore: not in collection

Cragganmore

29 years

Collection
Special Edition
Age
29 years
Alcohol percentage
52,5 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1973 Bottling: 2003
Bottle
6000 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
links & average quote
92/100
Cragganmore 29
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

12 years

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Murray McDavid
Cask
Bourbon / Syrah finish
Dates
Distil: 1993 Bottling: 2006
links & average quote
81/100
Cragganmore MMD 93
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

Distillers edition 1993

Collection
Distillers Edition
Age
14 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
port wood finish
Dates
Distil: 1993 Bottling: 2007
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82/100
Cragganmore DE
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

14 years "For friends"

Age
14 years
Alcohol percentage
47,5 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1986 Bottling: 2000
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Forum 82/100
Cragganmore for friends
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

12 years Cragganmore-Glenlivet

Collection
Original Collection
Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Cadenhead
Cask
Sherry Butt
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 10-2001
Bottle
678 btls
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BT2011 84/100
Cragganmore 12 cadenheads
BT2011
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

Distillers edition 1998

Age
13 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Official
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77/100
Craggaanmore DE 1998
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

Secret Stills 2.2

Age
40 years
Alcohol percentage
45 %
Bottler
Official
Cask
Sherry Hogshead
Dates
Distil: 1966 Bottling: 09/2006
Bottle
600 btls
Particularity
(casks 1204, 1449, 52)
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Forum 87/100
Personal Comment

Cragganmore

24 years, small batch

Collection
Small Batch
Age
24 years
Alcohol percentage
57,5 %
Bottler
Cadenhead
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 2013
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 78/100
Personal Comment

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