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Glenturret (Ian McLeod) - Chieftain's Choice 11 years - 11 y.o. - 43,0%
4F: 4E: 74/100


Glenturret Chieftain's Choice 11 years

Bottler:
Ian McLeod
Age:
11 years
Alcohol:
43,0%
Collection:
Chieftain's Choice
Bottle details:
average
74/100
(74,40)
price class:

4 notes disponibles en français
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Jean-Marie Putz

The nose is rather woody and slightly marked by citrus fruits (a very light touch of acidity) on a floral background.
In the palate, a great sweetness and still the presence of citrus fruits (tangerine) and a very slight woody touch. The finish is interesting and more marked by wood than the nose and palate were. However, wood is not really dominating.
The finish is quite long and pleasant. The quotation at the third tasting is higher than at the preceding ones.
70/1002003

Jean-Marie Putz

After a first quite fruity nose, pleasant and complex malt fragrances mixed with cut grass and a hint of yeast follow.
The very first mouth is rather fresh as well, with a kind of candy acidity, and light hints of hazelnut. The overall feeling is sweetness rather than great complexity.
The finish is not tool long, but a memory of sweet and light bitterness prolongs for a while. A kind of decreasing finish.
79/1002008

Jean-Marie Putz

A pleasant whisky from the middle of the Highlands. This whisky can be considered as a classic one, very good, but without surprises.
79/1002005

Jean-Marie Putz

At the second tasting, the nose was really marked by citrus (orange). A kind of acidity in the smell.
The taste is rather acid as well even if it is nicely fresh, with some malt on the background.
The finish is of average length, still marked by the freshness and acidity.
70/1002004

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