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Deanston ( Official) - 17 years - 17 y.o. - 40,0%
3F: 3E: 79/100


Deanston 17 years

Bottler:
Official
Age:
17 years
Alcohol:
40,0%
Bottle details:
Sherry
average
79/100
(79,05)
price class:

3 notes disponibles en français
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Jean-Marie Putz

An interesting nose, with hints of malt mixed with citrus fruis. Acid sugar.... However the sweetness dominates. In the palate, a first dominating impression is wood. Malt comes and sweetnesses it, before the acid notes come back, just before the dry and acid finish. A rather complex whisky.
79/1002004

Jean-Marie Putz

The nose is pleasant and detects malted notes, mixid with some acid and sugared hints, like an orange with honey on a muesli plate.
In the palate, the same sweetness, with some woody hints. A relative complexity, but all the aromas from the nosing remain in the mouth and dominate successively: acidity, sweetness and malted hints.
A rather long finish, remaining in the same patterns.
79/1002005

Jean-Marie Putz

A nice fruity first nose. Lots of freshness, hints of cut grass.
The mouth confirms this first fresh impression and develops quickly on light cashew nuts and milk chocolate. Quite a nice mouth. Very smooth.
The pleasant finish prolongs perfectly the mouth with this smooth chocolate notes. The length is medium.
79/1002009

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