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Coleburn ( Official) - Rare Malts 21 years - 21 y.o. - 59,4%
3F: 2E: 74/100


Coleburn Rare Malts 21 years

Bottler:
Official
Age:
21 years
Alcohol:
59,4%
Collection:
Rare Malts
Bottle details:
distillation: 1979 bottling: 2000
average
74/100
(73,58)
price class:

3 notes disponibles en français
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Jean-Marie Putz

The nose offers an amazing mix of barley and citrus fruit with some hints of yeast. Nice freshness. Fruity notes appear after a while. Nice complex nose.
In the mouth, the first impression is that of citrus acidity, nicely perfumed, quickly completed by a kind of bitter woody dryness. The latter fades rather soon and makes room to a beautiful malted smoothness. Very beautiful mouth, with lots of divers tastes.
The finish is fresh and lingering, where the citrus remains dominating, and mix nicely with those of the woody hints which already enhanced the palate.
84/1002007

Jean-Marie Putz

The nose is both clear and complex, consisting in flower hints and wax notes, as well as some woody touches.
The first impression in the palate is that alcohol is dominating, and than the dry character of this malt appears. The nice complexity of the nose has partially disappeared, but the taste remains interesting, despite the clear woody bitterness.
The finish is warm and not too long, and the woody impression remains.
79/1002006

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