This whisky was part of the Twitter tasting on the 23rd of September 2021of an A.D.Rattray Cask Collection tasting set, with The Whisky Wire. (Twitter follow buttons can be found at the bottom of this review.)
Distilled at Ardmore distillery, Bourbon barrel # 800144, and available in October 2021 for £64.
White wine in colour, with a lovely thick swirl line and thick legs. #ADRattrayWhisky
Newly cut grass and a savoury meat note, seared pineapple, vanilla, white pepper, it’s a little fizzy up the nose too. #ADRattrayWhisky
Cereals and grains, and becoming herbaceous, more white pepper with lemon bonbons too. #ADRattrayWhisky
Lovely and spicy, with chocolate and cigar leaves, orange rind, bitter lemon, slightly earthy, plenty of Oak, and some tannins. Cherries are coming through now, and cranberries with pomegranate. #ADRattrayWhisky
Quite long, chest warmingly spicy, anise, liquorice, cardamom, nutmeg, Cooked meats, a slightly drying, note and red berries, very nice #ADRattrayWhisky
No surprises when i say that i like this whisky, and i do enjoy Independently bottled Ardmore too. I do like the aromas and flavours this dram offers, at cask strength it offers a great experience, and i’d definitely have a bottle.
Notes – This whisky is presented in it’s natural colour, is non chill filtered and bottled at natural cask strength.
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