What's in a name? Stronachie 18 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Stronachie 18 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Sweet honey and citrus start with a rousing warmth following quick on the heels then soothes out to a long, buttered malt bread, oily, spicy finish. Sticks around a while. Rather delicious in my humble opinion.
5th September 2014
I know taste is something very personal, but I like this whisky!
14th April 2014
Why is it written "Single Malt Scotch Whisky" on the bottle ???????
29th March 2014
Great buy. One of the best buys, tastes more expensive than it is. Love it
4th August 2013
I don't feel that much sherry at all..is more Bourbonish and has little bit strange and bitter after taste.I would buy glenfarclas 12yo or glendronach 15,18yo instead...far better value!
16th April 2013
One of the best 18 year olds that I have found in my search of unique drams.
6th February 2013
How I love this sweet sherried dram. An absolute bargain.
17th January 2013
3rd October 2012