Glen Ord 20
Released in 2005, a 30 year old from Glen Ord, bottled at cask strength.
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The nose is very fragrant and pungent. Notes of honey and beeswax with a mixture of jams with aromatic wood and a nuttiness. The oak is tannic and refined. The palate is full and rich with a good sweetness. Notes of fruit and citrus with a touch of something herbal, perhaps a touch of Lapsang Souchong. Hints of menthol and fennel with an astringent floral character. The finish is very long with fruit, calvados and winter spice.
Taste like dirt
tastes like manna from heaven more like
This is a fine libation, i suspect the tastes like dirt reviewer is a bourbon drinker, no I'm sure of it.
10th February 2014
Re: Taste like dirt
I'm venturing you didn't make your purchase from MasterOfMalt. Marked down a $100? Wow. Did the shop or site inadvertently store the bottle in direct sunlight for a few years?? It's important to make sure you're buying from a reputable site or that you know where and how the bottle's been stored before purchase.
7th March 2013
Cultural differences & the taste buds
The best Single I have ever had the pleasure of drinking.
The review that's entitled 'Tastes Like Dirt' (I do like a little toasted peat flavour myself) is so wide of the mark it prompts me to ask either: A) Do you normally drink Bourbon. B) Does anyone know if counterfeiters copy whiskies?
9th November 2012
This bottle of Scotch has the sweetest smell and is
the smoothest I have ever tasted. Thank you for
distilling such a fine product.
29th September 2012
it was marked down to 200US from 300US. For a 30 year bottle we thought we couldn't go wrong. What a mistake. Kind of like the Titanic.
Harsh burn that lasted for hours. Dirty finish, meaning it tasted like dirt.
If this was my introduction to scotch, I would have become a tee totaler.
18th April 2011
one of if not the best of the best what more can I say
26th February 2010