The first release of Swedish single malt from Mackmyra. A good deal of this was matured in virgin Swedish oak casks, many of which were as small as 100 litres.
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Nose: Fruity. Orchard fruits and citrus. Honey. Light spice. oaky, toffee.
Palate: Gentle and fruity. Honey, spiced.
Finish: Spiced, apples. Good length.
Will be following with interest...
I'm not swedish
Delicious, sweet and rich
I'm not swedish (in fact I'm argentinian), but the point is how good (or not) is Mackmyra. Personally I was surprised: Mackmyra is fresh and citric, but complex and quite different if you compare it with traditional single malts. Recommended to whom enjoy Cragganmore, japanese Hakushu, and similars.
25th June 2014
Don't bother with the more expensive expressions, just get this! (That said, I haven't tried all of the other expressions).
15th December 2013
Floral, aromatic with a lot of oak in it, Mackmyra First Edition is a bold step from the distillery. The overall taste is very personal (is it the Swedish oak then?) and i'd say fans of, for example, The Macallan should look into this. Will be following Mackmyra with great interest.
17th October 2013
I tasted this - Mackmyra First Edition - on a whim while in Stockholm earlier this week. It's one of the most enjoyable whiskies I have ever had -- I brought back three bottles to the US. It drinks like a cross between a highlands scotch (think Oban) and an accessible bourbon (say, Blanton's). It's deceptively smooth at first taste, but has a long finish that leaves you thinking, "Wow, they made a great single malt in Sweden."
7th September 2013
An American view
I'm always on the lookout for something different to add to my
(proper) whisky collection (currently 40+), and stumbled upon the Mackmyra. I find it a pleasant, sipable distillation, somewhat reminiscent of Cardhu.
28th August 2013
I see some folks like this one, but for me it was a complete miss.
I disliked everyhting about it, felt more like a vodka than a whisky.