Adelphi Blended Scotch Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
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Adelphi Blended Scotch Whisky
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Country Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Adelphi
Style Blended Whisky

Adelphi Private Reserve

A Blended Scotch Whisky from Adelphi, perhaps better known as an independent bottler. However, this blend of grain and malt whisky is from its private stock which is kept in a solera system. Though exactly where the whisky hails from is kept rather hush-hush, we suspect it contains spirit from all over the shop, from Islay, Speyside, and Campbeltown.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose The aroma is a pleasing fusion of salty peat and estery fruitiness. If you like your big fruits Speysiders and your peaty Islays this could be just your thing!

Palate The palate takes on a coastal quality with an all-round nuttiness and a medium-body.

Finish The finish is long with beach bonfire notes and some pear-drop flavours.

Overall This blend takes the best of Scotland and fuses it into something new. A truly excellent blend.

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Adelphi Blended Scotch Whisky
It's good stuff.
I have ordered this several times. I don't need to add anything to the tasting described!
Very smooth, easy drinking and moreish. I took a bottle to a friend who was likewise delighted by the taste and smoothness.
Excellent at its price point.
Rob de J , United Kingdom
7 months ago
Amazing blend, amazing price.
I first tasted this whisky at the Stoke Whisky Festival this year. Myself and others who had a sample were astounded by how good this was for the price… Anyone who buys the standard supermarket blends as their go to affordable whisky really need to grab a bottle of this, once they taste this the rest will pale into insignificance..
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Best whisky in its price range
An absolute delight, delicate and smooth.
My new go to whisky, better than anything I've tasted on the shelves of most supermarkets in the same price range.
Dan , United Kingdom
2 years ago
I smell Campbeltown
The best blend at its price range hands down! Strong Campbeltown influence on the nose and then rich honey / toffee on the palate from everywhere else. Not complex, but not boring either. Once this opens up it’s a delight
Dan , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Very Enjoyable with a pleasing price tag.
As a go to bottle for a dram my favourite blend has been Black Label, not any more, this has taken my top blend slot, I have now swapped this for Adelphi. A lovely nutty, smooth and smokey flavour. A wonderful Whiskey from a beautiful part of the world
Alan H , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Enjoyable whisky.
The nose is sweet with honey and fruit then mild salty peat.
Palate is sharp chilli pepper with walnuts then a taste of fruit
The finish is long with faded pepper but a nice peat and with sweetness in the back.
Blair s , Canada
5 years ago
Outstanding quality
It's the finest whisky in the world.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Agree with others, excellent and enjoyable blend
I bought this out of curiosity - I like to try blends; some are great value - and at first I was 'meh': drinkable but unexciting. However, it's really grown on me over time. The test is: what do I grab when heading through to the front room for bit of chill time with the paper and the telly, often at the same time. And very often it's this. A bit too much colour, and not an assertive whisky, but at the end of the day very well blended to be smooth, flavoursome and moreish - exactly what you'd want in a standard issue blend.
Toby , United Kingdom
6 years ago
Not bad at all for the price
I don't know if it's changed since April 2015 but I get no peat off this at all. That said, it's definitely growing on me. The greatest test is: which bottle do you reach for when you fancy a tipple? I often reach for this and I own many far more expensive single malts. It's not hugely assertive in any way but it's a nice fruity peppery gingery dram that goes down well with a little water, and I like the packaging too.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Probably one of the best blended bottles for the price
Bought this from Whiskey Galore in Christchurch and I will be going back to buy another before they run out. Previously bought a Glen Grant single malt for 15% more and find I prefer Adelphi blended with peat and smoke tastes after the initial sweet fruity tastes. Adelphi costs about 15% more than the basic Dewar's or Grants blended bottles from the local bottle store and is much better. Cheaper than single malt and nearly as nice to drink.
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago