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anCnoc 12 Year Old Whisky

(70cl, 40%)

anCnoc 12 Year Old
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anCnoc 12 Bottling Note

Knockdhu renamed their whiskies anCnoc to avoid confusion with the nearby Knockando distillery. This 12 year old exhibits a gentle, non-sherried style of whisky.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Aromatic, quite robust. Honeysuckle, fresh flowers, cereals, barley.

Palate: Medium, good sweetness. Madeira, winter spices, mocha, Crème de Cacao, herbal hints and toasted granary bread.

Finish: Medium length, great interplay between oak and barley.

Reviews for anCnoc 12 Year Old
For 30 Quid there is nothing better!
My Favourite reasonably priced whisky. Super smooth.
6 months ago
A poor man's MacAllan
I was recommended this as a cheaper alternative to the Macallan 12 year old double cask - a cheap immatation. Not terrible but not a lot to write home about.
, United Kingdom
6 months ago
Everything single malt drinkers relax with.
This is one outstanding scotch. For all its been through, it really stands out.
9 months ago
Morning, noon and night with a few drops of water !!!!
Fantastic, smooth anytime dram.
, United Kingdom
10 months ago
Very easy too drink, great value
Light, but thought a few drops of water helped bring out its best, really impressive at this price. Smooth, satisfying.
one year ago
Great dram for the price
Great whisky, got this for £27 in a local shop and was pleasantly surprised, first from anCnoc but won’t be the last!
2 years ago
Very good and enjoyable dram
Damn good whisky for hot summer days and cool sunset nights. Little bit simple and straightforward but who cares, it's good.
, Finland
2 years ago
2 years ago
Good value
I am far from an expert here, but I find it very smooth a bit sweet. Finish lingers nicely so the taste remains with you. Will recommend and buy again.
, Canada
2 years ago
Spicy malty and decent.
Tasted neat.

Vanilla, citrus nose with perfume malt (possibly Horlicks) and something reminiscent of spiced rum, tropical fruit and shortbread. Hard to identify exactly but quite nice.

Medium bodied, spicy, chewy and lingers with brandy-like alcohol vapour on the tongue, vanilla, slight sweet liquorice, singed mince pie filling.

Nose is still immediately available after tasting.

Quite long, mildly astringent and slightly oak tannin follow-through.

Very good for the price, complex and will not disappoint.

I'd actually lower the alcohol even more to 37% as I suspect it might highlight more of the stuff going on.

Splash of water will change everything.
2 years ago

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