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Auchentoshan Three Wood

(70cl, 43%)

Auchentoshan Three Wood

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Auchentoshan Three Wood Bottling Note

A Lowland single malt matured in 3 different casks, namely: Pedro Ximénez Sherry casks, bourbon casks and Oloroso Sherry casks. A distinctive triple distilled whisky from Auchentoshan.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Cooked fruit, sherry, toffee, a rum-like quality and notes of Bas Armagnac distilled circa 1940.

Palate: Rich. Liqueur cherries in dark chocolate, more sherried fruit, ripe dark forest fruits, like a Black Forest Gateaux.

Finish: Superb, led by thick dark treacle and toffee notes and chewy wooded notes, balanced with a green fruit edge.

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Auchentoshan Three Wood Reviews

Wonderfully rich, screams quality

Absolutely divine. The nicest whisky I’ve had yet. Stunning, I will aim to always have a bottle of this beaut now.

1st April 2021

Superb and great value.

All deep fruity treacle tart. Not hugely complex but very tasty and consistent from nose to mouth.

7th March 2021

3 wood is a standout taste

My son bought me a 3 taste pack. American Oak. 3 wood. And 12 year. Old, The. 3 wood, with no age declared. Gives a rich, Tofffee. Caramel. Aroma and taste, The. Smell. Delivers the taste, Would not be disappointed in a full bottle son. Thank you. I recommend !

14th February 2021

Treacle pudding

I’ve really enjoyed this. I liked it before in the old style bottling but this is even tastier than I remember. I get rich burnt caramel and treacle puddings like you used to get in a can. It’s a desert whisky and great for the price. Definitely worth a pop!

30th January 2021

Good if you like cognac smell in your whisky, but not for me..

Was hoping this is good after seeing the good reviews here. Got a bottle on sale and started tasting it. Nose is very sherry forward, with very predominant note of cognac or armagnac. Taste is quite intense with lots of dark fruits, finish is peppery but not too long. Personally not to my liking as I don't like the cognac taste..

24th January 2021

One of the best

With every bottle, this slowly makes it’s way up to the top spot. Such a lovely, deep, sweet and complex dram and a total wonder of a lowland malt. Definitely leans towards a bourbon. Just give your glass a whiff after you’ve finished and it smells unbelievable, like a smokey wood cabin.

21st January 2021

Forget Macallan

Wonderful strong caramel, sweet sherry nose. None of that horrific Macallan Sulphur.
Palate is sweet and Sherried, but with delicious undertones of bitter coffee and dark chocolate alongside that deep cherry Christmas cake Flavour. Quite sumptuous without being over Sherrie. Not a bad match to Glenmorangie Signet for less than half the price.

10th January 2021

Beautiful and unique lowland scotch.

I’ve never been a fan of heavily peated single malts. In fact, my preference is for single pot still whiskys like Redbreast or Green Spot or Bourbons (I do like things on the sweet side). A suggestion came to try the lowland malts. That led me to Auchentoshan. I’ve tried all in their line and found this one the best. Mellow, sweet (but certainly not overly-sweet) and woody as the day is long. Beautiful balance.
This has earned its place in the cabinet.

9th January 2021

Lovely everyday bottle

Lovey whiskey for bourbon lovers. Excellent every day dram or diversion bottle.

18th December 2020

A smoky bourbon from Glasgow

I’d describe it as a smoky bourbon, but with a lingering finish. The sherry casks come through with a sweetness that doesn’t take away from the fact that you’re drinking a single malt scotch.

24th November 2020

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