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That Boutique-y Whisky Company's second batch of Auchentoshan is a delicious, triple-distilled gem featuring an illustration of legendary bartender Ryan Chetiyawardana. He's seen here thinking up a tasty new whisky cocktail, and if you look closely in the background, you'll notice a range of Boutique-y bottlings on the shelves behind him!
This is a release of 295 numbered bottles.
‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’ bottles single malts, single grains, blended malts, blends and bourbons from a variety of renowned distilleries. These whiskies are adorned with cultish graphic-novel-style labels.
Nose: Floral, intense nose with hints of sherried peels, apple blossom and manuka honey. A little cigar leaf character develops, with hints of cherry.
Palate: Thick, creamy palate with notes of lavender and allspice. Hints of cedar, toasted oak and mixed peels. A little marmalade too.
Finish: Floral, spicy finish. Toasted almonds and oak.
Overall: Floral and fruity - a marvellous Auchentoshan.
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just the right hit on all parts strong flavours yet smooth, very moreish!
4th April 2014
Check out the video review by Mark Dermul on http://youtu.be/ctFxaeray14. Enjoy!
9th April 2013
On the nose: ha! This is typical Auchentoshan! Slightly floral with wonderful touches of caramelized orange peel, Pink Lady apples, honey and sultana. Some sniffing tobacco and maraschino cherries, albeit somewhat light. Very softly seasoned. Very nice! On the palate: It is nice and creamy. Almost syrupy and mouth coating. Some orange marmalade, toasted oak, cinnamon and nutmeg. Baked apples. Almond shavings. Cigar box. Honeysweet. Lavendel. Despite the most likely Young age, very well balanced. On the finish: medium long, it shows more lavender, oak and allspice. This is a great Toshan, its character left intact by the sherry cask. Well done! Mark Dermul - Toshan Man
16th March 2013