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Aultmore is Gaelic for 'Big Burn' and is a popular blending whisky, however it also makes for a great single malt and 'That Boutique-y Whisky Company' snapped up some for this delicious bottling.
‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’ bottles single malts, single grains, bourbons, blended malts and blends from a variety of renowned distilleries. These whiskies are adorned with cultish graphic-novel-style labels.
'That Boutique-y Whisky Company' searched high and low to find a wealth of interesting stories and legends about this Speyside distillery but to no avail. So you get a Velociraptor fighting a shark - enjoy.
422 bottles of this batch were produced.
Nose: Vanilla oak notes, followed by lemon zest and greengages. As the whisky opens up intense notes of cloves and lime zest reveal themselves.
Palate: The palate is layered with mixed spices, sweetened with creamy vanilla, and highlighted with notes of greengages and citrus peels.
Finish: The finish lingers with refreshing menthol, deep dark chocolate and tingling white pepper.
Overall: Fresh fruit and spice come together in a refreshing tango. This whisky is mouth-coating and with a long finish. Fantastic stuff pre-dinner whisky!
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Very Big and punchey.
1st February 2013
Aroma: spicy, lots of fruits - apples, ripe banana.Notes of oak. Some vanilla and citrus fruits. With water comes lots of vanilla and cacao. Palate: apples, pears. Some hints of liquorice. Orange jam with cinnamon. With water I get more oranges nad grapefruits. Finish: spicy and warm - pepper and fruits. Comments: good balance of fruit and spices, but after Benrinnes (tasted aside), this one is lacking of character a bit.Good quality without surprise. More pleasant with water - fresh, with citrus fruits and cacao.
17th December 2012