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Balblair 2004 Bourbon Matured - 1st Release

(100cl, 46%)

Balblair 2004 Bourbon Matured - 1st Release

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Balblair 2004 1st Release Bottling Note

A 2004 vintage single malt Scotch whisky from the Balblair distillery in the Highlands, which has been carefully matured in bourbon casks. It was originally launched as a Travel Retail exclusive.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Juicy blood orange, crushed almonds, brown sugar.

Palate: Quite nutty and sweet, though creamy vanilla and oak keep it grounded.

Finish: Citrus and waxy oak.

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Balblair 2004 Bourbon Matured - 1st Release Reviews

Want more the wife and I

Very smooth

18th March 2019

Lovely nose

A portion of my first bottle of this whisky spilled in my car and as a result I've had a lot of experience with the nose (I've also tried it in a glass) which I have to admit I'm really taken with. I get citrus fruits and honey in a big way. I must admit for me the tasting notes by master of malt are spot on.

8th January 2019

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