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Balmenach 10 Year Old 2002 (cask 9864) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 46%)

Balmenach 10 Year Old 2002 (cask 9864) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

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Balmenach 10 2002 #9864 Bottling Note

This is a Douglas Laing Provenance bottling of Balmenach single malt Scotch whisky, which was matured in a refill hogshead for 10 years. It was distilled in the autumn of 2002 and bottled in the summer 2013.

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Balmenach 10 Year Old 2002 (cask 9864) - Provenance (Douglas Laing) Reviews

This Drinks Blog Review https://thisdrinksblog.wordpress.com/2015/11/10/balmenach-10-year-old-2002-cask-9864-provenance-douglas-laing-70cl-46-0/

I poured the whisky in to a Copita nosing glass, added a teaspoon of water and left the whisky covered to develop for ten minutes.

The whisky is a hazy straw colour, it’s thin but leaves long legs which last on the inside of the glass.

The nose is very complex with notes of apple, peach, fudge and some mineral salt aromas coming forward. These are followed by hints soft clove, white grapes and white fruit stone (seeds).

The flavour is quite mineral forward, with notes of salt and wet stone initially. This is followed by hits of tart apple, soft malt and and some slightly sour and citrus flavours in the backgound. It’s bitter and drying with notes of herb in the background.

The finish is relatively short but that suits this rather refreshing whisky with a dry herbal note lingering for a short time after drinking.

11th November 2015

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