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This is the 2014 release of Balvenie's 30 Year Old single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a mixture of traditional oak and Sherry casks selected by David Stewart, Balvenie's Malt Master. Previous editions of the 30 year old have won plenty of awards, including the 2013 release, which won a Gold Outstanding at the IWCS and was crown Best Speyside Single Malt at the World Whiskies Awards 2013.
Nose: Round and complex with a gentle development of floral honey. Nutty and oily with allspice aplenty.
Palate: Warming and rich. A sweet honey develops, vanilla, a hint of cigar leaf with nutty Sherry and a faint hint of smoke or malty peat.
Finish: The finish is long and honeyed, subtly fading away with floral and fruity hints.
Overall: A rich, complex and quite beautiful Balvenie.
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I am not a Scotch expert. I am a normal gentleman that has tried several Single Malt Whiskeys in restaurants, and wants to learn more. To do that I recently purchased 10 samples. At least one was from each region of Scotland. I had no regard for price. The goal was to try some very fine Whiskeys. I wanted to learn. This review is based on that. I am giving each sample 5 stars simply because they are all fine whiskeys and my pallet is not refines to make a 1-5 judgement. I really liked this sample. It was Very smooth and drinkable. This is one of my favorites. Very tasty.
9th February 2017
It is excellent single malt Scotch whisky
21st March 2016
I've had almost half of my bottle now and I can honastly say this is the best 30yr old whisky I have ever sampled. But because of the price its hard to recomend over the Balvenie 21yr old Portwood
17th November 2015