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This 10 year old Ben Nevis single malt exudes some beautiful coffee, chocolate and toffeed peat notes, a firm representative of the Western Highland style.
Nose: Fresh and quite dry. A supple greenness with soft leafy notes with a rich fruitiness. Hints of orange and Seville marmalade with a light vinous character and nutty undertones.
Palate: Gentle dryness. Toffee. Looming omnipresent are solid peat notes with a bitter sweetness.
Finish: Silken, toffee and caramel notes balanced with a touch of mochaccino and dark chocolate on the tail.
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I was always a fan of Ben Nevis 10, so I was a little concerned when I saw this new presentation - and I was right to be. Firstly - a small point - I don't like the coloured bottle. When I poured a dram, it looked much paler and the nose didn't entice. Despite the 46%, it seemed thin and weak and not at all like the robust whisky I have reviewed previously. I did have the bottle open for several hours before sampling so it did have time to 'breathe'. There are merely my first impressions. Perhaps, in time, when I go back, it will taste better but, at the moment, I can only recommend that if you see the old version, grab while you can.
27th March 2017