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Benromach Sassicaia Wood Finish 2009 (bottled 2017)

(70cl, 45%)

Benromach Sassicaia Wood Finish 2009 (bottled 2017)

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Benromach Sassicaia 2009 Bottling Note

It's the 2009 vintage Sassicaia-wood-finished single malt from the Benromach distillery! This spends the first portion of its maturation in first-fill bourbon barrels, and is then allowed to finish for 28 months casks which previously held Sassicaia wine from Tuscany.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fresh strawberries and Alpine herbs. A touch of chocolate.

Palate: Creamy and sweet with caramel and treacle, joined by another burst of summer berries.

Finish: Hints of black pepper and charred oak.

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Benromach Sassicaia Wood Finish 2009 (bottled 2017) Reviews

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I purchased a bottle of Benromach Sassicaia recently and was not impressed. Price point is approximately $75 Canadian. I had difficulty tasting anything other than smoke. I feel like I have started smoking again after drinking this bottle of Scotch. The taste of berries and Sassicaia are far too delicate to discern over the smoke. Not complex.

26th November 2017

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Lightness of peat with initial nose gives way to fresh fruits on the palate , amazing especially from an 8yr malt, love it !

8th June 2017

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