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Christmas Cake & Dark Chocolate & Medjool Dates & Cinnamon 8 Year Old

(70cl, 48%)

Christmas Cake & Dark Chocolate & Medjool Dates & Cinnamon 8 Year Old

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Christmas Cake &... Bottling Note

Festive flavours like Christmas cake, dark chocolate, medjool dates, and cinnamon are the name of the game here. And by "name of the game", we of course mean that Christmas Cake & Dark Chocolate & Medjool Dates & Cinnamon is literally the name of this whisky. What we've got is a superb Speyside single malt Scotch whisky, aged for eight years and boasting a sleighful of Yuletide elements, perfect for enjoying... Well, yeah, it'll obviously be brilliant at Christmas, and any whisky fan will be thrilled to find a bottle under the tree with their name on it. It'll probably be great any time of year if you're a lover of sherried single malt, thinking about it, but it does have that little bit of holly on the label, so, y'know, Christmas and that.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dried fruit soaked in sherry, gingersnaps, brandy butter, clove, malty vanilla lingering underneath.

Palate: A big helping of orange as it arrives on the palate, soon joined by dark chocolate shavings, golden syrup, cinnamon sticks, dried cherry, dates, and shortbread.

Finish: The eponymous Christmas cake notes hang around for a good while afterwards, with hints of citrus oil and chocolate mousse.

Overall: Turns out that very descriptive name is... Well, it's very descriptive, and incredibly accurate, too!

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Christmas Cake & Dark Chocolate & Medjool Dates & Cinnamon 8 Year Old Reviews

Noel nose

Quite a nice,inviting nose.Plenty of bits and pieces on the palate but the youthfulness of the spirit rather spoils things.Another four years in the cask could do wonders for this dram

19th November 2021

Does exactly as it says on the bottle

Im not going to use the phrase 'Christmas in a glass' but it fits the season very well. The first nose gave me dried fruits that have been steeping in Brandy & Sherry for the Christmas cake, the taste was warming and rounded continuing with dried & candied fruits leaving a flavourful spiciness. It was pretty much as I was expecting, and an absolute cracker for the price. I may even have to buy another bottle before the end of the year as family & friends are also enjoying a sample.

17th November 2021

Decent attempt at a sherry monster

As a fan of this type of whisky and always looking for a better value alternative to glendronach allardice or parliament (which are imho superb sherry monsters) , i thought i would give this a spin, and to be fair it's ok, even though you can tell it's much younger, not quite as rounded, and does not have as much of the heavy sherry cask influence, but then again at the price point i didn't really expect it to, however it is enjoyable and certainly wont be wasted. I found it best to give it a little time to open up with a teaspoon of water, & overall i'm not disappointed

11th November 2021

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