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Clynelish 14 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Clynelish 14 Year Old

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Clynelish 14 Bottling Note

A coastal and peaty single malt, the flagship expression from Clynelish boasts a fabulous flavour profile filled with its distinctive waxy notes. Clynelish is the successor to Brora which closed in 1983, which it is built opposite. A well rounded Highlander, though this expression is a bit less peaty than the Brora bottlings of yore.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Zesty, mandarin, tangerine. Smoky.

Palate: Quite light, great clarity. Orange, soft acidity. Dry oak. Mixed fruits, vanilla, leather.

Finish: Quite long, bitter sweetness developing, spicy oak.

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Clynelish 14 Year Old Reviews


What a superb, complex and fascinating flavour profiled whisky this is!

9th May 2021

Moderately peaty, tasty release.


29th March 2021


It is about the best I ever tasted. Where it differs from others is peaty but not too smokey. You might like to know this comment is from a female! Sorry you can send any to the US. Nicola

19th March 2021

Oak and citrus forward.

Tuath glass shows chestnut oloroso sherry. The nose shows a lot of rich citrus and vanilla. The palate is vanilla forward with a light backbone of citrus with hints of honey and just a whisper of smoke. Moderate alcohol burn.

After 2 drops of water - more oak and citrus. Excellent

16th January 2021

Easy drinking and undemanding

Approachable, light, fruity, bitter orange oil, red apple, the lightest touch of burnt sugar. Finish is raw cookie dough. Easy drinking, well balanced, complex enough to engage but not so demanding that you spend all evening nosing a single glass, a good session whisky.
No idea where "The Chaps at Master of Malt" are finding the peat, maybe it's all that smoke they're blowing...

15th January 2021

Delightful discovery!

Not unlike a good Irish whisky. Clynelish supplies a lot of single malt whisky to Johnnie Walker, but this 14 year old single malt rewards the patient taster with a lovely sonata that develops engagingly over the course of an hour. Nose: Opens with a distinctive buckwheat honeycomb, but as it breathes, settles into a sweet, "waxy" honeysuckle that matures into a delicate orange blossom taffy over time. A sensitive nose might recognize larchwood from the backwash. Palate: Charming and seductive, especially if tickled with a sliver of ice. Buckwheat honey, black pepper, and persimmon wood. "Peat" lovers will be disappointed, but it's no more than they deserve. A good Cuban cigar made the most of this outstanding spirit's sweetness. Like a good cognac, should be decanted for fullest experience. Will broaden the horizons of anyone with a real interest in exploring the complex world of whisky.

30th December 2020


Great tasting better than my 12 year McCallen

18th December 2020

Well worth the money.

A superb malt a world beater at this price.

10th November 2020

A favorite here at Bob's Bar.

Wonderful malt from an excellent distillery. Visited a few years ago. Across the way Brora still stands, hauntingly beautiful.

4th October 2020


Wonderful. Everything I like in a Great Scotch

12th September 2020

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