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Compass Box Asyla

(70cl, 40.0%)
Compass Box Asyla
$34.57
User Rating
(4 Reviews)

Compass Box Asyla Bottling Note

A blended Scotch whisky. Asyla was named for the plural of asylum, this is a thick, fruity offering from Compass Box.

Compass Box Asyla (3cl Sample)
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Melon, ethereal, ripe rosy apples, delicate smoke.

Palate: Gristy malt, touch of black pepper, grassy, oaky, orchard fruit.

Finish: Fairly uninteresting, malt, fruity, oak.

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User Reviews of the Compass Box Asyla

My least favourite from Compass Box

I love Compass Box whisky. Hedonism, Spice Tree, Canto Cask and The Circus are all superb blends, better than many single malts I've tried. Unfortunately, I found Asyla a little too light and bland for my tastes, but it wasn't unpleasant, just not one I'd buy again.

11th July 2016

Doesn't Live Up to Its Philosophy

I bought this scotch based on the blurb. I loved the philosophy and inspiration behind this scotch, however I'm sorry I purchased it. Perhaps my expectations were too high.

25th August 2014

Newbie's Perspective

Yeah I consider myself a newbie to the Scotch world I have been drinking several different scotch over the last 5 years and although, I do agree with the review written in "Initial impressions" section I like the Compass Box Asyla very much and yes it is quite light but my favourite Scotches are produced in Speyside. Therefore, Asyla suites me just fine I have yet to graduate to trying the big boys with a great deal of peat such as Laphroaig or Lagavulin. Unfortunately, I am not there yet to try the big peaty Scotch however I did try one which was Bowmore and found it akin to having a mouth full of grass so I quickly switch back to something my palate could handle such as a Glenrothes 1985. Needless to say I found this one of the best drams I have had the pleasure to taste with my limited access to the whiskies available. So there you go a newbie's perspective on what is considered to a more mature scotch drinker as light tasting whiskey in the Compass Box Asyla. Cheers

14th December 2013

Missed my rating off above.

review above...

1st November 2013

Initial impressions.... wore off quickly though.

Yeah, I tasted this at a whiskey festival and being a fan of Oaks Cross I thought this was even better. I bought a bottle a few months later and my initial enthusiasm wore off. A bit too bland for me, it becomes a bit weak and tasteless very quickly. I won't be returning...
Jason Breen.

1st November 2013

Tweak it slightly

46%, non chill-filtered (or is it?) and most certainly no caramel. Ever. x

20th June 2013

A very good blend!

This is another boutique-ish blend that's been out on the market for a few years. Very good! And at a reasonable price point, too. Will definitely buy another bottle.

25th January 2013

A much appreciated present

I bought this for a friend as a wedding present. Both he and his new wife love it. Fruity, punchy, oaky. All good!

23rd October 2012

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