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A very popular blend, particularly on the American market, started by Berry Bros & Rudd and named for the tea clipper Cutty Sark, said to be the fastest of its time.
Nose: Light, gentle. Cut herbs, floral, custard, hay.
Palate: Rounded, mixed peels, lots of barley.
Finish: Good length, warming, malt.
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Hits on the very first 60 ml peg. Nice, smooth. But very much over priced as compared to others of the same taste and character.
21st October 2016
I don't know whom this whisky is aimed at, but it can't be people who really like whisky. It is just too watery and lacking in flavour.
26th April 2016
I love all kinds of single malts but have tried some blends to compare. Cutty Sark is one thathas more character and smoothness. This will be a regular for me now. Love it.
5th April 2016
Pure as water, A light lemony delicious quaff with a biscuity edge and a Speyside nose. Minimum smoke. Pure and slightly sweet. It is an oatmealier version of its mother malt, the Glenrothes 15 year old. With vanilla sherbet or a taste of Wimbledon on a summer eve. Yum. Good, too, on a late autumn afternoon before or after Sunday roast. And lounging after before the tv.
14th March 2016
7th February 2016
'not on my list of reasonably priced Scotch whiskeys
15th December 2015
I just opened the bottle. Sometimes scotch gets better when it's been open a while. Smells like tequila and maybe a little like nail polish remover. I don't know what nail polish remover tastes like, but this scotch does taste a little like tequila. Other than that it doesn't taste bad. Nicely sweet. A little bitter on the finish. I bought it to use as a mixer anyway. I just expected a little more for 19.99 per bottle.
21st November 2015
Tomorrow fresh feeling
18th November 2015
I'm not much for really strong whiskeys. I tried a heavily peated one that felt like I was drinking pure smoke... what's the point of that? I found myself being embarrassed that I didn't like the "knock you on your arse" strongly flavored, expensive smoky scotches. I'm not a fan of licorice either so forget the cheaper Bushmills. I did find I enjoyed lighter blends like Dewars and Famous Grouse. But now I've tried Cutty Sark and it tastes better to me than the Dewars or FG and still priced reasonably. I tend to drink with a bit of water or on the rocks, never mixed or in a cocktail. So, sorry if you think it's junk or awful. I'm sure your palette is much more refined than mine. But taste is individual and this one is civilized and doesn't break the bank. The nice thing is, if my tastes ever grow up those snooty smokers will still be there. I pick up a bottle of this when I go get my Boodles for martinis and it doesn't add a lot to the bill. Cheers!
28th July 2015
Even as a single malt enthusiast, I have to admit that I actually like Cutty Sark. I find it far more palatable than Famous Grouse, and it ties with Johnnie Walker Red (yes, really) as one of my favorite cheap blends. Cutty was the first Scotch I ever had (at age 13, hehe) so it has lots of nostalgia for me too. However, this blend really shines as a base for home blends. I use this as my grain whisky base (since it's almost entirely grain whisky) and add my favorite malts in varying proportions to create more affordable yet delicious blends. Cutty goes particularly well with a good dollop of Laphroaig 10 in it. Try this for yourself and you might be surprised.
23rd July 2015
Stuff is the worst. I can't think of a single whiskey anything that's as bad.
15th July 2015
It was my first Scotch, Cutty and water was something I would drink when I did not want to get drunk and would just sip it. Since then I have moved on to better things, but I would drink it if someone offered it. I say it's a good starter scotch because it is pretty simple and "drinkable" for the "average Jane or Joe" especially on the rocks or with water. This is the reason a lot of American bars carry it America is really not known as a country full of Scotch connoisseurs (at least not where I'm from)
13th June 2015
this stuff is nasty as hell
19th March 2015
very clean and fresh taste, very easy to drink - good quality blend, but nothing special !
8th March 2015
it is quite clear my friend that you dont drink much (variety not quantity )black gouse is a peated style this isnt, monkey shoulder is a blended malt this isnt, whyte & mckay ? come on now , it tastes like caramel aditive , ok black bottle (old style in green bottle was sublime )the new stuff is young spirit .if you actually compare like for like this product is very good , however taste is a very singular thing , cheers
2nd February 2015
My grandaddy,father,uncle's loved it and I still love it.
1st January 2015
Typical shite blend for people that don't drink much Scotch. Why can't american bars carry Black Bottle, Black Grouse, White & Mckay, Monkey Shoulder?! It's Dewars and Cutty Sark at EVERY, DAMN, BAR.
20th July 2014
I've been a Cuddy Sark fan close to fifty years.
24th June 2014
One of the good blends. If I am at a loss to decide which one to pick from the store, I pick up Cutty. You can never go wrong with this one.
9th May 2014
I stick to what I know but I was introduced to this whisky, and really enjoyed it. I am drinking it at the moment. Not my favorite but worth the money, especially for someone starting out in drinking whisky.
15th November 2013
SMOOTH.FROM WAY BACK WHEN.HAS RESURFACED IN TRINIDAD AFTER QUITE A LONG ABSENCE.WELCOME BACK.
21st April 2013
Cutty sark is one of those blends that have stood the test of time and trends, a bit like ballantine's finest and teacher's (much more more incommon tastewise with ballantine's though than teacher's which is a verymeaty kind of blend)and probably will continue to stick around...Deservedly so. Sometimes you just can't beat something pretty ubiquitous,"Granddaddyish" and reasonably straightforward.
26th April 2011
A very pale whisky which is smoother than most other brands in the same price range, such as Grouse, Walker etc, the "Sark" is far superior toto other domestic brands, it's a great shame that it is not readily available on the high street as it once was, shippers tend to price delivery for the one off bottle far too high!
1st March 2010