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Edradour 16 Year Old 2000 - Barolo Cask Finish 56.1%

(70cl, 56.1%)

Edradour 16 Year Old 2000 - Barolo Cask Finish 56.1%

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Edradour 16yo 2000 56.1% Bottling Note

16 year old single malt from the excellent Edradour distillery, bottled at cask strength after enjoying a finishing period in hogshead casks that previously held Barolo wine! It was distilled back in November 2000 and bottled in May 2017 after 46 months in those Barolo hoggies. A release of 893 bottles.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel, soft redcurrant and orange peel hints, a touch of flint.

Palate: Wheat crackers and zesty apple chutney, black pepper, pear and blackberries.

Finish: Chewy chocolate and toffee.

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Edradour 16 Year Old 2000 - Barolo Cask Finish 56.1% Reviews

Excellent, but a wallet stinger

This is an interesting whisky and, to my palate, tastes like a more refined version of Aberlour Abundah. In the Abundah it is all power, full fruit, full sherry flavour, a complete sherry bomb (and I love it) - I feel like this has a similar profile except things are a little more mellow, a little more subtle BUT for the better. There are also lots of other notes to pick up and find which the Abundah doesn't have. I'm not saying this is better, merely that it is different but similar enough.

Sadly, though this is a fine whisky, the price is outrageous for what it is and reflects only its rarity, as opposed to its quality. I could not recommend it to anyone except those with money to spare. I didn't really have the money to spare I just have more money than sense - if you find a bottle, just know the cost to quality ratio doesn't really stack up, but it's still a really good whisky none the less.

15th December 2019

Good value for such an amazing depth of flavour and long finish.

Received a bottle last Christmas 2017, and was spellbound by the depth and complexity this whiskey holds. A rare and perfectly balanced treasure I'm lucky to own.

14th July 2018

Slightly expensive.

Amazing flavor, bouquet is very complex.

13th November 2017

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