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Darkness! Glenallachie 7 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish

(50cl, 60.4%)

Darkness! Glenallachie 7 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish

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Darkness! Glenallachie 7 Bottling Note

Sherried 7 year old Glenallachie, how often do you see that? This single malt has been finished in a small ex-Oloroso cask by the chaps at Darkness!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Add a drop of water and notes of brown sugar, red fruit, peach and stem ginger cream develop.

Palate: Creamy with treats from the tuck shop such as pencil sweets and orange sherbet.

Finish: Red apple and Malted Milk biscuits.

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Darkness! Glenallachie 7 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish Reviews

Not backwards in coming forwards

POW! To be honest - the 'donor' distillery is rather irrelevant here - the cask is literally all that matters. And what a cask. If I didn't know better I'd be convinced that this is a Fino cask - or maybe even Manzanilla? The salinity is so overpowering. Don't go here if you don't like (real) sherry.

22nd February 2017

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