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The Glendronach Cask Strength - Batch 5

(70cl, 55.3%)

The Glendronach Cask Strength - Batch 5

Glendronach Batch 5 Bottling Note

A fifth batch of cask strength GlenDronach single malt Scotch whisky matured in Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso Sherry casks and then bottled without chill filtration.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Straight in with dried fruits, ripe plums, warming spice, cocoa, walnut and Amaretti.

Palate: Malt and gingerbread, flamed orange peel, lemon peel too, orchard fruit and brandy cream.

Finish: Coffee cake, sultanas and oak.

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Glendronach Cask Strength - Batch 5 Reviews

Another sherry bomb by Glendronach

I've been a Glendronach fan for quite a time now, so my opinion might be a bit biased... While waiting for the Revival to be ... revived, I went for this one; I did well.
Of course try it pure first, but then, as 55.3% is a bit harsh on the tongue, don't hesitate to add a drip of water or two to enhance the full taste.
I definitely got the sultanas and gingerbread, as well as the apricot syrup mentioned on the bottle. Some cigar hints in the finish in my opinion.
It is as sweet as you could expect from a sherry bomb, while maintaining a strong character along. A true Glendronach wonder, once again.

18th June 2017

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