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A blended whisky named for Ben Alder, the highest mountain between Loch Ericht and Glen Spean. It stands at an impressive 1148m.
The nose is light and well-balanced. There are notes of honey and sultanas, a mixed peel character and a very subtle sherry note, just a hint of fruit. The palate is medium-bodied and smooth, there are notes of winter spice and honey, a gentle mixed peel note and caramel. The finish is of medium-length with notes of spice and oak.
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It's the Start of Burns week and tonight is blends night. Bells, JW Platinum, and this miniature of Ben Alder which Arrived in a Christmas stocking. The Bells is the most in yer face for sure. Entertaining as ever. The JW is silkier, Predictably, but the Ben Alder more Than hold its own. Never even head of it before!] Very little burn, soft, sweet, toffee-ish...far subtler than the bells, and as satisfying as the JW which is almost 3 times the price...with A little oaken and spice, even a hint of peat on The nose, poking through The butterscotch and Fruit notes. Surprise winner of my Blast of Blends!!
20th January 2015