Griffo Stout Barreled Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 45%
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Griffo Stout Barreled Whiskey
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Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Griffo
Style Blended Whiskey

Griffo Stout Barreled

From the family-run, small-batch spirits producers from Sonoma County comes an American whiskey which was created with organic Californian corn and roasted malt. It was originally matured in new American Oak barrels before being finished in stout beer barrels which were sourced from Lagunitas Brewery, who are friends of Griffo. I wish my friends gave me cool casks...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Roasted chocolate malt, coffee beans and dry earth lead, before lively orange peel and fresh fig provide a sweet underlay.

Palate Fresh-ground black pepper crackles through dark chocolate, burnt toast and oily walnuts. Classic bourbon nutty sweetness fills the backdrop with gingernut biscuits, prunes and a little caramel.

Finish Toasted oak and espresso linger with a hint of tobacco.

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Griffo Stout Barreled Whiskey
Terrible whisky
Utterly vile, had a sample and had to pour it down the drain. Smells and tastes like perfume.
Joshua G , United Kingdom
9 months ago
Actually tastes of stout.
Really tastes of stout. If you like imps and whisky, you'll love this.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
This one is challenging. It smells like no whiskey I've ever had before and the strange aroma follows through strongly into the flavour. I can only describe it as 'roasted rabbit hutch'. After a while in the glass it's becoming more like wood polish on the nose with dark roasted grain husks and some chocolate fighting for presence on the palate. Everything is battling that initial weird burning MDF note and I'm not entirely sure what's winning, or if I even want to watch the fight. 3 Stars for pure WTF-ness.
Fraser P , United Kingdom
2 years ago