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Mackmyra Blomstertid

(70cl, 46.1%)

Mackmyra Blomstertid

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Mackmyra Blomstertid Bottling Note

A Swedish single malt from Mackmyra, a portion of which (around a third) was aged in casks that had previous held cherry wine!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Ginger snaps, cinnamon and apricot.

Palate: Very floral, with a hint of cigar box hiding behind it. Raisin notes pick up speed, with sweetness from the cherry wine casks in tow.

Finish: Lingering vanilla and red berry jams.

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Mackmyra Blomstertid Reviews

Quality stuff, no doubt

The nose is very very bourbonnie. In fact, if blind tasted, I could easily mistake this for a bourbon. However, the malt and oak are clearly recognizable on the palate and you're left wondering what the hell is this? Because there's cherry! And berries in general. And vanilla. And it's young too, with a true kick in the mouth. But nevertheless the whole experience is very well balanced and rounded and oily. The cask has done wonders in no time. Of course, the white dog has to be premium quality in the first place. The aftertaste is maybe a little too sweet for me, but very nice for "warming up" your mouth before finishing the night with a coupe of smoky blasts :) Anyway, this is obviously quality stuff here and a true masterpiece.

7th December 2016

Jump in the....flowers

Young whisky. A little bit phenolic at the noose. When you drink, you can find flowers (very very much), especially rose. Not too sweet. White pepper (spices) at the end. I've tried Mackmyra Bruckwhisky, but this is more complex and profound.
I like it.

26th November 2016

Cambridge Whisky Nut

Bought this on a whim from Master of Malt wishing to explore European whiskies instead of staying put on scotch. With Jim Murray and Michael Jackson singing praises about this distillery, I had to give it a go. It's an unusual finish too, which is exciting. Bottom line - super quality stuff here. Such a dark whisky for such a young age! It's not something trying to pretend to be a whisky at all, but a solid, well-crafted whisky. It's a bit bourbonny, very fruity (berries and some cherry), very floral, and extremely zippy on the alcohol (it is young after all). Well worth it for the price, as it is a heck of an enjoyable experience!

27th July 2016

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