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Oak & Palomino & Oxidation & Sitting 8 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Oak & Palomino & Oxidation & Sitting 8 Year Old

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Oak & Palomino 8yo Bottling Note

Feast your eyes upon Oak & Palomino & Oxidation & Sitting, a sherried 8 year old single malt Scotch whisky from an undisclosed distillery up in the Speyside region. Well, we say "feast your eyes", but the bottle itself isn't particularly intricate or zazzy. However, the whisky within is marvellous stuff, forged by the things the name references - just like its Islay sibling, Seaweed & Aeons & Digging & Fire. Boasting familiar notes of dried fruit, chocolate and soft spices, Oak & Palomino & Oxidation & Sitting makes for a top pick when you fancy sipping on some Speyside single malt.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Chocolate chip cookies, honeyed barley, raisins and dried apricot, hickory, pecan and peppercorn.

Palate: Marmalade on granary toast, cherries and almonds, malty chocolate, a very light whiff of baked earth and a drop of maple syrup.

Finish: Sherry-soaked fruit, gingerbread and woody spices.

Overall: The weighty sherried elements stand out brilliantly, imparting further complexity and boldness to the whisky's profile.

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Oak & Palomino & Oxidation & Sitting 8 Year Old Reviews

Fruity tipple

Definitely tastes of Christmas cake, fruity and full. I’m no expert, it I really like it. It’s very different from its sister Seaweed, Aeons, Digging and Fire, which is one my favourites, but equal in standard.

22nd April 2021

Not for me - better to drink sherry of you want something this sweet.

Sweet...very very sweet. Sherry, tangerines, hazelnuts & oak wood. Tried desperately to find elements other than make syrup but just sweet. Good for cocktails or as an introduction for non experienced whisky drinkers who don't like Smoke/ peat. There's no show without punch and there's no punch. Not worth trying and some other reviews IMHO are off target with Glenfarclas comparisons which is a lovely whisky more likely to be Cardhu.

22nd November 2020

Good, but not as good as the Islay bottling from the same series.

For the money, it's not bad. It has a decent nose, and starts off well. But there's just too much bitter oak flavour in the finish.

The sister bottling from Islay (Seaweed and something) is much better (I would say excellent). I'd say it is probably better to spend the few Pounds extra and buy that instead.

22nd November 2020

Nothing Noteworthy or Interesting about this other than its name

I opened this with some excitement after arriving today, I was immediately underwelmed by its complexity & At 40% vol, this is well underpowered, nothing lasting other than an oak burn, just boring and definitely not worth the asking price of £32.95 + £5 p&p

17th November 2020

Worth a try.

Nothing overly special going on with this one. This whisky would probably be best served as an aperitif. It's just as the tasting notes say. I'm finding all those flavours, only with a lasting oak finish. It reminds me a bit of the Glenfarclas 10. Good value for money though.

12th November 2020

Well worth the money.

Tasting notes were absolutely bang on. Loved the sherry finish, and tempted to have just one more dram (and at the price MoM are selling it at, it wouldn't have put a hole in the bank!). If you can get past the strange name, it's well worth a try.

5th October 2020

Decent dram for the price

I like it. It’s decent dram for everyday drinking. I wish they would give it a higher ABV like 46% which would give it a bigger flavour and longer finish. I guessing it’s Either a Tamdhu or a Glenfarclas.

26th August 2020

Full of flavour. A special 8 year old

For an 8 year old malt, this is by far the best I have tasted. There is a glorious fullness in the after taste, and it is smooth and far too
Moreish. First bottle gone new one on order.

25th August 2020

Not for me

Smooth and leathery - quite thick on the palette.
Lacks any real depth or punch.

6th August 2020

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