Country Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Old Perth
Style Blended Malt Whisky
Maturation Sherry

Old Perth Sherry Cask

Morrision & MacKay's Old Perth range expanded in late 2015 with the introduction of a Peaty expression and one produced with whiskies aged in Sherry casks (the bottle you see before your eyes right now). A pleasantly Sherried blended malt from the Old Perth selection, which is a tribute to the splendid city of Perth in Scotland.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Brandy-soaked Christmas cake, milk chocolate and a touch of toasted barley.

Palate Buttery. Brown sugar and chewy raisin, chocolate notes grow enjoyably bitter.

Finish Medium length, with a spicy kick of ground clove. Hint of fresh berries give a sweet balance.

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Old Perth Sherry Cask
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Reviews for Old Perth Sherry Cask Blended Malt
Hot but Not
Having family in East Kilbride I have been most fortunate in receiving many splendid bottles of malt whisky.
Old Perth certainly makes a rapid acquaintance with the taste bubs. Not sure if I would give many stars for it.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Very nice whisky at the right price, fruity, stunning flavour with a good warming reassurance
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Cracking Blend.
Easy drinking blend, Great flavour!
Gavin M , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Don't repeat my mistake
Thin in texture and absolutely emaciated in taste. The tasting notes provided above are correct, if you imagine them delivered through the medium of a car air-freshener. the continuity is good though as there is strange metallic taste throughout. I have given up with half a bottle left; and this is from somebody who bought a bottle of Cu Dubh and managed to drink it (slowly).

I'm a fan of bargain-priced whisky but at just shy of £30, this is not. Buy yourself a Whyte & Mackay 13yo and save yourself a few quid and a lot of discomfort.

0.5 stars given in recognition of it officially qualifying as a whisky.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Get some in !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Pure Magic. An old friend used to say " This whisky is not for sharing you can have a glass of the
fire water." Well this is definitely not for sharing. However people who say they don't like whisky will like this. Absolute value for money get it before it all goes.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
I liked it.
Mike , United States
6 years ago
2016 Advent Calendar Notes
Though I tend toward bold peat, this dram is a lovely sweet alternative, perfect for dessert sipping. Fruity and sweet in the nose with a rich apricot jammy quality on the palate and a modest sweetness on the finish. A very accessible dram for those that claim they don't like whisky.
Joe , United States
6 years ago
A very good value for your money
It is nothing extraordinary but for the price it is a surprisingly good sherry dram. Smooth when it needs to without being flat. The finish is very long and satisfying. It would advise it for the dessert. You could pay much more somewhere else for a similar experience.
Edouard , France
6 years ago
Buttery goodness
Sweet hints of butter and brown sugar delicately danced across my tounge. This scotch transported me to a warm cabin on Christmas eve, surrounded by the smell of cakes and chestnuts roasting on a fire.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago