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Penderyn Bourbon Cask B227

(70cl, 63.2%)
Penderyn Bourbon Cask B227
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(3 Reviews)

Penderyn Cask B227 Bottling Note

This is a wonderful bourbon-matured, single cask Welsh single malt from the Penderyn distillery. It was bottled at natural cask strength and has a rich, spicy flavour.

Penderyn Cask B227 (3cl Sample)
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Vanilla and soft spices. Fiery oak, a little dried fruit, toffee apple and cracked black pepper.

Palate: Butterscotch and digestive biscuits. Creamy caramel, custard apples and allspice.

Finish: Spiced finish.

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User Reviews of the Penderyn Bourbon Cask B227

Great stuff, worth the price?

The this fantastic stuff, but the price is very high. Classic Penderyn creaminess even at cask strength. With water it really opens up with tonnes of lemon, vanilla, honey and banana. the finish is very long with lemon and charred oak. There is also a youthful heat to this.

28th March 2015

great stuff

Pale straw in colour with a real sparkle to it. Bottled at 63.2% its a big hitter. The nose is Vanilla, the sweet influence of the 2nd fill hogshead bourbon cask is there. Honey, lightly fruited. It is very drinkable and opens up nicely with a drop of water. Slightly oily in the glass the finish leaves a bite of pepper and a thirst for more. Cracking stuff but not cheap.

31st October 2014

Maybe I'll just buy a sample or two

I'll be direct: this is GREAT stuff. But $450 (US)? I bought a sample bottle and was blown away. Then I looked up the price. Oof!! For about $100 less you can get Benromach 30 or Bunnahabhain 25. They are equally impressive. Of course, they're also different. No question this is rare stuff. I guess you gotta figure out if it fits your budget!

15th December 2013

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