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Penderyn Madeira 41

(70cl, 41%)

Penderyn Madeira 41

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Penderyn Madeira 41 Bottling Note

This is a very interesting whisky from Penderyn - aged in bourbon casks initially and finished in Madeira wine casks, this was bottled at the lower strength of 41%abv, thus the name. An interesting experiment.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich, caramel-like aromas, with notes of soft sweetness, orange peel, vanilla and crackling spices.

Palate: Light palate entry with hints of dried herbs and malt. A little Peach Melba.

Finish: Peaches, creamy.

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Penderyn Madeira 41 Reviews


My Penderyn Madeira is undrinkable... it's really harsh, tastes just as bad with water added, tastes more like Teacher's Whiskey, and we all know how harsh that is...

Very disappointed with this Whiskey as it was a Father's Day gift off my Son.

24th June 2019

Smooth finish!

Excellent particularly how the caramel flavors cascade at the end of the palette, waft thru the nostrils. I love it!

6th January 2017

Interesting but with no bite whatsoever.

Not a bad whisky. Very, very smooth but I'm afraid that smoothness comes from a lack of bite. There is just none which probably makes it great as a way to introduce someone to whisky. Don't get me wrong, I like this whisky and it's in my regular roster but it could do with either a 50+% ABV for some fire (cask strength?) or... I don't know.

Lovely jersey caramel flavours, hint of smoke, vanilla and some spice in the background. Probably sits somewhere between an Irish and a Scotch.

30th July 2016


I have tasted nothing like this before. Wonderful aromas, fiery like the Speyside malts but far fruitier. Very nice indeed.

29th August 2014

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