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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.
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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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