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Penderyn Sherrywood Finish

(70cl, 46%)

Penderyn Sherrywood Finish

Penderyn Sherrywood Bottling Note

Penderyn Sherrywood is matured in ex-bourbon barrels and ex-Oloroso Sherry casks - a change from their classic expression, which is finished in Madeira casks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is sweet and of good body. Plenty of honey and cut herbs and barley sugar. A mixed peel and sultana note. The palate is of good body with a decent spice. Plenty of thick sherry and ground ginger with winter spice and oak. The finish is quite long with sherry and oak.

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User Reviews of the Penderyn Sherrywood Finish

A favorite

I import this to US regularly. Wish there was more available. This bottle helps me in the snowy winter with a sweet fruity finish but good whiskey notes.

18th January 2016

Daniel - London - Bromley

I had a tipple of this whisky, and by far it's now one of my favourites. It's so smooth, sweet smelling and you do get the slight taste of Sherry.
This whisky rolls off the tongue in terms of flavour. It's all provided in steps rather than all at once.
One to drink on it's own with chilled whisky stones.

12th May 2014

Mack in San Diego

Not to my taste..

29th June 2013

Good, but not worth the import costs

I don't claim to be an expert, but Penderyn is pretty good. Rather better than the average whisky, and reasonably priced.

Unless you live in Australia, in which case, don't bother. Customs take forever to send a bill, and when they do, it nearly doubles the price of the bottle. Customs charges greater than the cost of a bottle of whisky from a bottle shop? Someone's having a laugh. I won't be doing this again. But then, how else does one get Welsh whisky in Australia?

3rd September 2012

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