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Beinn Dubh The Black

(70cl, 43%)

Beinn Dubh The Black

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Beinn Dubh The Black Bottling Note

Beinn Dubh (pronounced 'Ben doo' and meaning Black Mountain) is a thick, incredibly dark whisky produced at the Speyside distillery.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel, toasty, soy, walnut and burnt raisins.

Palate: Almost like cold coffee with dark brown sugar, vanilla and dried fruit.

Finish: Toffee and chocolate malt.

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Beinn Dubh The Black Reviews

nice but cu duhb was better

having bought previous black whiskys and drunk many of them this isnt the best one ive tasted cu duhb takes that crown this is still a nice whisky….. considering that the original goes for tens of thousands and is now quiet rare, you have to wonder how these love it hate it whiskys ever get made……but the reviews never seem to kill this whiskys sale….. gorgeous and always nice to see it do so well

15th November 2022

Very poor value

It would be fun if it was half the price. It makes a good aperitif. It is otherwise inauthentic, and indifferent. Be warned.

15th January 2022

Worst whisky in the world

Awful smell and taste, I will parfume drink red label, anytime ouat is awful whiskey.

27th September 2021

Not good at all

I have finally found a scotch whisky I do not like. I expected this dark whisky to explode with flavors. Instead, it is flat and tastes like water used to wash out the barrels.

18th July 2021

Rotten cold swamp coffee.

I only have two whiskies in my collection of around 70 which are not good. This is one. It’s akin to sickly cold tarry coffee. Left me needing a pint of mint enthused water to try and save my poor tongue. Steer clear. Rotten.

3rd January 2021

Not Great

Not keen. It is all smoke & mirrors. Just found the whole taste rather hollow, completely without depth. Agree with others, artificial colour. Glad I only bought a miniature.

28th November 2020

Poor quality

The colour of this whisky comes from E150 caramel colouring. Being described as “thick”, along with the ridiculously dark colour, suggests there’s a stupid amount of it, too. This is not something a discerning, picky customer would buy; the product relies on people newer to their whisky journey, and hopes to lure them in with its dark depths. There are many superb whiskies at this price point that don’t disrespect themselves... this is not one of them.

21st October 2020

It is the very best young whiskey I’ve ever tasted!!!

It is the very best young whiskey I’ve ever tasted!!!
It has a very complex taste, but without loosing its whisky essence.
It should be drunk straight, preferably after cooling the glass by itself.

4th July 2020

Awful. Don't buy.

It's awful. Really awful. Pure caramel, with almost nothing else. Cracked the bottle open with a few friends, none of whom liked it. If I could return it I would.
Did I say it was awful?

29th May 2020

Don't go comparing to others!

Until recently, Beinn Dubh was one of my favourites, then I took it upon myself to have a tasting alongside a Glenfiddich 15 Old Solero; Glenlivet 18; a Glenmorangie 18 and a Hibiki Master's Select (which you can sadly no longer get). I'm afraid to say this paled next to the others. I can't agree with the tasting notes and felt this was quite grassy with a very earthy nose and wasn't as nearly as pleasant as the others to drink. Still nice on its own, just don't go comparing it...

16th May 2020

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