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Glen Spey-Glenlivet 16yo 54%

Single Malt Whisky From the Speyside Region


A vatting of just three Hogsheads of 16yo Glen Spey as part of the Small Batch range – for Cadenheads 858 bottles from a release is actually quite a big batch! Just as well as this is an excellent example of Glen Spey.


Outturn (bottles)

12

Country

Distillery

Range

Age

16

Cask Type

Spirit Region

Spirit Release

Spirit Type

%Volume

54

Volume (ml)

700

Year Distilled


Price £58.50

3 in stock

Nose

Juicy green apples, freshly cut grass, slight hint of cayenne pepper in the background

Flavour

Grapefruit, coconut, marzipan

Finish

Butter popcorn, sweet chilli sauce, stewed apples

Reviews


Nose – clean and hard, smells like the clean side of a gym (generic gym soaps, deodorant and hot sauna). Quite closed though, creams rather than fruits. That hot wood thing is compelling.

Body – Big and rich compared to the nose, a little red chilli and burnt sugar, a lot more fruit (roasted pineapple slices).

Finish – Medium to long with charred apple crumble and a little ash.

A quite classy and old school nose and good richness and interest in the delivery but isn’t that well integrated.

Score A+

Benswhisky.co.uk

82 /100

This one from three hoggies. Could be ideal, let’s see… Colour: straw. Nose: this one’s less malty, and more on skins, herbs, leaves, and oils. This is actually a large hessian bag full of various kinds of apples, some from two years ago. With water: same plus a touch of menthol and eucalyptus. Mouth (neat): pure clean obvious malty. In that sense closer to the very good G&M. More stout, mead, ale, burnt cakes, green tobacco, apple skins, breads… With water: yep, gets a tad sappy, almondy… Finish: pretty long, rather on marzipan this time. And beer. Comments: the kind of totally honest malt whisky that could sing ‘I am what I am’. No one’s ever tried to put makeup on it. Very good.

whiskyfun.com - Serge


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