Glendronach 20 Years - 1994 Pedro Ximenez Sherry Puncheon

Bottle 475 of 475

Bottle 475 of 475

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Glendronach
Scotland, Highlands
Single Malt Whisky
20 Years
07. Oct 1994
Nov 2014
56.2%
0.7 l
Original bottling
Single Cask
Sherry - Pedro Ximenez
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475 Bottles
Chill filtration - WithoutArtifical colouring - Without
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Tasting notes of Suzanne1967:

21. May 2016
Nosing: AlmondsVanillaGrassGreen AppleSherry

Taste: SherryChocolateDark ChocolateVanillaAlmondsCoffeeHoneySherry

Finish: ChocolateCoffeeSpicesSherry

Comment:
Stunning..... you inhale rather than drink this, after 15 seconds, it has all evaporated, leaving chocolate tones with a coffee aftertaste. Cask strength, nose is sherry, marzipan, almond, vanilla, a hint of grass and green apples and more sherry. Taste is full and rich, sherry and chocolate, milk and dark, then vanilla, almond, coffee, honey and a hint of spices, a full on taste experience. Finish is chocolate, black coffee and spices with a lingering sherry note, long and rich..... Not a cheap bottle, but one definitely worth tasting. A few drops of water open it out and expand the tastes, reducing the alcohol a little but revealing even more complexity and enhancing the finish. A beautiful 20 year old Pedro Ximinez aged dram, worth every penny of the price tag.

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21. May 2016
Nosing: AlmondsVanillaGrassGreen AppleSherry

Taste: SherryChocolateDark ChocolateVanillaAlmondsCoffeeHoneySherry

Finish: ChocolateCoffeeSpicesSherry

Comment:
Stunning..... you inhale rather than drink this, after 15 seconds, it has all evaporated, leaving chocolate tones with a coffee aftertaste. Cask strength, nose is sherry, marzipan, almond, vanilla, a hint of grass and green apples and more sherry. Taste is full and rich, sherry and chocolate, milk and dark, then vanilla, almond, coffee, honey and a hint of spices, a full on taste experience. Finish is chocolate, black coffee and spices with a lingering sherry note, long and rich..... Not a cheap bottle, but one definitely worth tasting. A few drops of water open it out and expand the tastes, reducing the alcohol a little but revealing even more complexity and enhancing the finish. A beautiful 20 year old Pedro Ximinez aged dram, worth every penny of the price tag.