Unofficial balance sheet of Forbes Whisky Review

Whisky ratings, according to specialist Felipe Schrieberg.

Aerstone Land Cask, 40% ABV

whisky
– Shoe smell !
– Sweet and honeyed taste
– Grade: 8.5/10

Aerstone Sea Cask, 40% ABV

whisky
– Algae and mineral combo
– Sweet: vanilla and cinnamon
– Grade: 7/10

Texas Rye 100 Proof, 50% ABV Balconies

whisky
– Caramel smell: cinnamon, cloves and cooked pears
– Chocolate taste, chai tea and caramel
– Grade: 7.5/10

Glenrothes 10, 40% ABV

whisky
– Odour of a tootsie roll
– Increasing hazelnut taste
– Grade: 8/10

Glenrothes 12, 40% ABV

whisky
– Vanilla and coconut but earthy nuance
– Light and soft
– Grade: 7/10

Glenrothes Whiskey Maker’s Cut, 48.8% by volume

whisky
– Tannic like rooibos tea
– Unexpected sweetness: buttered croissant
– Grade: 8.5/10

Glenrothes 18, 43% ABV

whisky
– Coffee smell
– Rich like maple syrup, slightly herbaceous
– Grade: 8/10

Glenrothes 25

whisky
– Licorice, orange and black tea
– Rich and full-bodied: a combination of black fruit and wood
– Grade: 8/10

Triple Cask Single Young Malt Milk And Honey Malt

whisky
– First whisky distillery in Israel
– Artificial odour
– Sweet and light rancid butter note: lemon and citrus peel
– Grade: 6/10

 

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