Auchnagie vintage The Lost Distillery Company Batch 1 46% NAS


4.3 sterren - 2 professionele reviews
€ 165,00   - € 126,70 (excl. BTW)
153,31 (in. BTW)
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Auchnagie - vintage The Lost Distillery Company Batch 1 46% NAS
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Distileerderij Auchnagie
Bottelaar The Lost Distillery Company
Serie Batch 1
Gebotteld voor X
Gedistilleerd op Not Specified
Gebotteld 2013
Land Schotland
Streek Schotland
Leeftijd Not Specified
Cask Type X
Vatnummer X
Alcohol percentage 46
Inhoud 0,70
Conditie Perfect
Etiket Perfect
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Professionele reviews

BOW (88)

'A present day interpretation' of the long gone Auchnagie malt whisky (distillery was closed in 1911). I'm sorry but I'm not able to refute any of that as I've never tasted Auchnagie. Have you?

Colour: straw.

Nose: what's striking is the 'old' style indeed, this baby's not unlike some long forgotten grains and apples in an old cellar, near an old coal pile and quite some rusty old tools. Behind all that, some fudge, ale and caramel. Nice nose.

Mouth: well made, this is citrusy at first sips, becoming then rather fatter but there's always this zesty side. A little vanilla to coat all this, a few salty touches, rocks and gravel, a very mild peatiness and a few mirabelle plums. Very well composed, I have to say. Finish: good length, on vanilla, zesty fruits and a little clay.

Comments: whether this tastes like Auchnagie, I couldn't tell you, but indeed the style is 'old', partly because of the mild peatiness. A very smart blend, I think.

Serge Valentin (86)

'A present day interpretation' of the long gone Auchnagie malt whisky (distillery was closed in 1911). I'm sorry but I'm not able to refute any of that as I've never tasted Auchnagie. Have you?

Colour: straw.

Nose: what's striking is the 'old' style indeed, this baby's not unlike some long forgotten grains and apples in an old cellar, near an old coal pile and quite some rusty old tools. Behind all that, some fudge, ale and caramel. Nice nose.

Mouth: well made, this is citrusy at first sips, becoming then rather fatter but there's always this zesty side. A little vanilla to coat all this, a few salty touches, rocks and gravel, a very mild peatiness and a few mirabelle plums. Very well composed, I have to say. Finish: good length, on vanilla, zesty fruits and a little clay.

Comments: whether this tastes like Auchnagie, I couldn't tell you, but indeed the style is 'old', partly because of the mild peatiness. A very smart blend, I think.


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