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A wonderful serendipity 6 YO 46.2% (IB, PST- Thompson Bros)

Updated: Apr 7, 2023


TLDR;

Baking bread in the nose and spice in the mouth.


Nice Scale: 80/100


A blended scotch whisky release from PST in February 2023.

Single cask refill sherry butt bottling with 'teaspoon'/a small proportion of a 12-year-old Teaninich from a first fill PX quarter cask. With the rules, the label can only be marked as a 6-year-old blend. An outturn of 732 bottles at 46.3%.


It's been a long time since I tried blended whisky. So, this bottle skipped the queue.


A Wonderful serendipity 6 YO 46.2%

Nose: Flourish feeling like a soft bread in the baking, a woody and faint sense of sweetness appearing here and there. Sour plum in the very end (After you drink finish the dram, leave the empty glass there for a while and you can sense more flavours coming out).


Mouth: Soft; there is a blank space soon after it enters the mouth and then comes out with spices. You can go to your nearby Chinese medicine store and get some of the same feelings.


Finish: Spice. There is also a raw 'grass' feeling after some time.



This one is far from my favourite release from PST, lacking in layers of flavour. I can only sense much of baking bread and spice most of the time :P

TB/BSW 6 YO 46% was a better dram.


Nice Scale: 80/100






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