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Ardnamurchan Sherry Cask Release 50% (OB)


Ardnmurchan sherry cask
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TLDR;

Plum, ashy peat and oak spice.


Nice scale: 83/100


From Ardnamurchan, a Highland distillery. Use of both peated and unpeated malt that is matured In ex-Oloroso and ex-Pedro Ximenez casks. NAS and going at an ABV of 50%.


Ardnamurchan Sherry Cask Release 50% (OB)

Nose: Dusty berries when I first nose it. Then plum, sweet jam

, and candied fruits start showing. Fresh spice is present as well.


Mouth: Ashy peat, plum back again. Dried fruits with a slightly oily texture in the mouth. And a fresh oaky spice that doesn't make you frown.


Finish: Salty and light smokiness.


Overall, it Is ok. The whole experience is ok, not young and harsh but also not shy to express themselves in the mouth despite being at such a young age. Would say the flavours are towards the bolder expression.


Nice scale: 83/100

-Just based on the taste, it is ok. Everything is in place but not impressive, it will be easily forgotten.

Ardnmurchan sherry cask


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