Clynelish 14 Year Single Malt Scotch

SKU : S219850

WE 92  

Size : 750 ml

Type : Scotch

Producer : Clynelish

Tags: Highland, Scotland, Spirits


Description

92 Points Wine Enthusiast - *Best Buy* The initial aroma is large, biscuity and grainy sweet; the aroma then becomes more sugar biscuit-like and a touch salty. Palate entry finds generous and malty-sweet flavors; by midpalate distinctive notes of black pepper, seaweed, oaky vanilla, honey and dark caramel are added. Finishes elegantly, sweetly and malty, with just a barely discernible influence of the sea. 

Whisky Advocate - Ahh, Clynelish. The enigma of the northeast coast. A single malt whose waxy character — and it does smell of snuffed candles — is highly prized by blenders. This is a palate whisky, the nose almost shy and muted: glints of citrus and jellied fruits, notes of ozone/spiciness and stem ginger. It’s on the tongue that it comes into its own: clinging, strangely savory, lightly sweet, juicily fruity. Enigmatic indeed.

Wine Spectator - Fruity. Like a short walk around some impressive scenery, this starts with a whiff of peat that's joined by heather, honey, peach and pear on the nose. In the mouth the rich fruit and honey turns to a nutty character that extends onto the medium finish, ending with a snap of peat.

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92 Points Wine Enthusiast - *Best Buy* The initial aroma is large, biscuity and grainy sweet; the aroma then becomes more sugar biscuit-like and a touch salty. Palate entry finds generous and malty-sweet flavors; by midpalate distinctive notes of black pepper, seaweed, oaky vanilla, honey and dark caramel are added. Finishes elegantly, sweetly and malty, with just a barely discernible influence of the sea. 

Whisky Advocate - Ahh, Clynelish. The enigma of the northeast coast. A single malt whose waxy character — and it does smell of snuffed candles — is highly prized by blenders. This is a palate whisky, the nose almost shy and muted: glints of citrus and jellied fruits, notes of ozone/spiciness and stem ginger. It’s on the tongue that it comes into its own: clinging, strangely savory, lightly sweet, juicily fruity. Enigmatic indeed.

Wine Spectator - Fruity. Like a short walk around some impressive scenery, this starts with a whiff of peat that's joined by heather, honey, peach and pear on the nose. In the mouth the rich fruit and honey turns to a nutty character that extends onto the medium finish, ending with a snap of peat.

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