Sukhinder's been raving about this Penderyn, which has been matured in bourbon wood before finishing in ex-Madeira casks. Bottled at a slightly lower strength than the standard Penderyn Madeira Wood for even easier drinkability.
My first try of this expression was today, and i was very impressed, nice nose of vanilla, and smooth to taste with an afterthought of oak, very nice indeed.
- Julian Vasey, 15th June
If anyone visits the distillery I'd also suggest trying the Portwood 41.
- anonymous, 30th Aug '12
I was told that this expression of Penderyn was only sold at the distillery and in France. Good to see the the Whisky Exchange is on the button as ever!
- Grant Melville, Falkirk, 27th Aug '12
Whisky exchange needs more of this soon. Exquisite nose and mouth feel to it. Lighter than the 46 and more graceful with it.
- Steve of RumandReviews, 4th Aug '11
the best in the range by far, very peachy and well rounded sweetness leading onto a very smooth and soothing satisfaction on the back of the throat.
- anonymous, 22nd Jul '11
The Penderyn 41 is one of the best malts i have ever tried. I just came back from the distillery with some more and say that it is far better than the 46 versions and as good as the best Highland ones that i have been drinking for years. Try it and you wont turn back as the flavours are superb.
- S Davies, 15th Aug '10
Quite simply one of the best non-peaty whiskies you can buy. Wales had a long history of whisky making which died out due to the temperance movement in the 1800s, but is now back with this award winning product. They also do a peaty variety and a sherrywood variety, but the original is my favourite and truly holds its own with the very very best. Buy it, try it, and you won't be disappointed.
- Adrian Jones, 24th Jun '10
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