70cl / 46%
16 Year Old Single Malts of Scotland
- Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Speciality Drinks Ltd
Bladnoch 1992 Reviews
Tasting Notes by Whiskynotes (Ruben Luyten)
Nose: holds the middle between grassy, floral and fruity (in that order). The freshly cut grass comes first, but after being warmed up there are hints of heather and lavender and quite some fruits (lemon of course, grapefruit but also peaches on syrup). Very subtle vanilla. More complex than you would initially think.
Mouth: sweet lemon juice with more grapefruit now. Quite citrusy, gentle and delicately fresh (yet not lightweight). Orange peel with a slightly bitter edge (grapefruit tea). A pinch of white pepper.
Finish: medium length, on citrus mostly. Some flower honey as well.
It has a very interesting nose (give it some time though), it’s easily drinkable and well-balanced. A good summer dram.