Cu Dhub
Black Whisky

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Cu Dhub / Black Whisky
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Another divisive whisky in the vein of Loch Dhu - a massively dark dram with vociferous fans. The name is meant to mean 'black dog' in gaelic, although there are some questions about the spelling...

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Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside

Cu Dhub Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Note

    Colour:  Solid Black

    Nose: Sweetness, tobacco, burnt wood, root of liquorice. A cool impression tones forward.

    Palate: Hot, notes of liquorice and vanilla tone forward. Sweet, smooth and well-balanced.

    Finish: Good balance between sweet and a hint of hot strong coffee. A whisky with a bite. The malt comes through.

25 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    12 July

    Outstanding!!!

  • 5
    2 May

    My current fave!

  • 4
    22 June 2014

    One of my favourite whiskies, with nice kick to it and a great look.

  • 16 June 2014

    i first tasted cu/dubh some twenty years ago it is fantastic malt.

  • 31 March 2014

    It is absolutely divine! Intriguing dark color. Intoxicating rich flavor. I hate to hear it went down the drain...it must have been amateur hour at your local whisky cabinet.

  • 23 March 2014

    Hmm, a terrifying number of positive reviews for this one.... I got bought it as a present and I can honestly say its the worst "whisky" I've ever had. I dont consider myself an expert but I'm sure the number of bottles I've purchased is now in triple figures. This ended up down the drain I'm afraid - avoid! Does not deserve this much praise!

  • 30 January 2014

    I'll forgive the Danes their spelling after trying a wee bottle of this whisky. It's superb, very easy on the tastebuds but very complex too. I won't wax lyrical on the subject, but just say keep up the good work!

  • 21 March 2013

    Extraordinary single malt. I had a notion that this would be peaty, and it's anything but. Fruit and caramel, a toffee-apple dram, great handfuls of the stuff. Quite something else.

  • 17 October 2012

    Just returned from Scotland, bought quite a few miniatures to sample different whiskys, this was one. Both me and my partner thought it was lovely, hints of caramel and licorice, nice aftertaste, would highly recommend it.

  • 26 August 2012

    Unusual and interesting - prevalent licorice (though not overpowering) and caramel malt but it just tastes too subdued... perhaps a cask strength bottling might secure my future patronage, for now though I'd say its good for the money, but save a few more quid and get yourself something with more oomph

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