Whyte & Mackay 22 Year Old
70cl / 43%
- Blended Scotch Whisky
Whyte & Mackay 22 Year Old Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
A rich and full-bodied whisky with notes of vanilla, pears, oak, sherry, only a hint of smoke and a nice honey undertone, right from the beginning. It starts with a tingling fruity and slightly flowery sensation on the tip of your lips, and opens up it's full range of flavors on the way through your mouth. I advise drinking this whisky neat, but it also is very enjoyable with a hint of spring water. It performs its flavors best at about 20 to 22 °C, the range in which it develops a little hint of cocoa flavor, and a mild trace of coffee. The finish is long and colorful, yet neither pungent nor restrictive, so it doesn't diminish the flavor. It's not as complex as much older whiskys, but it's definitely a really good one in it's price range. I thus give this whisky five stars. One star for the good entrance, one for the rich middle notes, one for the long finish, the fourth for the pricing and the fifth for its overall performance and smoothness.
Fantastic value for money! This is a really good whisky. Although the sherry influence is there, it is not overpowering.
Supreme is a very appropriate name for this blend, it’s an absolute cracker. The first thing you notice is it’s very heavily influenced by Speyside whiskies with an amazing depth of flavours such as pears, coffee, vanilla, golden Syrup, muscovado sugar and honey. It’s very rich, very smooth and is wonderfully complex with a long finish.
Very pleasant ... nice blend
Only very nice? Maybe u could add some more specific notes, Mr Luciano Di Milano:)
Very nice whisky:)