Paul John Classic Select Cask

70cl / 55.2%
  • Indian Single Malt Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Paul John Classic Select Cask
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An unpeated release from Paul John, produced by Goa's John Distilleries and bottled in 2013 at cask strength. The distillery has been going from strength to strength since first hitting our shores in 2012.
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Paul John Classic Select Cask Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Note

    Nose: An essay in complexity: soft sizzling lightly salted bacon mingles easily with tannins.  The barley, offering the vaguest hint of grist, is almost in pastel, so delicate is it, with the deftest touch of citrus and moist syrup cake.

    Taste: Much more salivating on delivery than might be expected: the barley shows early and with pride.  A bourbon manuka honey-liquorice mix makes for an attractive spine with toasted honeycomb arriving in the mid ground.

    Finish: An elegant finish again with the barley chirping surprisingly brightly on the oak branches.  The tannins remain checked and under control with juicy Demerara tones ensuring the softest and friendliest of finishes.

    Balance: Further evidence that Indian whisky is on the rise.  Just so charming... and irresistible.

4 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    11 days ago

    I tried Batch #3 from November 2016 and Batch #4 from April 2017. Both are good, but Batch #3 tastes like peanut butter and is very unique.

  • 5
    4 July

    A most unusual Malt Whisky! It smells and tastes like peanut butter! It is delightful.

  • 4
    26 September 2017

    Sampled this at the Liverpool Whisky Festival. Mightily impressed. Smooth and rounded yet full flavoured. It was my purchase of the day from Whisky Exchange.

  • 5
    8 May 2016

    Sensational. My friends and I sampled this at the Bristol Whisky Festival and we all agreed that it was the star of the show.