Balvenie 30 Year Old

70cl / 47.3%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Balvenie 30 Year Old
£680 £566.67 ex VAT (£971.43 per litre)
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Customer Rating
A highly thought of 30 year old from Balvenie that netted a Gold Medal at the 2010 International Spirits Challenge and a 90 points from Serge Valentin on Whisky fun.

This is restricted to ONE BOTTLE per customer.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Age
30 Year Old
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside
Colouring
Yes

Style

  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness

Character

  • Apple Apple
  • Marzipan Marzipan
  • Acetone Acetone
  • Biscuits Biscuits
  • Sultana Sultana
  • Wax Wax

Balvenie 30 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Billy A

    Nose: Marzipan, sultanas and a touch of nail polish. Hints of smoke are hidden behind candied apples, nutmeg, buttery pastry and some waxy hints.

    Palate: Sweet butter and pastry start, with sharp apple and charcoal contrasting. Bitter liquorice and dark oak spice develops, along with sweet Garibaldi biscuits and baked apples.

    Finish: Anise, apple and gentle cinnamon spice. Surprisingly zingy and fresh.

2 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    8 days ago

    Who Didn't Drink That Had Never Drank Whiskey, Tried 1st About 2007 With My Unforgettable Ex GF, Couldn't Believe Smoothness, Complexity & Damn Pretty Flavors, Unfortunately Completely Separated Long Time Ago But I'll Never Forget, Balvenie 30 Was & Still One Of My Favorites, Best Whiskey I've Ever Tried Although I've Tried A Bit More Expensive Ones Like Dalmore 30, Ardbeg 25 Lord Of The Isles & Even The Expensive 62 Gun Salute, Despite Their Quality's Absolutely Incredible, But Memories & That Bottle's Brilliant Quality Win. If U're Just Already A Whiskey Drinker Scotch Or Japanese, Single Or Blended I Think U Must Try This, Of Course If U Have Enough To Spend On Such Premium Whiskey Bottle.

  • Andy Mudd of Cawood 26 August 2007

    A deep oaky taste that lingers in the mouth before swallowing. Not quite the after taste of a springbank but nonetheless a fabulous quality speyside malt.