Speyburn 10 Year Old

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Speyburn 10 Year Old
Web Exclusive Price £30.45 £25.38 ex VAT (£43.50 per litre)
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Customer Rating
Pretty much the only expression of Speyburn on the market until 2008. The 10 year old may now have stable mates but it still keeps its place as the easy drinking centre of the range. Speyburn continues to gather quiet momentum in the wake of updated packaging and 2012's shock World Whisky Award win for the 25 year old.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Age
10 Year Old
Country
Scotland
Colouring
Yes

Speyburn 10 Year Old Reviews

20 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    12 days ago

    Wasn't impressed the first time I tried it, but now, coming back after a couple weeks, I'm seriously impressed and feel like it's a totally different whisky! Sweet, honey, fruity, oaky, with just a hint of spice on the finish. A tasty 43% whisky... can't get much better for the price!

  • 5
    12 days ago

    Extremely good value, and bettet than much more expensive single malts. A definitly buy. Speyburn 10 is firstfilled casks.

  • 5
    30 October 2015

    great tasting and very drinkable, good value too. with a kick.

  • 4
    7 April 2015

    Bougt for price as a trial. It is smooth and uneventful, as in nothing objectionable. The Bushmills SM 10 yr has much more flavor, but I would purchase the Speyburn over the Glenmorangie 10 yr. at a significant saving, and lose not much, I think.

  • 4
    10 February 2015

    I tried this single malt for the first time a couple of weeks ago as I usually purchase the highlands. I was very expressed, so smooth and very drinkable, my 10 year old stated 46 percent ABV. The price is very reasonable, you can''t go wrong with this one. Salt Lake City, Utah USA

  • 19 November 2013

    This to me is a very understated malt.I have purchased a few bottles now and find this 10 yo to be very easy drinking , a light sweet speysider with a smoothe warm finish.I used to drink the Balvenie founders reserve 10yo, but since its demise for the much more expensive signature and indeed much less pleasing i have discovered speyurn as a replacement.A damned good dram without being over priced.

  • 18 August 2013

    Inver House are very good makers of whiskey as this shows.If its to your taste you cannot fault the quality of make.

  • 22 February 2013

    A better scotch then many that cost twice and even three times as much.

  • 28 January 2012

    "Nose": Soft red fruits,prunes. Citrus waves. Restrained nose, but very pleasing to my senses, nonetheless. Vanilla behind all of the fruity, honeyed goodness. Speyside to a "T". "Palate": Honeyed. Light bodied vanilla, pretty sweet initially, lots of caramel, does some decent drying with a bit of oak, a small puff of smoke, very shy peat, white pepper. This isn't the least subtle of malts. "Finish": A pretty small puff of smoke and faint.

  • 5 November 2011

    I keep coming back to this whisky. It's got a unique taste. Clean with a little bite. No sweetness in it. I drink it neat. Also, love the bottle. Foil wrapped. Cork top. Classic design. The cork top tells you these guys take pride in their whisky. For the money, you can't beat it!

  • 27 October 2010

    A joyous suprise to discover this at a local retailer. A bargain. Smooth and clean

  • 12 October 2010

    I tasted this single malt for the first time and really enjoyed the fruity taste. I don't care for the malts with a strong peaty taste. This one isn't strong at all. It has an all round smooth taste. Just need to find a supermarket that stocks it?

  • 10 May 2010

    Best scotch whiskey I ever tasted, now I cannot find it in the state where I live, nor in the surrounding states. What's happened. I am told it is the dealers can't deliver.

  • 1 March 2010

    A taste and scent of lightly smokey clover honey. I swear I have a brief vision of a summer meadow when I sip this stuff.

  • 15 February 2010

    I don't like an overpowering peat taste. Scotch was meant to be made with charcoal anyway. The only reason distillers starting using peat was due to charcoal shortage during WWII. This is a very nice pre-dinner scotch and excellent for the money. Would be a good everyday dram for those of us that can't justify breaking the bank for a decent drink.

  • 24 May 2009

    Personally I don't like my single malt whisky to have an overpowering taste of peat. I have been working my way through the single malt, as I don't care for blended, and this is the best I've tasted.

  • 17 May 2009

    If you like low peat taste for the price it is not a bad single malt.

  • 5 July 2008

    Not bad for the lower price in a single malt. It goes on sale often in the states in BevMO and Safeway.One of the few drinkables you'll find in a supermarket. Fruity and low in peaty taste or smell. Low to medium bodied. Smell is fruity. Somewhat smooth, tastes of pears with the skins,with some peat at the finish. Not a complex rich taste, acceptable, but forgettable.

  • 3 February 2008

    If I wanted caramel, I'd buy Cadburys.

  • 18 January 2007

    mingin!