70cl / 61.4%
12 Year Old Sherry Cask TWE Exclusive
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Dark Chocolate
- Fruit Cake
Edradour 2005 Reviews
Tasting note from Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange
Nose: Raisins dusted with golden caster sugar. Touches of new and well-worn polished leather. The inevitable fruitcake sits in the centre, studded with cherries, and drizzled with orgeat and brown-sugar syrup.
Palate: Thick, chewy and sweet. Sweet fruit on top, samp earth and autumn leaves on the bottom balancing everything out. The brown sugar from the nose is back, with singed raisins and baked apples in tow. Then comes caramel, toffee and buckets of juicy raisins.
Finish: Buttery cinnamon toast and raisin jam.
Comment: Thick and sweet sherry-cask fruit with a touch of savoury earthiness to stop it all becoming too much.
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Magic in a bottle! How much sherry is it possible to squeeze into a whisky bottle? Check Edradour 2005 for the answer.