Auchentoshan Three Wood

70cl / 43%
  • Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Auchentoshan Three Wood
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The ever-popular Auchentoshan 3 Wood is matured initially in bourbon casks before being finished in Oloroso then Pedro Ximénez casks for an extra layer of rich, sweet fruitiness.
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  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Raisins Raisins
  • Prunes Prunes
  • Orange Orange
  • Blackberry Blackberry

Auchentoshan Three Wood Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    The Three Wood is intense, sweet and complex with a rich golden bronze appearance. 

    It has a blackcurrant, brown sugar, orange, plum and raisin aroma with a fruit and syrup taste. 

    The finish is fresh and fruity with long lasting oaky sweetness.

43 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    24 November

    Excellent! Very smooth and easy to drink.

  • 2
    21 November

    I found this whisky quite disappointing. Tasted very one dimensional. Smells like prunes, tastes like cinnamon. Not much else going on as far as I'm concerned.

  • 4
    18 November

    This is a excellent whisky Great color and taste! It is easy to drink. my only very small problem with it is that it is not as sweet as the 12 year old.

  • 4
    10 November

    brine and tobacco with a long hazelnut finish

  • 4
    7 November

    Three Wood has been my single malt of choice for a while - as I enjoy its complex rich flavor that is a mixture of caramel, raisins and and overtone of citrus - long lasting and satisfying.....

  • 5
    24 October

    With first bottle opening a dank wet forest/wood smell. Could not appreciate this again with subsequent pours. Very nice, smooth character. The finish had a very pleasant tobacco flavor for me.

  • 5
    23 September

    Lovely, had it in Edinburgh and couldn't get over the smoothness. The finish lingers pleasantly.

  • 5
    30 June

    One of my favorites. Great price point for this scotch.

  • 5
    9 April

    Sweet and chocolate on the nose - after that it's all gold!

  • 5
    18 March

    Lovely scotch. Nice flavor, easy to swish around. No spicy burning when swallowing.

  • 3
    4 March

    Well priced but I find it a bit overpowering with cinnamon

  • 5
    6 February

    Just want to say, anyone on here who uses the word Peat in a review on this obviously has real no idea, this is a fantastic Whisky, arguably my favourite ever, but if you do a tour of the distillery which is just outside of Glasgow, you will find that it's the only tripple distilled Whisky producer in Scotland and that NO PEAT is used in any of their produce, its a gas powered distillery, I'd highly recommend doing a tour of the place if you get chance as they have some other wonderful produce and this was the highlight of my visit to Scotland...

  • 4
    31 January

    Yes, it's a NAS and yes it's a bit on the light side but this is still a very enjoyable malt. The peat-freaks won't like it but anyone else who enjoys a red berrie crumble topped with syrup will love it. I know I do...

  • 4
    16 December 2016

    Very good!

  • 5
    26 November 2016

    Very good! I experiment with many flavors of Single Malt and this one is a keeper.

  • 5
    25 September 2016

    Best under ?50 whiskey I have experienced in 15 years of drinkink whiskey.

  • 3
    20 September 2016

    Floral notes on the nose. Quite a bit of burn. Dry finish. Medium length palate. Relatively smooth and comparable to a 5-6 yr old.

  • 5
    15 July 2016

    Very nice.

  • 3
    17 May 2016

    "Nose" (undiluted) Peat and floral. Really floral. Fragrant. "Palate" (undiluted) Sweet, smooth entry of chocolate, hazelnuts, malty notes, with oak and subtle orange rind. "Finish" (undiluted) Sherry/raisin, black grapes and peat. Some black coffee.

  • 5
    5 February 2016

    My favorite Scotch so far. I moved onto scotch to try something different (perhaps better) than the fine cognac's I am fan of. At first I almost went back to cognac's since I like the sweetness. My first introduction to Scotch was The Glen livet 12, and 15, which were okay. Than the McCallan 12 (and also 15 I believe) which were also just okay as well. Than GlenMorangie 10 year which was a bit too mellow and fruity for me, not very complex. Then I found AUCHENTOSHAN THREE WOOD (which had no indication as to how old it was) this is THE CHAMP!!! This is the best cognac like Scotch, yet more complex with better and more variety of flavor notes. I won't go into all the different flavors, it seems to vary among different individuals. All I have to say is if you like sweet and malty notes (among others), rich and complex, but smooth with just enough bite, this is it. Thank You Auchentoshan now lower the price a bit $58 for 750ml makes me limit my consumption. Five Stars.

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