Balvenie Tun 1509 Batch No.4 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml) - Damaged labels

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Balvenie Tun 1509 Batch No.4 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml) - Damaged labels

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$375.00 Bottle
  • ABV 51.7%

Note: These may have light stains on the outside of the tubes as well as slight creasing on the top of tubes and are priced down accordingly.

Several reviews have batch four as one of the better Tun 1509 releases to date. This one's composed from thirteen first-fill American barrels and ten sherry butts,

Other reviews... I thought last years batch #3 was very good (WF 88). Colour: gold. Nose: a few sulphury smells, around used matches (I’ve decided not to mention guns anymore), with transform into some sooty/earthy notes, before some pencil shavings are starting to come in, together with a rather bouillony profile. It’s quite dry, do not expect any jammy, mirabelly style this time. With water: new plank, then bonbons. Mouth (neat): feels a bit modern, I have to say. Ginger, beer, cardamom, nutmeg, cinnamon mints, more pencil shavings, spicy bread, white pepper… It’s very unusual, and it hasn’t got anything from Balvenie’s usual apricoty creaminess. A whole different style and frankly, a feeling of ‘oaked youth’. With water: ah, finally, some fruits! More unripe greengages, unripe kiwis… Finish: rather long, with bags of limes. Gets acidic, not obligatorily in a bad way. Comments: absolutely not in last year’s style. It’s a much greener, and possibly younger ‘Tun’ this time. 51.7% Alc./Vol.
85 points - Serge Valentin, whiskyfun.com