North Star Aultmore 11 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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North Star Aultmore 11 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$175.00 Bottle
  • ABV 53.2%

After a patchy history, Aultmore was sold to Bacardi subsidiary, Dewars, who offered the first ever official bottling in 2004 - so Aultmore of this ilk is not common. The house style has been described as "fragrant on the nose, substantial on the tongue." We find it typically light, spicy and fruity with most of the wood employed being American oak. Very highly prized by blenders, try this and discover what they've been keeping to themselves all these years! Bottled from a refill hogshead with an outturn of 150 bottles. North Star's tasting notes: "Caramel toffee, light spice and sponge cake on the nose followed by Angel Cake, nutmeg and light oak with orange sweetness and lasting spice." Non chill filtered and bottled at 53.2% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews... This one’s brand new. Colour: gold. Nose: very nice, with some fudge, cappuccino, shortbread and butterscotch, custard, brioche, Ovaltine… Not much to add, this is modern in the best sense of that word. With water: lovely waxy tones ala Clynelish. More raw barley as well. Mouth (neat): really very good. Lemon liqueur, mocha, panettone, custard, orange blossom, fudge… In short it’s one of those newish Scottish bourbons, with extra-care given to the wood. Again, nothing against that. With water: it is perfect, everything was under control, it’s full and oily, it’s got pastries and just a few spices (caraway)… But the finish will tell. The finish always tells… Finish: indeed the oak’s a little louder, with more tea tannins, but no scandal. Comments: wondering if that refill HHD hadn’t been rejuvenated (scratched and re-burnt), since it’s bright as a penny. In any case, very very good whisky.
85 points - Serge Valentin,