Springbank Sherry Wood 17 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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Springbank Sherry Wood 17 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Campbeltown, SCOTLAND
$260.00 Bottle
  • ABV 52.3%

Here's one we've been eagerly awaiting - Springbank fully matured in fresh and refill sherry oak and at cask strength. Only 9,120 bottle produced world wide.

In Cadenhead's words, "A winter warmer. Dark orange chocolate, Christmas cake and brandy snaps. Honey and spices develop over time."

Tasting note: Bright brassy gold. Clean, ripe and fruity opening aroma is also mildly spirity; second pass reveals Marie biscuit, hints of kumquot and a refreshing though subtle orange peel / menthol lozenge aspect. Punchy malt delivered with lovely sweet / dry balance, spicing up towards the finish where delicately bittersweet dried fruit, paprika and muesli bar flavours combine. Ends more woody, warming yet well balanced with subtle cocoa and peat notes in the aftertaste. Obvious sherry input but not over the top. 52.3% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews... Released in February 2015, this cask strength expression of 17 year old Springbank has been entirely matured in sherry casks. 9,120 bottles are available globally. The nose offers sea spray, blood orange, ginger, and discreet sherry. Finally, some peat. The sherry really makes its presence felt on the palate, which is full and slightly oily, with rich fruitcake flavors, soft toffee, coffee, and ripe cherries. The finish is lengthy, slightly peaty, with more sherry, treacle toffee, and trademark Springbank ozone.
89 points - www.whiskyadvocate.com (Fall 2015) Reviewed by: Gavin Smith