jobert82 wrote:Did anyone try this one yet?
Very curious about this one!
Yes I'd like to know too... very tempted to by one. Seems like good value.
Initially light and floral upon nosing, this Clynelish warms to reveal notes of crème brulée and clotted cream. The mid-weighted, oily body leads to a rich and fruity palate, marmalade and apricot preserve before unmalted barley and brininess. The finish is crisp, clean and complex.
Hope this helps.
It came out on top, here in Belgium, in a big Douglas Laing tasting... I don't think there was one person in the audience who did not like it!
It's a very high quality "passe-partout"... one of the best bottlings they did this year (along with the Port Ellen Platinum collection)
So, Good decision!
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