Clynelish 14 Year

Peated Single Malt

Clynelish // Highlands, Scotland

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    1. Aesculapius

      Tasted
      4.5
      4.5 out of 5 stars
      Smooth, not too peaty. Clean finish. Had at Lurcat
      Café and Bar Lurcat
    2. sherad00

      Tasted
      3.0
      3.0 out of 5 stars
    3. decocar1

      Tasted
      4.5
      4.5 out of 5 stars
    4. daddydoalot

      Tasted
      4.0
      4.0 out of 5 stars
      Smooth, smoky. Very nice chilled
      47.0 USD per Bottle
      Belle Fourche
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    6. Jan-Wijnen

      Tasted
      3.5
      3.5 out of 5 stars
    7. liukier

      Tasted
      2.75
      2.75 out of 5 stars
      Smoky and fruity. Easy on the front. Intense in the back
    8. pa_whiskey_guy

      Tasted
      3.5
      3.5 out of 5 stars
    9. cloydjason

      Tasted
      4.5
      4.5 out of 5 stars
      The whisky Macallan should've been. This a fantastic expression of highland Scotch that gives you everything you want and need. For anyone who feels the need to buy Macallan, buy this instead. All Macallan's fall short of the mark for me, ESPECIALLY for the price. This, though, is around the price of a standard Macallan 12, but a great deal better in my opinion. The nose gives way to honey, caramel, and a rich butterscotch that reminds me of a much older highland (20-25 years), which is incredible for a 14 year old. The palate is pretty incredible. It's a little vegetal with some fantastic floral and potpourri notes. The BEST part of this whisky is where many Macallans fall short for me: the finish. The finish is incredible and extremely long. It's sweet, fruity, and floral at the start with the rich bass notes of caramel and butterscotch coming through afterwards. This is a really good whisky and anyone who wants a highland and is tired of the Macallans, Glenfiddichs, and Glenlivets. While those are respectable Scotches, this takes things a step further when it comes to the flavor, finish, and complexity.
      70.0 USD per Bottle
    10. Grumpious

      Tasted
      3.75
      3.75 out of 5 stars
      Before even getting into this dram the first thing I’m noticing is the legs, which I don’t usually pay attention to but from first swirl this looks like it might be good. The nose is firmly in highland territory, with bold scents of honey, malted grain, and just a hint of fruity sweetness in the background. While this is not coloring outside of any lines, the other adjective that comes to mind is creamy. The whole thing is so smooth and rounded; more so then some comparable pours. The palate is similar in that texture, soft and sweet up front with that bright honey, then the expected barely comes in and makes itself known for a good length of time. Then there is an earthy note that is probably supposed to be peat, but it’s so mild I can barely find it. Just when I think I’ve separated it from the malt, a splash of baking spice and oak take over and take me to the finish line. Finish is medium long, hanging out in the back of the throat with some warm ethanol, a touch of spice and then some smoke, almost as if it knew I was going to complain about this not being peaty/smoky enough. Overall this whisky smells & tastes like quality. It didn’t take me off any beaten paths, but it ticks every box for a solid, delicious pour of scotch.
      16.0 CAD per Pour
      Edmonton
    11. Matt-Marr

      Tasted
      3.75
      3.75 out of 5 stars
      A nice touch of honey mingles with floral notes and proceeds into a light touch of faint citrus ending on notes of apple and peat smoke.
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