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Member Reviews and Ratings of Auchentoshan American Oak
Fantastic bang for the buck
It’s a scotch that drinks like a very mediocre bourbon. Perhaps will be best used in cocktails (which is what the word is how Auchentoshan does with this in their own tasting room).
Really spicy nose with vanilla and dried fruit.
Peppery and spicy palate, the bourbon character really comes through and leads to some baking spices on the finish.
Picked this up for £20 from Tesco so was pretty happy, but when scotch has this much bourbon character why not just buy a bourbon ...
Excellent choice for this price range. Very enjoyable
Smooth, but more sour than I want from an oaky whiskey
Nice vanilla notes and some cinnamon at the end. Nice taste that I had too much. But it was enjoyed.
Oaky, smooth, and floral with a spicy finish. very drinkable.
Decent enough, light crisp with touches of vanilla and spice, no length but passable
A sweet, un-peaty scotch from the ancestral Kennedy homeland.
Worst whiskey I've had by a long shot. Like chewing on a board.
Smooth with a strong kick after the initial sip. As you would expect from a bourbon, and as this is finished off in bourbon casks it's not a surprise. A woody after taste from the oak. But as a dry oak no smokeyness that I can detect.
Fantastic single malt. I was really impressed. A great value and a must have.
An ok whisky, not an overly complex flavour but relatively easy drinking.
Smooth on the initial taste. Clean and palet clensing. But lacks depth. Leaves an odd earthy/oaky after taste. Almost like damp.
It’s fresh and you can really taste the oak, great with a steak.
Nice as an aperitif but lacks body and finish. Ok value for the price
Smooth, with a unique profile. I liked it but something about it just didn’t work for me in the long run.
I love this Scotch! Smooth, full flavored and great for sipping!
SMOOOOOOOTH. Almost not scotch-y. So sweet and floral
not peaty or smoky at all
love it very smooth
A nice smooth whiskey that's easy to sip. Has some nice spicy notes as it's finished in American bourbon casks.
Considering its price it is a well made, smooth whisky that brings you back to it over and over again
One of my favourite repeat buys!
Pretty good, nice and easy going down. Sweet
Sehr leicht, karamellig im Abgang
Pot Still Glasgow, 4/18. Bestellt von Vera
Really like the smell and the flavor . Can either drink straight or over ice very nice drink for get together.
I enjoyed this dram. The zesty nose was pleasant. Nutty and spicy on the palate, with a hint of pepper and vanilla. The finish was was a pleasantly sweet surprise.
I wanted to try a quintessential lowlands dram and this did not disappoint. It's a little too light for what I feel like drinking on a normal basis, but it won't go to waste.
Nice easy drinking scotch. Not too Smokey, not too harsh.
I'm new to scotch and this one may take a few tries for me.
Solid single malt for under $50, very smooth, fairly sweet but not overly so
Good smokey nose, follows through to the finish.
BAM! Now that is a fine whisky!!!
A very fine way to relax and enjoy a fairly uniquely diverse wood and very nice but light hint of smoke on the quite lengthy finish. Have a dram and enjoy!
You don't ship to Massachusetts I'm at a loss.so I can't join.
Long lasting flavor with medium warm finish. Smokey, old wood nose. Water adds malty nose and creamy, soft taste.
A pleasant vanilla scent with a smokey bite to the finish.
This tasty Lowland scotch is a lighter style with lots of bourbon oak vanilla and spice...A very nice after dinner dram!
First taste is a bit weak. Aftertaste is very outspoken.
A delightful lowland whisky. It was a great dram after a long trip accross country. Not tremendously peaty, but floral, and had hints of coconut and flowers.
This is my go to whiskey if I am needed a drink while I watch a movie or if I'm sitting on the back porch watch my kids play in the summer. It is very sooth and easy to drink. It is also the whiskey that I use for mixing drinks.
That being said it has no real deep characteristics that make it worth sitting down and really enjoying the it for what it is. It lacks complexity.
Overall not a bad scotch just not a great one either. If I could give it 6.5 I would.
Great for the price
Auchentoshan, though somewhat satisfying for a single malt, lacks the subtle nuances and layering of flavor profiles in nose, palette, and finish that I yearn for in my single malts. The spice, burn, and finish are barely detectable. I imagine it to be a great "starter scotch" for those new to scotch in general due to its exceptionally mild honey-like sweetness. My personal preference is for anything with an intriguing complexity of character that cleverly reveals a complex flavor spiral from nose to finish (MacAllan, for example, exemplifies this for me). Overall, I found Auchentoshan soft, bland, and a smudge too oily.
Sweet but not so much that it's doesn't warm your pallet. I found myself coming back to this as it is a smooth and easy friend to sit with after a long day.
I liked this but not as much as some others. Plus i can buy this a little cheaper from my local store for less than what it sells here.
Not bad, but not great, some what smooth but nothing about the flavor stood out to me.