floral
woody
cinnamon
cake
lemon
creamy vanilla
spicy
toasted oak
apple
Spiral Compass Box GKS Single Marrying Cask ''The Lost Child''

Compass Box
GKS Single Marrying Cask ''The Lost Child''
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Deep gold

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Light and playful nose with notes of green apples, citrus, toasted oak and sweet cream.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Smooth and creamy palate with floral wood, sultana, sponge cake, cinnamon and lemon curd flavors.

Finish
Medium-length finish with notes of cheesecake, vanilla cream and wood.
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Compass Box GKS Single Marrying Cask ''The Lost Child'' is adored for its floral, woody, cinnamon and cake flavor notes.

This Scotch is carefully distilled at Compass Box distillery, England.

Based on 33 votes, the average rating for Compass Box GKS Single Marrying Cask ''The Lost Child'' is 7.7/10.

Top reviews for Compass Box GKS Single Marrying Cask ''The Lost Child'':

— Delicious. My favorite in the advent calendar.

— It is an outstanding, complex, Blended Scotch Whisky that has a delicate birth; while a creamy life leads to a rich & zesty death of medium length with notes of cheesecake, vanilla cream, smoke & wood.

— Really good
  • Category
  • Style
    Blended Scotch Whisky
  • Region
    Chiswick
  • Country
    England
  • Alcohol
    49.5%
  • Distillery
    Compass Box

Compass Box GKS Single Marrying Cask ''The Lost Child''

(0.75l, 49.5%)


7.7/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Compass Box GKS Single Marrying Cask ''The Lost Child''
Lisa
Lisa,
Decent
 
Antti
Antti,
It is an outstanding, complex, Blended Scotch Whisky that has a delicate birth; while a creamy life leads to a rich & zesty death of medium length with notes of cheesecake, vanilla cream, smoke & wood.
 
Jeff
Jeff,
Light aroma, light on the palate. Smooth drinking for 49%. Light complex aromas at first, then sweet finish that lasts. Excellent
 
Stephen
Stephen,
Interesting mix of flavors. Mild flowery taste with a fruitiness as well. Finishes with a wood/spicy end.
 
Brendan
Brendan,
Sweet on the nose. At first mostly spice, but then a hearty sweetness comes through, like cake. Better and better through the glass. Great overall.
 
Ryan
Ryan,
Really good
 
Liz
Liz,
Okay, spicy woodness/goodness. Add some ice/water to bring out the smoke and also, surprising, the floral notes. Super complex dram.
 
Todd
Todd,
One of the best from the advent calendar. Sweet with a little smoke. Too bad you can’t buy it on Flaviar.
 
Matthew
Matthew,
Nice complex flavors
 
John
John,
Delicious. My favorite in the advent calendar.
 
D
D,
Spicy cinnamon nose, honey-sweet malty palate. Moderately long sweet malty finish.
 
Angela
Angela,
Good, but nothing remarkable
 
Zachary
Zachary,
A tasty dram of fruity blended scotch.
 
Burton
Burton,
I found this truly a nice Scotch with a floral honey fruit nose. A zesty palate adds spice cinnamon and cask with a nice ABV. Worth a look.
 
John
John,
I thinks it’s an appreciable scotch whiskey. It blends well. Not necessarily my flavor profile however.
 
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