vanilla
coconut
grain
bitter oak
sweet
citrus peel
tangerine
nutmeg
cinnamon
Spiral Compass Box Hedonism
Compass Box
Hedonism
Tasting Notes
Appearance / Color
Pale Gold

Smell / Nose / Aroma
Sweet dairy cream, fresh yeasty bakery bread, faint citrus (tangerine), vanilla, nutmeg

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Whipped cream, toasted coconut, cinnamon, soft wood notes, powdered sugar

Finish
Silky, elegant and warm.
Price:
$129.99
Singin' in the Grain.

In 2000 John Glaser started the Compass Box Whisky Company, a firm dedicated to blending boutique Scotch Whiskies and making Scotch more approachable and relevant to more people. They are game changers, who have replaced heritage for boldness.

Compass Box Hedonism is one of the Scotch Whiskies in their signature range. It is a blended grain Scotch, produced from 100% grain Whisky (made from mostly wheat, and likely corn as well) sourced from various Scotch distilleries. It is produced only once per year, when they find casks with the right flavor profile, using top-quality single-grain Whiskies aged up to 29 years in first-fill American oak casks. Compass Box blends these grain Whiskies and matures them for an unknown period of time in first-fill American oak casks and rejuvenated American oak Hogsheads.

With Hedonism Compass Box challenges the notion that grain Scotch is only meant to be used as a filler in a blended Scotch Whisky, and shows that grain Whisky made properly using great quality oak and long-aged grain Whisky is to be fully appreciated for what it is – soft, complex and understated, with a full and creamy body. The quality of the blend of grain Whiskies is reflected in the price of the Hedonism.
  • Style
    100% Grain Scotch Whisky
  • Region
    Scotland
  • Country
    Scotland
  • Alcohol
    43%
  • Distillery
    Compass Box
  • Bottler
    Compass Box
  • Age
    NAS
  • Chill Filtered?
    No

Compass Box

Hedonism

(0.75l, 43%)


7.6/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Compass Box Hedonism
anonymous
anonymous,
A tasty treat and one of the finest grain whiskies going
Marc
Marc,
Sweet and lightly Smokey but very hot
Rick
Rick,
The FIRST Scotch Whiskey I've actually liked.
Juan
Juan,
Nice blended scotch.
Jeremy
Jeremy,
Nice sweet blend with a hint of vanilla.
Katherine
Katherine,
Very balanced. Might be too hot for some, but I like it.
Joseph
Joseph,
Decent scotch. Smooth but nothing that interesting
Logan
Logan,
Good balance of sweet and smoke. Strong cinnamon and grain alcohol aftertaste. Not quite as smooth as I was hoping for, but still not bad.
Deja
Deja,
I pick up cinnamon more than any citrus.
anonymous
anonymous,
The best grain scotch whisky for this price
David
David,
Swee and rich medium spice
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