Le Pertuis Pure Malt Whisky is adored for its chocolate, oak, apple and apricot flavor notes.
This French Whisky is carefully distilled at Undisclosed (Several) distillery, France.
Based on 249 votes, the average rating for Le Pertuis Pure Malt Whisky is 6.7/10.
Top reviews for Le Pertuis Pure Malt Whisky:
— Very pleasant whisky with a lovely woodiness that enhances the ripe fruits. Very good taste...
— I do recommend. Smooth and fruity. Honey and chocolate notes make this whisky very pleasant.
— Really pleasantly surprised by this. Didn't have many expectations but this was very drinkable. Fruity most of all, bit of sweetness and definitely some salty toffee in there too. A little bit of harshness but that's my only criticism. Who knew French whisky was this good?!
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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Le Pertuis Pure Malt Whisky
Really not worth anyone's time. I feel describing it as bland is too much of a compliment. Shallow and watery.
Not bad for a five year old whisky. There's some flavour and some spice there and it has a bitter of character.
I do recommend. Smooth and fruity. Honey and chocolate notes make this whisky very pleasant.
I've tasted many drams of countless other Whiskeys and this stands out as an exceptionally terrible drink.
Unfortunately I simply cannot think of a single positive thing to about this.
10/10 would not reccomend
Easily the worst ‘whisky’ I’ve ever encountered (blended or malt)... it tastes like pure alcohol - likely due to only 5yrs ageing...
I couldn't agree more 🤢
Really pleasantly surprised by this. Didn't have many expectations but this was very drinkable. Fruity most of all, bit of sweetness and definitely some salty toffee in there too. A little bit of harshness but that's my only criticism. Who knew French whisky was this good?!
This one has warm alcoholic notes on the nose and a rather thin but biting flavour that reminds me a little of brandy. Despite this I keep coming back to it as a different and interesting take on whisky.
Part of a sample box. Nose was buttery, but in an odd way. I didn't get much on the palate and it had too much alcohol burn on the finish for my liking. Glad i tried it, but won't be revisiting it anytime soon.
Very harsh on the nose for me. I'm not getting much other than a reminder of the days when vodka shots were a regular occurrence. Taste wish I get the fruitiness, it's quite dry as well. My initial thoughts were some sherry and I got a bit of a botanical taste off it, too.
I found it bland nothing much to it
For a French Single malt I was surprised by the good taste.
Not bad not good. I thought a drop of water was welcomed to pass the harshness of this whisky. Toffee and chocolate were the main distinction but no real distinction to my opinion 🤷♂️
Never tried a frensh whisky before but this one was a Nice surprise.
Good nose but a bit too weak when drank for my taste
Once it breaths the chocolate is very prevalent. The smell is off putting to us, almost tequila smelling.
A pleasant enough drink, slightly peaty but not overpowering (I'm not a fan of very peaty whiskies)
Lovely and fruity with notes that remind me of a sauvignon blanc on the nose.
Strong but very pleasant chocolate and dried fruit flavour initially with a hint of oak and liquorice to follow, with a delightful sweet salted toffee finish.
Not as smooth as an Irish whiskey and benefits from a cube of ice or drop of water to release flavour and mellow it out a little.
Definitely one I'll buy again, as it won't be long till I finish this one. 😁
Really liked the apple and chocolate notes
It is a very good, elegant, Pure Malt Whisky that has a fruity birth while a complex life leads to a balanced death of medium length with notes of sea-salt toffee.
Quite a nice bottle. The honey flavour/sweetness is apparent. If I was to blind taste-test it I would have guessed it was a bourbon.
If you like cognac (which I do) this is a treat. Heavy cognac/apple on the nose and then a nice surprise dried fruit (fig?) dash on the palate, with a nice maritime finish that reminds me of an unpeated Islay.
Never knew any whisky was made in France. It’s quite good too, lovely notes of cocoa & chocolate make this whisky an unexpected delight
Harsh start to faded finish makes it reasonably smooth, not particularly full bodied, but a decent drink.
Has a nice subtle fruit with spice flavors and decent non-lingering burn. On ice the burn goes away and the fruit is more prominent.
I am from NC and the smell and first taste is a bit like shine. After the bite it mellows out and tastes like the sweat off Adriana Lima’s elbow. This is very good.
A bias review; following a day 'on it', we returned home in the small hours for tea and a 'night cap'. The French Malt came out and we both agreed that this was a decent bottle, reminiscent of some brandy, dank, easy, pleased I bought it.
This was middle of the road for me, neither good nor bad. Noticed some hints of oak and apricot but that was about it.
Very interesting and unique tasting.
Very pleasant whisky with a lovely woodiness that enhances the ripe fruits. Very good taste...
Good, but lacks distinction.
So smooth. Was so surprised by this one
I was pleasantly surprised by this "pure malt" whisky I've never heard of before. Maybe I should try more pure malt?
The flavor spiral is definitely accurate on this one. A lot of chocolate flavor up front and in the after taste. It’s a unique flavor, but not something I’d want all the time.
Smell is sublime... taste is not bad but not amazing either.