citrus zest
smoky
spicy
coffee
peaty
manuka honey
grassy
apple
oak
Spiral Paul John Bold

Paul John
Bold
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sea salt, dry grass, citrus wood, and tart apple.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Fresh-ground coffee, peat, honey-granola, citrus zest.

Finish
Medium length with spice, peat, and oak.
Price:
$66.99
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Paul John Bold is adored for its citrus zest, smoky, spicy and coffee flavor notes.

This Indian Whisky is carefully distilled at Paul John distillery, India.

Based on 43 votes, the average rating for Paul John Bold is 8.5/10.

Top reviews for Paul John Bold:

— I really like this whisky. It reminds me of Laphroaig. If you are an Islay whisky fanatic and looking to try a good Asian whisky, Paul John Bold is one of your best shots!

— Wonderful ! The taste lingers for long... One of the best Indian whisky.

— Really nice, one of the best peat forward whiskies I've had and it compares very well to products from traditional regions.

Paul John Bold

(0.75l, 46%)


8.5/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Paul John Bold
Paul
Paul,
I really like this whisky. It reminds me of Laphroaig. If you are an Islay whisky fanatic and looking to try a good Asian whisky, Paul John Bold is one of your best shots!
 
guest
guest,
WEIRDly smoky.
 
Jonathan
Jonathan,
It is peat-forward, and tasty BUT at this price point, i expect something with a little more complexity - or boldness dare I say? I actually like it best mixed with Coffee! To say it tastes better mixed tells you something, sorry. my senses aren't the strongest, but even from a Bold Whisky, I feel it's straight-forward whiskey. No Surprises.
 
Sean
Sean,
Really like this. Same flavor as the edited with more peat. Couldn’t have too much still given how sweet these are.
 
Barry
Barry,
Nice and light. Pleasant after taste. Well balanced.
 
guest
guest,
Wonderful ! The taste lingers for long... One of the best Indian whisky.
 
Michael
Michael,
Really nice, one of the best peat forward whiskies I've had and it compares very well to products from traditional regions.
 
Jenni
Jenni,
Gentle but spicy note and fresh taste with herbs on an instant aftertaste.
 
Mariano
Mariano,
Surprinsingly a very nice spicy whisky. I wonder how do they get drinkable water in order not to elevate production cost.
 
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