A fine young Whisky from Northern wetlands where wolves rule the place.
When George IV. ruled Great Britain, one William Smith decided to make Whisky as far from London as possible: if he decided to put his distillery further north from the Pentland Firth, he’d be the first underwater Whisky-maker. Thus, the Wolfburn distillery was born. His family ran the Spirit business for decades and made it the largest in the county. But somewhere in the 1870s, the place of magic was deserted and left to the sands of time for unknown reasons.
Jump a century and a half forward (2013) and behold... The old sleeping Viking is resurrected, built on the sacred stones of the forgotten distillery. Shane Fraser from Glenfarclas was called, and he turned a place with history into a place with future. The cold stream of Wolf Burn that was the blood of the ancient Whisky also mothers the Northland Whisky, which carries the centuries-old emblem of a sea wolf, who supposedly lived in the woods and waters nearby.
The 46% Scotch was matured in Islay casks and even though Northland isn't peated, it inherits some fine smoke accents from the wood. This gold medalist brings images of angry Northern sea gods through its notes of fresh sea air, and hardened port lads that warm themselves with home-made Whisky. Young Whiskies that didn't have much time to evolve tend to be rough and feral, but Northland manages to be sweet and clean (like a late-stage Rod Stewart) with a great potential for voluptuous complexity when the Spirit matures.
Smoky, but not as smoky as Laphroaig. I normally drink single malt meat but this one is a bit rough for that, I put a small ice cube in it and let it bloom for a bit and it was quite nice.
Smooth. Some peat, a little floral up top, but it feels flat.
Not the best scent, touch heavy on medicine and light on peat and wood, but it's a smooth sip with a good round flavor from start to finish.
I was so excited to try this and once I did all i can say is meh.
Not bad, but I can’t wait to expand my Scotch knowledge. I found this pretty smoky. I enjoyed it, but I’m sure I will find others that I will enjoy more. Definitely was better with a little spring water.
I think that for the price there are a lot more choices that would be better. I am not a fan of the nutty and I think it is a little too smokey for my taste.
A little to weak for me
Cigar , camping fire , sipping whiskey.
Too much burn for me.
Just enough spoke. Smooth throughout. Liked it very much.
Smokey, but smooth.
Smooth with a sweet and smoky bite.
This is a fabulous single malt. I do not like smoke and this is so light smoke it is awesome. I have found 2 others before this that I really enjoy and this is now the third. (Posting on my husbands account- Julie Zarr)
It’s an okay Scotch. A bit too smoky for my taste when served neat, but an ice cube smooths it out a bit. Came as a sample in the welcome box. Not one I would go buy a bottle of.
Not a fan, but generally not a Scotch guy. First taste all I could think was “earthy”. I wouldn’t turn down a glass if you offered but also not picking this one up for home collection.
I thought this Scotch had a nice Smokey flavor that trailed right off and did not hang around.
Was ok - not a scotch drinker. Got this sample along with a Breckenridge which was the standout.
I really enjoy this scotch. Clean smokey goodness.
It was ok.
Very young tasting but not bad. The smoke wasn't unbearable. The peat/salt was just right on the back side of the palate.
Not a scotch drinker (Bourbon guy) unless I have a cigar. I got this sample in my welcome box and Tried it without a stogie. Not bad but a tad on the peaty side for me and a little hot. my buds see “mmm or yuk” and not so much a flavor wheel. I also got a complimentary Highland Park Magnus in my membership and had this as drink #2. The Magnus seemed less peaty and more smooth to me and will get 6 stars
I love scotch but this one was just okay
Ok. not bad like lagavulin ‘s step brother
Heavy smoky aroma and after taste. First sip get essence of sweet butter and vanilla. Followed by the nutty chocolate flavors before everything gets overpowered by the smoke.
Very nice. Loved the smoky flavor
A dram of Wolfburn was in my Welcome tasting box. Just a bit to peaty for my personal taste.
So smooth and warm complimented well by the not-too sweet vanilla.
I wasn’t a fan of the smoky taste.
Great, smooth scotch
This was a delicious scotch. Very smoky in the beginning but finishes very nicely.
Very strong peat and smoke. Still not used to peat yet. Couple drops of water does smooth it out and brings out the vanilla but still not for me
Very smoky from the start and can be a little overwhelming. After taste is more pleasant.
I am normally a fan of Smokey peaty scotches but this one had an off putting up front flavor for me the finish wasn’t bad but not enough to overcome the initial hit of what I can only describe as rotten asparagus.
Peat overpowers everything until just the very end. A splash of water helps - a little.
No really my style but still had a pretty good taste.
The formulation's peat and sweat really has this tasting like liquid garbage.
Leaves a smoky flavor in your mouth
My first time trying anything peaty and it was terrible. The peat and the sweat together was like having potpourri in my mouth.
Not bad as far as peaty Scotches go, but not my cup of tea.
I think it smells terrible, if I’m being honest. However, it actually tastes pretty good. The smokey Scotches are growing on me. Unfortunately, I can’t rate this very high because, at least for me, the smell is a huge part of the enjoyment (or lack there of in this case)
If you enjoy the taste of paint thinner, then this is the drink for you. Absolutely horrid. Was so bad that I dumped the sample beaker.
Smooth and very enjoyable. The vanilla and honey are really enjoyable.
Better than toilet water (probably)
Not good tastes like a beer that had a cigarette put out in it (don't act like you don't know that taste from sneaking beers as a kid at a party lol). And the last sip that's all I could smell as well.
It was very harsh and too smokey for me. I kept taking sips of it for a few days to see if things would change based on what I ate or mood. It did not help.
I am not a huge fan of Scotch, but this one is pretty smooth. A bit too Smokey for my taste.
The youthfulness of this Scotch is evident from the first smell and taste. The nose and taste are both initially a little harsh, but mellow as you proceed. The harshness in the nose lingered more than the taste. Flavors are good once the initial harshness wears down.
I’m new to developing my pallet but I love the flavor. It’s sweet with just the right amount of smoke. It just has too aggressive of a bite for me
I love Smokey peaty scotch’s but damn this ones got a lot flavor included love it!! And I am a fan of the Smokey crazy peaty scotches
Surprisingly smooth for a 3 year old scotch. Sort of a nice honey Smokey explosiveness at the sup that leads to a nice vanilla finish.
Tastes of smoke and dark chocolate with some salt on the finish. The Islay casks provided more smoke than I expected from the Highlands. Not the most complex flavors but surprisingly good for such a young whisky.
Buttery and nutty
Not a scotch drinker, but it wasn’t the worst I’ve had!
Too smoky for me.
A strong, sweet peat in the nose but smoother in taste. Definite smokiness that lingers in the finish, but not terribly overwhelming. I did detect the vanilla in the finish, which was nice. I'm not typically a highland fan but this wasn't bad.
Smoke flavor with a peaty after taste smooth
I really enjoyed this, very smooth and flavorful.
Enjoyed this Scotch Whisky a lot. It was smooth to drink and tasted great. Certainly picked up on all the flavors except the dark chocolate. Certainly will purchase a bottle of this.
Very subtle peet, smooth and easy to drink. A good place to start if you don't like heavily peeted whisky.
Seemed like a lot of smoke on this one. Not one i would keep on my bar but not bad.
Not big on Petey scotches.. this one taste petey.
I liked this. I think. At first there was a lot of smoke to it, not as much as the Lagavulin 8 year, but quite a bit. Initial sip confirmed that, but second and third tastes it mellowed considerably. A lot more of the ... I guess it's peat?... taste that seems to get up into my sinuses rather than staying on my tongue. I don't know how to describe that, but it's common in the 10 or 12 scotches that I've tried... after that it fades into a very nice honey aftertaste.
I don't think I'd buy a bottle, but I got one as a birthday present I wouldn't be upset.
What I really enjoyed about this Scotch was the undertone of chocolate in the finish-this is one of the only whiskys I've tasted where I can pick out the chocolate. Not a very strong nose and middle of the road taste. I would try again for the finish but not my go-to scotch
Initially I found the peat and smoke to be prominent, but that quickly became more subtle and balanced. Detect honey and a little dried fruit sweetness. Overall, very balanced for a NAS scotch. Will definitely try again.
Kinda middle of the road when it comes to taste. It’s not bad, but it’s not really a bottle I would buy.
Not too much Scotch experience but not bad.. seemed to have bite at first but softened as it went .. I don’t think scotch in general would be my first choice but definitely it bad..
I am normally a bourbon drinker but I love the smooth sweetness this provides and the long linger of the smoke. I want complexity in my drinks and this gives it in spades. One splash of water killed the sharpness of the alcohol and the extremeness of the smoke and allowed the other flavors to really come through.
I am not a scotch drinker.
Least favorite of my welcome box. The aroma has plenty of smoke, but you can still detect the malt and fruit notes. However, the flavor is nothing but peat. You'd have to dig to find the sweetness. If the flavor profile didn't state that there are flavors of vanilla or honey I wouldn't have guessed. While smooth, it is overpowering. I hope it doesn't turn me off to all forms of Scotch.
This is the worst scotch I have ever tried-Smoke, peat and nothing else. Dumped half of it down the drain.
Too smoky and peppery for me. It has some sweetness buried in there, but it has a burnt taste to me.
Smoky all the way through with a slight sweet peaty finish. Not my favorite, but growing on me. Came in my welcome basket.
This is a pretty underwhelming whiskey. It's not bad, it's actually really smooth, but not a lot of flavor comes through. My least favorite of the welcome box.
Pretty crazy that this is only around a three year old whisky. Quite enjoyable with prominent dark chocolate notes...can see this as a regular in my home bar.
Very middle of the road, no one flavor jumps out. Not bad, but nothing that I would say sets it apart
Finish better than the start. The smokiness is not overwhelming, which has turned me off from some scotch in the past.
Nice aroma, but finishes with a strong taste of black pepper.
A very interesting scotch that carries the Smokey and Peaty notes indicative of good scotches but strong sweet and honey flavors as well
Tasted more like an Islay than a Highland to me. A little sweet, but overall not bad. I have added it to my wishlist
Sweeter than what I think of when I think of scotch. Still not a huge scotch fan, but would drink this again.
Very good, Smokeyness was very good, and finishes nicely
How long has this been aged? Of course more than 3+ years, but with its legs and refined overall enthusiastic yet demure taste, it could be 8+? I put this on our wish list. Must I wait too long?
If you like them smoky you will like this, much more like an islay than the highlands offerings I usually enjoy.
A light easy scotch. First sip was overpowered by the alcohol taste. But it mellowed aa we drank.
It’s a pleasant tasting scotch. Definitely has some smoke and pete to it but not as much as a Laphroaig or Lagavulin.
On the nose, very scotchy. I am more of a bourbon guy so the peet was a bit much. I can still appreciate a good scotch, but this wouldn’t be my first choose.
Did not like this AT ALL...but this is coming from a bourbon drinker, who likes their whiskey a bit more flavorful and not so peaty.
You live a very sheltered existence sir.
slight rancid smell, smooth and smokey taste
Scottish do it best
This seems a bit one dimensional to me, also a bit peaty for my tastes, I suggest cutting it with some ice for better enjoyment.
Aftertaste not for me
Lovely single malt. Starts as a sweet crisp highland and ends with the lingering smoke finish of an isle. I would stock this one and it would be the one I'd pick for a first time scotch drinker - providing I had any left to share.
I'm a smokey/peaty kind of scotch drinker. My go-to has always been Laphroig. That being said, this scotch surprised me by how much I enjoyed it. I will be picking up a bottle for myself very soon.
Very smooth. Balance of peat and sweetness on the nose. Definitely taste the smokiness and dark chocolate on the back of the tongue. Sweetness and honey on the front of the tongue. Really well balanced and complex. Would definitely purchase.
Strong Smokey taste that is overpowering. Not one of favorites.
Not a huge fan of that peet flavor, which isn’t too strong in Wolfburn. As scotches go, this wasn’t bad, but not something I’d order over a good bourbon at a bar, not something I would recommend to a scotch aficionado.
acceptable light scotch. not my personal favorite, my wife on the other hand enjoyed it more than my other scotches and whiskeys. she usually loves her wine- in particular sweet whites, and gin&tonic and diverse martinis.
Not super smokey and fairly sweet for a scotch.
First time tasting Wolfburn and I am pleasantly surprised by its stout entrance and lingering smoke. I will have to add this one to the shelf!
Love the woody smell. The flavor is good and it goes down easy.
Really good scotch. Light smoke followed by mild peet
Strong and not my taste.
It’s meh. Very strong at first, hard to decipher the flavors, until get to the end and then I get the honey. Not a sipping whiskey IMO.
Very peaty upfront with a lingering alcohol burn that sticks to your palate.
Very nice and Smokey, big fan
Our first foray into scotch. Light smoke and peat. Not a favorite.
Smokey and peaty flavor. Bit rough but had a smooth finish.
Too harsh upfront but a decent finish. A middle-of-the-road Scotch
A clean somewhat fruity scotch with a little bit of smoke. I was very pleasantly surprised!
Great smoky flavor.
Smokey but light and sweet. We don’t like scotch but this is good.
Taste: sweet and light, cloves, and spice, lots of malt, some smoke, dry finish
Not bad for a scotch... but not amazing
Pretty smooth overall. Didn't really taste the vanilla. More smokey than anything else. Wouldn't buy it on my own.
I enjoyed the smokey, peaty flavor that seems to put a lot of people off. I’d drink it again in a heartbeat.
needs work. Perhaps a bit more aging...
Some of the best Scotch I've had in a long time. Perfect thing on a cold, windy night.
Makes me think I'm not a scotch lover.
This is the first scotch I've had that I could noticeably taste and smell fruit. I have to say it was an enlightening experience and I really enjoyed it. Highly recommend this smooth and tasty scotch.
Lots of peat and nuttiness.
Did not care for this
Smooth and easy to drink. excellent for a beginner. Very young! Interesting the way they tried to fast track the flavors that come with aging. It's great to drink with friends.
This is very smooth and smells just fine. The thing that did it in for me and ruined it was the after taste. Everything was good until 2 seconds after it goes down.
Scotch with notes of tequila. No thanks!
I don’t usually enjoy Scotch, but I can appreciate the flavors. Not with this one. The nose was not unlike a dry cider. The flavor had a hint of dark chocolate, but was overwhelmed by smoke and alcohol. Very unpleasant.
Not the worst Scotch I've ever had but a far cry from tasty. It has the smokiness you want in a good Scotch but none of the flavor. It needs aging.
Petey and young tasting. Kind of harsh.
Not my thing. Waaaaay too peaty. If u like drinking through an old moldy sock this is your thing.
The aroma is smoky and the taste is of burnt earth. Not a fan of this one.
Too bitter and harsh; earthy and Peaty, just not my type of scotch, too young. Not a fan.
Didn’t think I would like the Smokeyness of this one, but surprisingly that’s what I love about it
Unexpectedly smoky and peaty for such a light-colored Scotch. I like smoke and peat, so that was a pleasant surprise to me. If this were left to mature longer to mellow some of the brighter notes it would be very nice for a cold-weather sipper. Interesting, and far from my least favorite.
Sweet cider nose, but I can mostly just taste smoke.
Starts nice but then the smoke on once it clears the mouth overtakes and ruins it. Not a fan
Smokey nose tastes sweet cinnamon and slight hint of peat nice spicy finish. Water washes it out all sweet nothing else. Interesting and very good for such young scotch
Light smoke with a slight spicy flavor. Not too bad but kind of weak on the finish.
Smooth with a warm finish.
Nice middle of the road
Nice smooth scotch. Not as complex as most, but nice. No peat.
A just-fine scotch. Not overly spiky, but there's a little bit of a cinnamon bite in there. There's a hint of peat, but I don't get the overdose of peat that a lot of Flaviar members seem to be getting. Nice briny notes. It's not bad at all. Not my favorite, but there's nothing wrong with this particular dram. Respectable.
Very peaty... that is all I can taste :-(
I want to not like this scotch and turn my nose up to the fact it’s only 3 years old. But I can’t help but enjoy the simple enjoyability of each sip. Perfectly respectable everyday scotch, just not for the price I found at my local Total Wine store. I guess it would be best to share with buddies who don’t know their scotches but taste and you don’t wanna waste the really old stuff on.
Meh. It was all Smokey Peat to me. Really not much of anything else. Thin and one note.
Definitely not my thing
Wouldn't consider myself a huge scotch fan, but do stock some at home that I do enjoy. This one is is very light in color and smokey on the nose can almost taste the peat before you even drink it. When you do finally try it, the peat flavor is very light but has an odd flavor that I cant quiet put my finger on. Worth a try, but wouldn't buy a bottle for myself.
I really want to be a Scotch fan, but they just taste like turpentine. Sorry.
Simply okay. Flavor was kinda bland
Good by the fire over 1 cube.
It's interesting that this is not a peated whisky--apparently aging in the casks is enough to give a gentle smoky, peaty taste. I like that light, gentle peatiness! My second favorite in the Welcome Box.
Very Smokey up front, has a semi sweet finish, the nose smells like a wine, but doesn’t taste like the nose.
Smooth and clean with a light peat taste
It was smooth but not my thing.
Metallic, not smooth. Weakest part of the welcome box by far. Wouldn’t recommend a full bottle.
Just not my thing
Liked it fine. The peat flavor was not overwhelming. Made one of my best Rob Roys with this Scotch
A perfect Scotch. Slightly peaty, with notes of caramel, honey, and the tiniest hint of chocolate. Nice smooth finish. I wish I had more than the sample so I could savor it some more. Adding to my wish list.
Smooth and clean, very small peat tastes. Very enjoyable.
Good flavor with a touch of a peaty flavor that gives it a nice initial kick that rolls into a smooth finish.
Definitely not my favorite, to much smoke.
To smokey for me. One of the worst scotches I have ever tasted. Some may enjoy this if they like liquid smoke.
This is one of the first scotches in which I have really felt the flavors. Vanilla and a little must through the nose and a hint of chocolate and peat on the palate. Surprisingly good. I gave it an extra star to make up for the idiots who posted one star and gave zero intelligent discussion as to why. I wish Flaviar would police the reviews.
I liked how it was smokey.
I liked it. I thought it was well balanced. The sweetness provided a nice contrast to the peat. And the peat was warm and not overbearing. Overall very nice dram.
Did not like this at all, tasted like rubber!
A little too Smokey for me.
Very smooth in the front. Has great floral aromas. However the finish does end a little heavy for me. Although a good light scotch overall .
This is a fun scotch. The slight Smokey/peat undertones with the bright delicate fruitiness was very enjoyable. This could be a daily sipper for me.
A little harsh, but plenty of peat for a Highland and overall enjoyable.
It was kind of sour at the end , good scotch . Long sipper. Very smoky but enjoyable.
Tasty. I love peaty smoke flavor and this has just a hint of it.
Not bad for Scotch
Nice reminder that there is good scotch out there in addition to good bourbon. Light and crisp.
Too smoky for my taste
To smoky and peaty for my tastes.
I thought it odd that in the welcome tasting box this very Highland distillery's non-Highland "peated" Scotch was included. It is not their main thing and it is quite obvious.
Very sippy scotch. The peat is strong, making this relatively Smokey—not something I’ve been a fan of in the past, but done well here. This would be a great pre-meal sipper, looking forward to trying it on the rocks or a tiny bit of water—curious what will come of the peat.
This one had a weird taste to me... Was it peat? I've only had one other scotch before - glenmorangie - and loved it,but this one was weird to me.
I’m not much of a scotch drinker, but I’m trying to expand my horizons.
I really like this - it’s smokey and isn’t too sweet
Excellent smoky and peaty flavor. It will be a go to scotch once it's back in stock.
There was a familiar after taste when taking it straight from the bottle at room temp, but when cold, the smoky and chocolate really came through
Love this first time getting my first package, smooth and full of flavour.
Very smoky and peaty. Not my favorite as far as flavor profile. Finished a little harsh as well
I would consider this as a scotch to mix with. Tastes slightly richer than J&B so perfectly good for a scotch and ginger ale. Not one that I would enjoy to sip on the rocks.
Tastes like burnt wood. I prefer bourbon thank you.
Good, strong, smokey vanilla taste.
Easy drinking. I prefer Smoky to Sherry when I'm drinking scotch, so this was right up my alley. That being said, this just didn't 'wow' me. It's good, not amazing.
Very peaty and Smokey.
Good solid flavor. The smokey flavor could be a little lighter. Good slow sipper scotch.
Too Smokey for my taste.
Smoky and delicious.
I enjoyed the smokey flavor, but more complex blend is my thing. I would drink this on occasion.
I like a peaty, smoky scotch, but the smokiness really overpowered any other flavors or complexities for me. I never got any fruit or honey.
Good strong flavor
Love it! I especially enjoy the smokey taste and smooth finish.
Not a fan
I’ve never been a fan of the more smoky flavor, although this one is more subtle than some of the others like laphroig. I thought this was drinkable, but wouldn’t buy it for myself
First tasting box. Did scotch first. I liked the nose and could get the hint of Apple Pie. Never was that focused before. A bit of a bit in the beginning but I enjoyed the peaty finish. Good choice.
Unique flavor spiral, the Smokiness at the end is like nothing I have ever had.
Tasted more like corn mash. The taste was spicy and harsh.
Smooth. Can taste the wood without the peaty finish. Did I say smooth.
Smoky. Fairly smooth, but kind of flat. Shows it’s youth
No bueno! Did not like at all!
Not a fan. Too much emphasis on the strong flavors; smoke, peat, spice. Makes it taste "dirty". Didn't satisfy my sweet tooth. Wouldn't order a second round.
A little spice on the beginning and it drops off through the swallow , smooth but not much of a taste . Overall for me it's ok , I would give it another try .
I thought it had a very Smokey flavor. Also very smooth. I liked it.
This is a scotch for people who don’t drink scotch. While I appreciate it being peaty without being offensive, it loses cool points by being underwhelming. It’s too blah. There’s no flavor.
Smoky, malt, peaty. Too much spice on back end
First off I'm new at this. I liked the taste but a little smokey for me. Still learning to pull out the flavors.
Still can’t my finger on the back end of the flavor.
Spicy. Sweet. Smells good and has a good flavor. Not a huge Scotch fan.
Rather smooth and pleasant, with nice smoky notes
Nice, enjoyed the lite smokiness and smooth sweet finish
Way too harsh. Still better than Laphroigh.
I enjoyed the taste. A peaty scotch that is smooth.
Somewhat peaty but as I don’t like scotch or peat, this one wasn’t for me. I could taste heavy smoke and the honey notes, but that’s about it. Not a favorite.
Medium peaty smell, long legs, light charred malt.
Light and clean.
Very nice smoke flavor. Opens up nicely over rocks.
It was very Smokey scotch. I liked it a lot!! It has the distinct scotch flavor though the smoke hits you first. Great with a cigar or while eating a steak dinner. The smokiness adds to the flavor and experience.
Very smooth; great if you like smoky scotch.
Not right for this bourbon drinker
Lots of malt, modest smoke in the nose. Some honey and vanilla. Mildly interesting to an Islay drinker looking to get off the island.
Reminds me of a great smokey tequila. I just don’t like tequila.
Very rich and smoky flavor.
Holy crap, I have only ever found 1 other scotch that I would have a second taste. This stuff was amazing, almost no peat at all, so if you are looking for a gateway scotch this could be it. I am a rye guy since the late 80s have tried a lot of scotch, found one and now I have found a second.
Kind of tasted like vodka that you set on fire for a Smokey flavor
This was just bad. It was really tough to get past the smell, and the taste wasn't great either. To me, it had a harsh, almost chemical, taste and smell to it. Definitely not a fan.
Strong peat but a harsh alcohol finish. Touch of water and with cooled stones brings out calmer notes.
It’s grows on you over time. Smokey but not like a campfire. Smooth and “light”.
For three years old it’s..... acceptable. But for $60 there are better things to spend money on.
Wolf burn taste like wolf piss. Man, it sucks
I joined Flaviar in order to broaden my knowledge of spirits. This was the very first Scotch that I have ever tried. I rated it 5/10 mainly because I have no frame of reference in regards to Scotches. I agree with some of the other reviews, it is smokey. I would be curious to try it again after I have tried a few other scotches.
Very smoky for my taste
I’m newer to the Scotch family but I enjoyed it. Bright and playful with mild smoky earthy undertones. Very drinkable
Ok, but personally thought there were too many conflicting flavors
Not a scotch fan but this isn’t too bad.
Surprisingly pale colour for a Scotch, and rather bland in my opinion. It was a clean, slightly sweet, lightly oaked, and mildly smoky Scotch in comparison to the ones I have had before. Also held a strange green apple tinge upon initial taste, along with a rather strong fusel alcohol after-taste in the back of the throat long after the finishing flavours dissipated. Perhaps a decent, mild introduction into the realm of Scotches...but not necessarily a good example.
Smokiness the main character. Very surprised as to how pale it was compared to its character. Love scotches and this one was very noteworthy.
It is ok. Definitely smokey. I prefer bourbon.
For me it was like biting into a cigar, too smoky but as I’m typically not a fan of scotch it’s no surprise this wasn’t a winner for me.
Not a big fan of scotches with this level of smoke in the profile, but for people that like a very smooth elegant scotch. That has a strong note of smoke with little to no peat it is a wonderful choice.
I expect more out of scotch, especially at this price point. This was average at best. Needed more complexity.
Very smooth scotch, reminds me of a Cherry Garcia ice cream with the sweet, chocolate and fruity notes. Will definitely be grabbing a bottle soon. Pleasant surprise!
Very smooth, floral, and sweet...with a mild heat that lingers.
I was very impressed with the flavor of this scotch. There was the perfect mix of a spicy/smoky flavor and softer honey and sweet flavors. I’d definitely buy a full bottle!