A bit of a strange beast this spirit is. In neat state, I felt reminded of the famous pears with gorgonzola dish, served with white bread. The overall alcohol bite is rather strong, even with water. – Rating: 62/100
When I did my big whisky glassware comparison in June, I had the idea for this poll. It should be interesting to see how the preferences of whisky drinkers relate to my impressions.
This is an excellent new spirit, very strongly flavoured but astonishingly smooth to drink even undiluted. It can take a lot of water, though. – Rating: 84/100
This is a rare specimen of a sherried single grain whisky. Unfortunately it has been matured a few years too long, otherwhise it could have been a real cracker. – Rating: 80/100
It is hard to make out specific flavours in this whisky, but the sherry influence is noticeable. Not altogether unpleasant, but very indifferent indeed. – Rating: 67/100
The sherry cask adds a slight fruitiness to this Laphroaig that is in perfect balance with the trademark medicinal peat. Very delicious! – Rating: 91/100
I have yet to give you the results of the latest poll on dramming.com. This time the topic was the ever so controversial presence of sulphur in whisky.
A mild and obviously rather young bourbon. Driness and color hint on lightly charred barrrels. It is not very complex but nicely sippable. – Rating: 78/100
Well, it’s certainly an interesting whisky, but this combination of flavours does not really convince me. – Rating: 74/100
After five months of bottle maturation with the aid of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey cask wood chips, the Vodsky Experiment has finally come to an end.
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