Glenrothes / Wemyss Malts

Wemyss Malts Buttered Tealoaf Review

Wemyss Malts Buttered Tealoaf Glenrothes is one of those distilleries where I generally prefer ex bourbon or American oak matured so I'm really keen to be trying this 1997-2014 dram matured in a hogshead.

This works for me, the buttery creamy vanilla notes mix with fruits and sweetness and hints of cask char (almost burnt toast) it's really well balanced and full of all the ex American oak notes I love.

A top dram that works for me, really well.

Still available to purchase from specialists such as Master of Malt

Thanks to Wemyss Malts for the official samples.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

The name immediately makes you think buttery creamy notes which do come through really thick, then for me it's fresh fruits and vanilla sauce like those canned fruit salads with vanilla cream sauce before a slightly toasted bread note or maybe cask char comes through.

Palate

Sweet vanilla cream with cask char and spices that I didn't expect, sweet tinned fruit in light syrup, it's butter coming through too really quite tasty and fruity as you sip it more.

Finish

Fruity, tasty, buttery, biscuity

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Wemyss Malts Buttered Tealoaf
Age: 1997 Vintage
ABV: 46.00
Distiller: Glenrothes
Bottler: Wemyss Malts
Type: Single Cask Single Malt
From: Scotland, Speyside
Posted: 24/02/2016 by Tom



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