.uberach - distillerie bertrand - w.l.p. 10th edition 2013

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Franck Debernardi
46,7% abv, €60, single malt, non-chill filtered, natural colour

Nose: co2, fermenting grain, cereal, malted barley, green herbs, sage, grass, pencil with core, sweet, struck matches, sulfer
Palate: sweet, raisins, medium dry, prunes, plums, dried fruits, sherried, raisins, winegums, molasses, sage
Finish: medium dry, raisins, sweet, honey
Mark: +++/++

Conclusion: strange, yet likeable, resembles Bunnahabhain a little, which is a good thing.

More info: Fifth whisky in the #FrenchWhiskyTT French Whisky Twitter Tasting organised by Franck Debernardi.

W.L.P stands for @WhiskyLiveParis. This W.L.P. bottling is the blending of what was left of casks 101, 102, 103 & 104 respectively bottled in 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012. All casks were distilled and filled at the same time. Each one bottled a year after another making them six, seven, eight and nine years of age. This was the 10th edition, 2013, all have matured in ex-Banyuls casks.

Only 146 bottles of 50cl were bottled.

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