.glencadam - 10yo - revisited

One of Glencadam's core range whiskies is their ten year old. During our visit to the distillery, this automatically was in the tasting at the end of our tour, and, because of responsible driving and stuff, we brought a wee sample to re-review it, today.

46% abv, €35
single malt, non-chill filtered, natural colour

Nose: fresh, sweet, high levels of vanilla, fruity, citrus, sour green apples, Granny Smith's, white grapes, dry white wine, ahint of wine-gums
Palate: sweet, vanilla, fresh, fruity, citrus, green apples, a slight bitter
Finish: medium dry, firm, medium long, sweet, vanilla, liquorice, a marmalade hint
Mark: +++/++ 

Conclusion: Good. A typical whisky-whisky. She will do very nice as an aperitif. Does not excel in any way, but doesn't disappoint either. Likeable, good value for money.

updated from my earlier note made in June 2013

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