70 cl / 40%
A black whisky, produced to replace the infamous but much loved Loch Dhu and now developing a bit of a following. Cu Dhub means Black Dog in Gaelic.
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“It has a familiar nose I can't spot right now. Not peated, nor smoked ( oh, man! You would have nailed it with a hyper-peated black whisky ). It has a character more similar to rum than to whisky”This dram has a treacle-like color.
Nose (80): average. sweet, cinnamon, citrus, burn sugar, vanilla. It smells like a old cheap rum.
Taste (81): dry, oily. burnt sugar, spices, pepper, citrus. Tastes a bit spicy, almost hot.
Finish (80): average. burnt sugar, spices, citrus.
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