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Kininvie 23 Years Old Single Malt Whisky 750ml Bottle

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23 Years Old Single Malt Whisky
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23 Years Old Single Malt Whisky 750ml
Kininvie 23 Years Old Single Malt Whisky is a Single Malt Scotch Whisky from Scotland. It is packaged in a 750ml bottle. Another fine Single Malt Scotch Whisky from Kininvie.
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Ratings & Reviews (5)
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Amando Flynn
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This is a survey for the multi year old 1991 Clump 3 variant. I'm accepting that it's equivalent to the age and abv coordinate. In any case to the whisky. I got it as I'm set for attempt all Scotland's best industrially accessible refineries. I never knew about this one until I looked at all the refineries there. Evidently I'm by all account not the only one as surveys online beginning off...'The generally secret distillery...'. Established by William Award and Children in 1990 it was worked to take a portion of the creation strain off its sister refineries of Balvenie and Glenfiddich. Most of the whisky delivered there is utilized in Award's mixed range and Monkey Shoulder. Kininvie is situated on a similar site as its sister refineries and offers parts of their creation. At any rate the whisky. It's a decent drop until I investigated I thought it was a grain whisky by the taste. Exceptionally light flavor profile yet pleasantly adjusted. I had this after a measure of Macallan Uncommon Dark and it held up well. Another survey summarized it as vanilla lemon grass and icing sugar which typifies it well. ~$140 USD and a 4.25 for me. One of those measures I don't typically like as its somewhat ethereal however it pulls it off pleasantly due to the multi faceted even flavor profile.
Posted on Jul 14th, 2020
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Lindsay Yao
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Ok Balven...I mean Kininvie. You got me. You got me great. In our journey to attempt juice from each dynamic refinery in Scotland I ran over Kininvie here. This refinery was established in 1990 on the grounds of The Balvenie refinery by William Award and Children. This single malt is principally utilized in Monkey Shoulder and Group Macgregor mixes. The kicker is that Kininvie doesnt have their own Crush house-all their Squash is channeled over from The Balvenie. Kininvie just uses their own pound plans. Along these lines as a result The Balvenie is an agreement distiller for them. That clarifies a ton... This is a multi year old malt refined route in 1990 when the spot initially started tasks. Kininvie additionally discharges a multi year old however everything else goes towards mix. This is Group 3 and was packaged at 42.6%. Its pale gold in the tester sleek with huge amounts of vague legs running down the glass. The nose is generally ex-whiskey wood. Theres light plantation organic products like apples and pears and a smidgen of vanilla. It smells like a light American bourbon. The sense of taste is comparative on the flavor side yet its very smooth somewhat thick and sweet with a slick mouthfeel. The completion is medium length fragile and woody. Its smooth from beginning to end yet extraordinarily exhausting. In the wake of attempting an ounce perfect I accomplished something I never do-I included water. At 23 years of age theres got the opportunity to be concealed multifaceted nature or added profundity of flavor to be uncovered. Not so much. The nose presented some fragrance noticed that werent there at first however there was no improvement to the sense of taste. Bummer. In this way what we have here is a contracted Balvenie-with a value point to coordinate. I paid $145 for this 375ml jug. What a sham! This measure is exhausting as damnation and incredibly overrated. I spared this one for the finish of our visit figuring it would convey the merchandise wrong. I got burglarized. 2.5-2.75 stars TOPS. I need to deduct stars at the cost yet it is unimaginably smooth whisky. Abstain from purchasing this and bum a taste off of a numb-skull sufficiently idiotic to purchase a container. Good wishes.
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2020
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eeJeeCaa
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Stop number 104 on the SDT is Kininvie. I dont think a lot about this Speyside refinery other than its lone discharges are a multi year old and this multi year old that my companion @LeeEvolved bought for this last round of our Scottish Refinery Visit. Packaged at 42.6% ABV in all probability common shade of pale gold and given the lower ABV I would speculate that it is chill sifted. This example is from Cluster 3. Mellow tropical organic products on the button. Kiwi papaya energy organic product. Plantation organic products also pears apples tangerines and apricots. Smelly oak vanilla and coconut with a trace of ginger. This is developed in both ex whiskey and ex sherry containers yet the whiskey barrels truly appear through the most. The sense of taste well...it doesnt have a lot of flavor by any means. The equivalent tropical natural products from the nose are there papaya and kiwi however so delicate and mellow that its difficult to tell whats truly there. Some oak and vanilla with a little coconut. To some degree a grain liquor closeness. A medium light bodied mouthfeel slick however in any case slender. The completion is short to nonexistent on occasion. Its there then its gone leaving only a slick buildup of vanilla and oak. Given the age and the over the top cost of $145 for a simple 375mL container this is actually a failure. The nose indicated guarantee yet the sense of taste and finish did not have any genuine substance. I was seeking after a lot more yet this one just couldnt convey. I feel awful just giving this one 3 stars on the grounds that on a superficial level it appears as though it would gather at any rate a 4. Yet I surmise thats this one is surface. Good health
Posted on Apr 20th, 2020
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Ronald Wells
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Truly? This is 23 yr old? Its like a child you simply put through 4 years of school at that point 2 years of advanced education just to discover him lounging around the entire day on your couch eating chips and viewing Oprah. Such a mistake for his age. Until @LeeEvolved gave a pour of this to our last SDT round Id not knew about this refinery. Obviously its only a front for Balvenie to send below average stuff over into mixes. I had this with around 1/2 teaspoon of water. I got a pleasant botanical nose as Balvenie. Be that as it may for me everything self-destructed in the palette. Feeble green apples and some nectar. I dont know...seriously for 23 yr old Speysider Id anticipate significantly more. Much obliged Leeâ€- great to know and experience."
Posted on Apr 13th, 2020
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Mike Gaudreault
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Sharp pricy long lingering flavor
Posted on Apr 13th, 2020
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