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I purchased two of these packs recently as last minute gifts for friends in the US. Both were super excited to receive a unique gift and commented on the attention to detail of the box design and contents. Looking forward to hearing their opinions on the Aussie Whisky selection. Thank you Joel for making an effort to get these to me at short notice. Looking forward to buying more tasting packs as gifts for birthdays and other special occasions. Something different for friends that have it all!
I purchased the Australian Whisky Tasting Pack for my husband who is very familiar with Scottish, Irish and Japanese whiskies. The samples were beautifully packaged in a rigid box with foam insert. While he hasn't yet tasted these samples, he was impressed with the variety and the way it was presented. He was also impressed that I managed to get him booze that was disguised in a nifty and novel way. Whisky Loot's products make for a great introduction to whisky drinking or a treat for connoisseurs. Slainte!
Bought this as a gift for my partner and he loves it. We are heading to Scotland in a few months so this was the perfect birthday gift to start off his whiskey journey. Beautifully packaged and nicely labelled bottles plus fast delivery. Can't comment on the tasting profiles is the whiskey however great selection for this particular tasting box.
The Glenlivet was fantastic and glenfiddich was rich and sweet. However, Royal salute was a little disappointing. Lacking character. Just smooth and nothing really outstanding.
I gave the Scotch a 4 star and the other 2 3.5 stars. I thought the Koval would of been a bit spicier but was nice and got better reviews from family members and for the price would be a good gift. I prefer Scottish whiskys so they will always win out but not a bad pack for the month. Different tastes that made me think of the flavors and how they felt which is always good. Patiently waiting for the next Loot!
I'm not generally a big fan of bourbon cask whiskies. These were relatively good. The bourbon, was surprisingly pleasant. Probably due to the high millet content. Shelter point wasn't too bad, but wasn't as good as the hype around the distillery.
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Back to Scotland 🏴 for this conclusion to #MiniatureMonday. Wolfburn is one of those iconic whisky names - based in Thurso they are again the mainland's northernmost distillery. The NAS Wolfburn Langskip, is a purportedly 6yo expression - which would make it the oldest of their bottlings if true;
AGE - ❌ technically a NAS
ABV - 📍 58%
NCF - 📍 accepted at that ABV
NAC - 📍 straw coloured
V4M - 📍 in the $120AUD range;
I have a #no270 - which I love. But lets be clear - this is far superior. That near cask strength ABV is a kicker. So Highland, so honey'd so layered and packed full of obvious potential. Is it young and a little unbridled? Yes - of course. Will it or something like it one day come of age and rock our world? Absolutely. This is matured in first fill bourbon ... which is immediately obvious.
Nose: flamed sugar and vanilla notes. Heather. Honey. Biscuity malt.
Palate: thick. Creamy. Oily with spicy dried fruit and stone fruits like nectarines and peach. Some clove heat under spivy notes of nutmeg and cinnamon.
Finish: long. Warming. Caramel and fruit notes.
A really enjoyable sample from the folk at whiskyloot and an inviting bottle to track down.