Glen Scanlan Blended Scotch Whisky Reserve review

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Glen Scanlan Blended Scotch Whisky Reserve review

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Whisky OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN

Glen Scanlan Blended Scotch Whisky Reserve

There’s not much info about Glen Scanlan. They do have other whiskies than this 3 year old blended one. Distributed by Slaur International from France, that’s about the only info I know about this Scotch whisky.

A blended whisky of malted barley and grain, this is something Of Unknown Origin, even though it isn’t nowhere near a rat infestation, like the story in the movie.

Nose: Delicate floral notes hit first, then some harsh liquor. Develops into light sherry.

Taste: Harsh and oaky. Mix of watery and stingy blended grain with hints of sherry notes.
Finish: Lasting finish but it isn’t very pleasant. Dry and sour. Oak and hints of Froot Loops cereals.
Balance: Overall a decent blended whisky but I’ve had better. Very light in every way, not as stingy as blends tend to be.
Colour: Dark amber
Nose: 16  |  Taste: 15  |  Finish: 15  |  Balance: 15
Overall score: 61

Distillery: No info
Region: No info
Distributor: Slaur International
ABV: 40%
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Johannes Lindblom
Johannes Lindblom
Finnish whisky enthusiast and the author of WhiskyRant! A digital marketing professional by day – a whisky reviewer and informer by night.

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