SMWS 9.74: Thai Noodle Stir-Fry was tasted at Meeting No. 25 on June 25, 2014. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.45. SMWS 9.74: Thai Noodle Stir-Fry ranks 20th overall in Scotch. Costing $100, this spirit is on the pricier side given the our rating of it.
Cy • 6/25/2014 • 4.0
Lot's of banana coming through on the nose followed by a serious solvent smell on the deep inhale. Little bit of toasted marshmallow. Very drinkable with water. Coming back after trying the other selection - this spirit smells like potpourri.
Matt G. • 6/25/2014 • 4.0
It smells great, like I'm putting my nose into a bag of banana chips! The first sip is hard on the mouth because of its high proof. I can't get much of a taste. Five drops of water open it up and tone down the strength.
Kevin • 6/25/2014 • 3.5
Sweet and sour up-front. Funky old wood on the back. That sweet and sour combo - like rice wine vinegar and duck sauce fighting back and forth - hangs on throughout the taste. With five drops of water, the rice wine element goes away - old funky wood flavor remains - this element reminds me of Japanese whiskey.
Elliott • 6/25/2014 • 3.5
I get the banana, but there's also the vanilla on the nose, followed by pure nose-singing alcohol. Spicy, aggressive, oily and fierce. Something off with this. With two drops of water, it has an added minty essence.
Steven • 6/25/2014 • 3.0
Tobacco and apple, as from pipe smoke, the sweetness from the malt if prominent, fantastic flavor for a ten-year scotch.
Gavin • 6/25/2014 • 3.0
Nose: the deeper you breathe, the hotter the burn. Floral perfume. Taste: sour apple, peppery burn. Lift your tongue and let it lie underneath, if you dare.
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