We tasted Kavalan Sherry Oak Single Malt at Meeting No. 63 on October 26, 2017. We rated it 2.97 out of 5, though we had some disagreement among member ratings. Kavalan Sherry Oak Single Malt ranks 30th overall in Other Whiskey. At a street price of $148, this spirit is expensive given the our rating of it.
Smooth with a hint of burnt chocolate on the back end, crimson and clover.
Thinner than it’s big brother Soloist. Comes out Sweet on the nose, smooth body and delicious!
Holy nose, Batman. Smells a little like burnt hair. Tastes a little sour, with a pine finish. But still drinkable?
Mmmmm. A little smokey and oaky for sure. I like this. Not as thick or as elegant as its big brother but much much easier to drink. Good dried fruit notes. Maybe some fig? Either way. This is a sessionable Kavalan sherry cask.
Home style bread pudding followed by the burnt rubber of a hit and run where nobody got hurt.
Taught. A little off. Too much char, not enough balance. Like a fishery grade paint remover with a glimmer of drinkability.
Heavy charcoal and a hint of burnt rubber and chalk adorn this spirit like a cloak.
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