Best Whiskey Reviews of March 2023

Each month, the team at Abov looks to highlight the best whiskey reviews shared by the community. Best can be subjective, but these are some of the most entertaining, informative, unique, or spot-on whiskey reviews we could find. If you would like to be featured, be sure to keep writing those reviews in the Abov App! Here are the best whiskey reviews of March 2023.

Bardstown Collaborative Series West Virginia Great Barrel Company

  • Category: Rye
  • Origin: United States
  • Author: @VWTDI02
  • Rating: 91/100
  • Review: “Nose: Herbal, cinnamon, clove, subtle cherry, and candy orange. Palate: cherry, orange, candy, herbal, honey. Finish: Honey, cinnamon spice, long finish, and hint of licorice. Overall: Bit pricey but very tasty”

Ben Bracken 30 Year Old

  • Category: Single Malt
  • Origin: Scotland
  • Author: @Cosmo
  • Rating: 70/100
  • Review: “Nice and medium-sweet whisky, a bit light and not much of a body for a 30-years old whisky, but it doesn’t matter because it is still great value for the money (80€)”

Hidden Still David E. Double Oaked Bourbon

  • Category: Bourbon
  • Origin: United States
  • Author: @Grumpyscotch
  • Rating: 77/100
  • Review: “Very similar in price and flavor profile to Woodford Double Oaked. “

Isle of Jura The Road

  • Category: Single Malt
  • Origin: Scotland
  • Author: @blazulaga
  • Rating: 76/100
  • Review: “Pleasant on the nose 👍, very easy-sipping and just enough harsh body with medium finish ☝️ Maybe just a hints too spicy for my taste 🤷‍♂️”

Jameson Orange

  • Category: Flavored
  • Origin: Ireland
  • Author: @MoneyMatters1994
  • Rating: 22/100
  • Review: “Tastes like paint remover smells mixed with orange bitters. Won’t even add it too my collection and I have a few bottom shelf bottles.”

Lagavulin 11 Year Old Offerman Edition

  • Category: Single Malt
  • Origin: Scotland
  • Author: @frank
  • Rating: 85/100
  • Review: “Sweetness and ash on the nose. The palate: vanilla, peatsmoke, ash, aok, caramel. Oily texture. Finish: medium long. Smoke, oak and caramel. I had the 8,10 and 16 before. I think i like this one the most. Just as rich as the 16 but without the rough edges.”

Laphroaig Triple Wood

  • Category: Single Malt
  • Origin: Scotland
  • Author: @shaundippy
  • Rating: 91/100
  • Review: “Absolutely fantastic. An instant favourite. A gorgeous marriage of sweet and smoke, I love it from nose to finish. My only criticism is a very slightly harsh finish “

Lock, Stock & Barrel 21 Year Old

  • Category: Rye
  • Origin: United States
  • Author: @DrunkinOBX
  • Rating: 71/100
  • Review: “A local government employee conned my friend into this purchase… like all things recommended by the government  this took too long and cost too much… some may enjoy it’s tremendous complexities and varied flavors (each sip a bit different than the last)… I however value predictable flavor profiles like that of Pepsi-Cola which I was surprised to find didn’t pair well and was overpowered by this rye… I would recommend something lighter maybe Sierra Mist would take the edge off…”

Puni Sole

  • Category: Single Malt
  • Origin: Italy
  • Author: @hafssol
  • Rating: 74/100
  • Review: “A young malt, with prevalent fresh, yellow fruit notes and a touch of vanilla. Much likely it will grow in richness and depth after a few more years in the casks, anyway it’s quite pleasant and easy to drink, though lacking a distinctive profile.”

Suntory Toki

  • Category: Blend
  • Origin: Japan
  • Author: @OldestCrow
  • Rating: 69/100
  • Review: “Light bodied and clean flavors. Like a bonsai tree, this whisky could only be created through careful cultivation. Subtle sweet and spice notes play on the palate. “

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