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Auchentoshan - Three Wood

4.8

700 ml
  • Sweet and Lowdown

    Antique records from the year 1800 mention an (illegal) Duntocher distillery, which may have been a predecessor to the legal Auchentoshan distillery. A license for distillation was obtained in 1823. Auchentoshan distillery is one of only 3 remaining Lowlands distilleries after the whisky market crash that caused a rash of distillery closures in 1983. It is also known as “Glasgow’s Malt Whisky” because it’s located near Glasgow. Also known as “the breakfast whisky” because of its sweet and delicate nature. Auchentoshan means 'Corner of the Field' in Gaelic.


    Auchentoshan practices a triple distillation which is a fairly common practice in Ireland, but much less so in Scotland where the majority of distilleries practice a 2x distillation. This makes its whiskies sweet and more delicate, which is unique. The triple distillation method lead Auchentoshan to be a favored whisky among blenders because of its light blendable quality.


    Auchentoshan Three Wood is a no-age statement Scotch, which is aged in three different cask types. First in Bourbon barrels, next in Spanish Oloroso Sherry and finally it's moved to Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks. The final maturation gives it extra nuances and a layer of very intriguing flavors, resulting in a dangerously drinkable dram. Suitable as a fantastic surprise at dinner parties? Yes. Suitable as an evening


    Awards


    Silver medal in 2018 at the International Spirits Challenge

    Double gold in 2012 at the San Francisco World Spirits Awards

    94 Points/Excellent-Highly Recommended in 2012 in the Ultimate Spirits Challenge

    Chairman's Trophy in 2012 - best Scotch Whisky in a classic Rusty Nail Cocktail at Ultimate Cocktail Challenge

  • Producer

    Auchentoshan

  • Region

    Lowland

  • Reviews

    4.8

    Pauline Lang

    This is a delicious pleasure of savoring a decadent dessert with cooked fruit, sherry, toffee, and a rum-like flavor, taking you back to a time of indulgence. It pairs perfectly with chocolate-covered liqueur cherries and a mix of ripe dark forest fruits, like a fancy cake.

    Lewis Bright

    A grateful sensation beyond ordinary experience. Cooked fruit, sherry, toffee, and dark chocolate.

210.00 AED

Auchentoshan - Three Wood
Auchentoshan - Three Wood
Auchentoshan - Three Wood

Auchentoshan - Three Wood

4.8
700 ml

210.00 AED

Sweet and Lowdown

Antique records from the year 1800 mention an (illegal) Duntocher distillery, which may have been a predecessor to the legal Auchentoshan distillery. A license for distillation was obtained in 1823. Auchentoshan distillery is one of only 3 remaining Lowlands distilleries after the whisky market crash that caused a rash of distillery closures in 1983. It is also known as “Glasgow’s Malt Whisky” because it’s located near Glasgow. Also known as “the breakfast whisky” because of its sweet and delicate nature. Auchentoshan means 'Corner of the Field' in Gaelic.


Auchentoshan practices a triple distillation which is a fairly common practice in Ireland, but much less so in Scotland where the majority of distilleries practice a 2x distillation. This makes its whiskies sweet and more delicate, which is unique. The triple distillation method lead Auchentoshan to be a favored whisky among blenders because of its light blendable quality.


Auchentoshan Three Wood is a no-age statement Scotch, which is aged in three different cask types. First in Bourbon barrels, next in Spanish Oloroso Sherry and finally it's moved to Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks. The final maturation gives it extra nuances and a layer of very intriguing flavors, resulting in a dangerously drinkable dram. Suitable as a fantastic surprise at dinner parties? Yes. Suitable as an evening


Awards


Silver medal in 2018 at the International Spirits Challenge

Double gold in 2012 at the San Francisco World Spirits Awards

94 Points/Excellent-Highly Recommended in 2012 in the Ultimate Spirits Challenge

Chairman's Trophy in 2012 - best Scotch Whisky in a classic Rusty Nail Cocktail at Ultimate Cocktail Challenge

  • Style

    Single Malt

  • Producer

    Auchentoshan

  • Country

    Scotland

  • Region

    Lowland

  • Age

    No Age Statement

  • Whizzky Rating

    3.8

  • ABV

    43%

  • Nose

    Cooked fruit, sherry, toffee, a rum-like quality and notes of Bas Armagnac.

  • Palate

    Rich. Liqueur cherries in dark chocolate, more sherried fruit, ripe dark forest fruits, like a Black Forest Gateaux.

  • Finish

    Superb, led by thick dark treacle and toffee notes and chewy wooded notes, balanced with a green fruit edge.

  • Packaging

    Gift box

  • Color

    Dark Amber

Reviews

4.8

Pauline Lang

This is a delicious pleasure of savoring a decadent dessert with cooked fruit, sherry, toffee, and a rum-like flavor, taking you back to a time of indulgence. It pairs perfectly with chocolate-covered liqueur cherries and a mix of ripe dark forest fruits, like a fancy cake.

Lewis Bright

A grateful sensation beyond ordinary experience. Cooked fruit, sherry, toffee, and dark chocolate.

Shaun Paul

You are going to become enthralled by the vibrant scent of cooked fruit and rich sherry that waft from the glass. The palate is an incredibly indulgent treat, with liqueur cherries nestled in dark chocolate and a delightful medley of ripe dark forest fruits. Each sip is a journey of flavors, as if one is savoring a decadent Black Forest Gateaux.

Eliana Stark

The smells are charming, cooked fruit and rich chocolate make this whisky unique and worth drinking! 😍

Neo Burns

Holy moly, I felt like walking in chocolate-covered forest 🍫🌳