Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask whisky reviews (11)
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Underripe
Nose: Very light even compared to other light whiskies; you need to search for the aromas. If you do, the first impression is maple and wood. Once this clears (a couple minutes), it is fresh as bleach… read more
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Where the Flavor Isn't
Nose: Grass, sea salt, gypsum. Palette: Pralines, Greek yogurt, carpet glue, hay bales and slight hint of grassfire smoke. The mouthfeel is thin and invasive, gathering unpleasantly around the teeth and… read more
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Wicked, vile stuff
This one was something of an impulse buy, purchased during a whisky shopping spree when I had a few bucks left for one more cheap bottle. In retrospect, I wish I’d spent the same money for some Sheep Dip… read more
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Triple Distilled Nightmare
Well this one was not the disaster that the Select was, however it was not much better. Trying to give this one all benefits I could I still found it lacking.
a nice smooth taste
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Paint Thinner?
Picked up a bottle at a great price and was excited, as I usually focus on Islays, but wanted something lighter. Upon opening the bottle, I got a whiff of what I can only describe as paint thinner. The… read more
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Fruity lightweight
Yes, I confess. I enjoy reading whisky reviews before I open my own bottle. I normally check several sources (internet and my favorite whisky book, Charles Mclean's World Whisky), and then I try to figure… read more
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Great for novices.
This is incredibly easy to drink, but lacking in complexity and interest. The nose has hints of grass and a bit of citrus. Upon first tasting it, I get a strong buttery flavor, almost like buttered … read more
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - Satisfying and Uncomplicated
[Note: These are reposted from my blog (see profile), if anyone has an issue with this, please let me know!] Auchentoshan (a toughie to pronounce: Aw-ken/tosh-an) is one of the few remaining Lowlander… read more
Auchentoshan Classic Bourbon Oak Cask - The Virgin Scotch
This was my first scotch out of the bottle. Despite that, it was a good learning experience. Nose is a little confusing: Vanilla undertones, with the alcohol over powering more of the floral tone. Taste… read more