Review: Glen Deveron 10

Glen Deveron 10
Speyside, 40%

Nose: Very dominant malt. Strong toffee. Some citrus. A bit of sweetness yet kind of alcoholic.

Colour: Darker amber.

Taste: Oily body. Very malty. Lots of toffee. Some dark fruits. A distinct touch of oak. Hints of lemons.

Finish: Very short. Dangerously quaffable. A bit woody. Surprisingly bitter. Leaves a bitter taste of tobacco after a few minutes.

Summary: An average dram. By no means bad but certainly not exceptional either. A good deal for the very low price.

Score: 73/100.


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Dortmund, Germany

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