MyBar South German Malt Whisky Tawny Port Finish

Rich, Dried Fruits
Malts from three German distilleries (Swabian Alp, Black Forest, Lake Constance) were married together. Some of these were previously matured in former Islay casks and the oldest of the three components was allowed to mature for over 12 years in bourbon casks. The malt was then finished in ex-Tawny port casks.
MyBar South German Malt Whisky Tawny Port Finish
MyBar South German Malt Whisky Tawny Port Finish (Preview Image Source: MyBar by David Gran)
Blended Malt Whisky | No Age Statement | 51,00 % ABV. | 79,80 €/l | Distillery Unknown | bottled by MyBar by David Gran | produced in Germany


The first impression on the nose is mild and fruity, dominated by juicy cherries and an abundance of red fruit. A sweetish note resonates, which is perfectly balanced by a subtle spiciness. The aroma promises a multi-layered flavour experience and immediately arouses curiosity for the first sip.


A surprising versatility unfolds in the mouth. The texture is oily and pleasantly full-bodied. Right at the start, an unexpected smokiness surprises, which blends harmoniously with the lingering cherry sweetness. This combination makes for an extremely clean and clearly structured flavour experience that impresses with its depth and complexity.


The finish is long-lasting and beautifully spicy. Notes of roasted coffee emerge discreetly, accompanied by a fine sweetness that gently caresses the palate. The spicy finish remains pleasantly present and rounds off the South German Malt Whisky.


The MyBar South German Malt Whisky Tawny Port Finish is a remarkably well-rounded whisky. The smoky notes literally explode and lift the fruity flavours to a new level. In terms of price, this whisky is a real insider tip and testifies to the high quality of the craftsmanship.

Rating: 82/100 - Excellent (Marcel: 82 | Sascha: 82)

Value for Money: 5/5 - Very Good

Product for review provided free of charge by MyBar by David Gran
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