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Posted 16 May 2023

Deanston Kentucky Cask Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl £19.59 @ Amazon

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Deanston Kentucky Cask Single Malt Whisky is matured in 1st and 2nd fill ex bourbon whisky casks creating this versatile Highland single malt.
We use a soft-filtration process for this expression.
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  1. fat.tony's avatar
    Good price, whisky any good?
    I like the 12 year old.
    Jiffy's avatar
    it is nothing like the 12 year old. It's cheap, young, hot spirit in my opinion. I'd take a bottle of blended Whyte & Mackay over this.
  2. Dadbid's avatar
    By all accounts this is the only bad Deanston
  3. niggle_dawson's avatar
    It isn’t a patch on the 12 year old, which is a personal favourite, but is still excellent value under £13. Not as smooth, complex or as developed but worth trying once at least.
    JubilantPigeon's avatar
    So it's bad value at £19.59?
  4. corred1964's avatar
    I have had a lot of much better malts at around it's target £30 a bottle, but I've not had many better single malts at this nearer £20 a bottle.

    Yes it is young but not chill filtered, they have used a softer filtration which means not all the flavour has been removed.

    No it is not complex, would it make a good mixer ? Yes, can you drink it on it's own, also yes, the fact it is not very filtered means that adding ice does make it go a little cloudy.

    Nothing like as smooth as the 12 year old, it does have a strong spirit aroma on the nose when poured but this soon reduces, and you can smell barley, malt, toffee & slightly charred wood & spice.

    The palate is like a sweet malty biscuit with hints of honey, but still a bit of a spirit burn on the back of the mouth.

    Not the longest finish but actually longer than I expected for such a young & uncomplicated malt, personally at under £20 I think it is a bargain. (edited)
    Dadbid's avatar
    How does this compare to the Bunnahabhain Stiuireadair?
  5. Rammiefied's avatar
    Awful whisky, not worth it even for £19. As others have said, I got for £13 a while back and thought that was about right, only suitable for mixing imo
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