Speyside 12 impressions


I bought a bottle of Speyside 12 year old single malt Scotch a few weeks ago. It has an odd flavor, almost like wet cardboard or something. Did I just get an off bottle, or is there some subtle character thing about it that I just don't understand?
Reply to
Dave Hinz

I had the exact same impression - wet cardboard. Maybe it's the house style. Mine got better after it was open for a bit.
Reply to
SleepyWeevil

If that's the house style, I'll be drinking from someone else's house. Thanks for the confirmation that I'm not insane.
Wait, actually this doesn't address that issue at all. But thanks for the flavor check.
Reply to
Dave Hinz

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