43% ABV
not cask strength
2.4
Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold is only distilled from spirit made between October and March, our Scottish winter. As the snow falls and the air is sharp with frost, the cold copper intensifies our liquid and its rich deep character unfolds. When the winter grows colder, our liquid becomes gentler and warmer.

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2.5
Chilled - it definitely tasted better at room temperature
I agree! I've tried freezing it too but it just loses all flavour. Don't buy into the marketing spiel! :-)
Derick Rethans
Dec 20th, 2016 @ 23:09
Derick Rethans
2.5
At room temperature again. It's probably the best way to enjoy it. Woody, and hints of vanilla. #empty
Derick Rethans
2.5
I think room temperature is still the best. It's not particularly interesting. Vanilla and a woody finish.
Derick Rethans
2.5
In room temperature it's creamy but there is a slightly stronger alcohol undertone. Hints of vanilla and at the end of the finish it's quite woody.
Derick Rethans
2.0
So after having it in the freezer. It's smoother and a lot more honey up front. But it loses any sort of complexity. Instead of the freezer, perhaps we should try the fridge.
Morag Rethans
2.5
So, I've had this at room temperature and frozen - freezing makes this whisky a little smoother, perhaps sweeter - but it's as good at room temperature... so save the freezer space for gin and vodka!
Derick Rethans
2.5
Sweet, and smooth. The palate is a bit watery. Honey and a few spices. The finish is weak, with hints of wood.
Apparently, they recommend putting the bottle in the freezer! The chaps at Master of Malt seem to agree? Worth trying I supposed!
Derick Rethans
Apr 20th, 2016 @ 23:17

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