Review: The Gauldrons

The GauldronsThe Gauldrons – 46.2% abv

Info: The latest edition to join the Remarkable Regional Malts family, The Gauldrons is a “vatted” Malt exclusively from Cambeltown produced in very small batches and bottled without colouring or chill filtration.
Colour: Gentle golden straw.
Nose: Fairly strong and full, quite salty with hints of peat and green berry fruits.
Palate: Quite sweet with nice full oils on your tongue, followed by an interplay of salt, and then back to sweet notes, with some toffee creaminess and gentle fruits.
Finish: The finish is probably the most flavoursome part, and it lasts for a nice long time. The hints of peat means it’s good and warming. It’s slightly spiced, fairly sweet, and has a touch of oak tannins.
Thoughts: You have to assume that this is a mix of Springbank, possibly Kilkerran and probably Glen Scotia. Either way, whatever is in it, Douglas Laing have done a good job of marrying it all to make a tasty and very drinkable dram!
Available: The Green Welly Stop – £49

Thanks to Douglas Laing for the sample.

The Gauldrons Sample

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