Dram Review: The Odd Whisky Coy Southern Coast Cask 43

[65.9%・4 Years Old・Distilled in 2011・Bottled in 2015・The Odd Whisky Coy Bottling・Cask No. 43・Single Cask Release]


Muscovado sugar & dark chocolate, it’s sticky with plenty of Christmas spices to go with charred orange peels.  Heavily oaked with a faint whiff of dark soy sauce.

Palate & Finish:

Loud and spicy on the palate, a full chunk of woody note seasoned with balsamic vinegar.  Pitted cherries  with dark chocolate and peanut butter malted milk shake as over-powering spices explode all over the place.

The finish is much more palatable, with some dark chocolate, toffee and sweet raisins playing out the tail..


An independently bottled single cask from a boutique Australian distillery before it got fashionable.  This youthful malt from the now defunct joint is exhibiting a lot of traits commonly found in young heavily cask aged Australian whiskies.. a respectable finish though..