Character: The pure and natural one
Colour: Pale gold with lemony shades
Nose: Fresh, intense and fragrant
Palate: Crisp, with hints of peaches and vanilla
Finish: Long and dry with a liquorice tang
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 94 points - Delicate fruit aromas of yellow plums and lemons mixed with lady finger cookies. Very spicy and rustic flavor profile with wood smoke and toffee flavors, slightly sweet on the finish. Leathery and rugged in texture. (Mar 2013)
Wine Enthusiast 92 points - Deep, rich scents of butterscotch, toffee, and vanilla bean rise from the glass. The palate is rich and massive with a lush core of sweet malt supported by baked apple, brown baking spices, and caramel. A big and assertive malt perfectly proportioned for
Light and versatile, although at over 100 proof "natural cask strength,” this golden spirit could stand some dilution, whether via a dose of ice water or mixing into a cocktail. Perfumy floral-honey nose, with flavors of vanilla lemon, oak, and a hint of smoke on the finish.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge (Dec 2011)
Nadurra is the Gaelic word for natural. Revisiting 19th century practices, and unlike most modern whiskies, this single malt is not chill filtered, giving the mouth feel more body and a richer texture. A bold innovation in single malt.
Crisp and fresh, fruity and herbal. Superbly balanced.
After 16 years in first-fill American Oak casks, Nadurra is bottled at natural cask strength to deliver a rich and rewarding taste.
Nadurra 16 is bottled in batches to accommodate natural strength variances.
Color: Pale gold, with bright lemony shades.
Nose: Intense, tickling. Fresh and clean. Resolutely fruity. Lemon pulp. Green apple. Freshness enhanced by an aniseed fringe. Creamy notes of praline. In the back, herbal and spicy notes.
Palate: Crisp, appetizing. Mouth-coating, with an oily feel followed by a fizzy sensation. Challenging for the taste-buds but never burning. Poached peaches in a vanilla syrup. White chocolate. Aniseed lollipop. Candied ginger.
Finish: Dry, clean, crisp. Very long. Aniseed. Refreshing. Bitter oranges. Gingery.