Food & Drink

Review: Dogfish Head Let’s Get Lost Single Malt

Products You May Like

The beer maestros at Dogfish Head continues to increase their distilling operations, their newest innovation being this new single malt, referred to as Let’s Obtained Misplaced, which is “distilled from a customized mix of malted barley (Pale Malt, Crystal Malt, Espresso Kiln Malt, and a excessive ratio of Applewood Smoked Malt) and aged onsite for greater than three years in charred oak barrels.”

Availability is basically restricted to Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and Washington.

The whiskey is, nicely, unusual. The nostril is straight away heavy with each wooden and smoke, smoldering granary notes lingering beneath. Plenty of charcoal and black pepper, with hints of jasmine. The palate doesn’t waver considerably, providing a distinctly savory and smoky character that feels just a little half-baked. A pinch of brown sugar shortly dissolves as a physique crammed with mesquite, extra dusky charcoal, and creosote shortly take over. Give it time and notes of darkish chocolate and occasional bean emerge on the end, evoking a wealthy glass of stout, however that is overwhelmed once more by smoke and barrel char notes. A hoary conclusion of roasted meat, graphite, and notes of dried grasses lingers — not in an overwhelmingly satisfying means.

102 proof.

B- / $66 / dogfish.com

Dogfish Head Let’s Get Misplaced Single Malt

$66

Score


7.0/10

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Review: Robert Mondavi 2019 Sauvignon Blanc and 2018 The Estates Cabernet Sauvignon
‘Friday Night Lights’ & More Shows & Movies You Won’t Be Able To Watch On Netflix In 2023: Full List
Review: Wines of Cloudy Bay, 2022 Releases
Alicia Silverstone, 46, Strips Naked In New PETA Campaign: ‘That’s How Much It Matters To Me’
Cardi B Wears Jamaica-Inspired Bikini While On Vacation For Holidays: Video