Oloroso ("scented" in Spanish) is a variety of fortified wine (sherry) made in Jerez and Montilla-Moriles and produced by oxidative aging. It is normally darker than Amontillado. Oloroso is usually dark and nutty.
New bottle crack and this @SMWSUK dailuaine. 12 years in an oloroso cask then finished in a heavily charred new oak puncheon. Bags of ginger, burnt sugar, and dried fruits in this, with a finish that goes on and on. This is bloody lovely ???????? pic.twitter.com/MFTxX6tTEN
Sweden and Japan meet in @MackmyraUK Grönt Te, a Swedish single malt finished in a cask which previously held Oloroso and Japanese green tea leaves! #Whisky masterofmalt.com/whiskies/mackm… pic.twitter.com/wCbMcLGA4b Master of Malt
I wish all my followers a happy and restful #Easter at this difficult time. Stay home and stay safe. #glendronach 1992 for #Denmark aged 25 years in Oloroso. One of, if not my favourite release from @rbwhiskymaker so far. Think I’ll need a third bottle … instagr.am/p/B-2IrP6H9Ns/ pic.twitter.com/uX8I2yR4rp