You have no items in your shopping cart
0.70 ltr. 50%
The texture is extraordinarily rich with a huge depth of character. The smoldering heat of peat fires pulls you into a whirlpool of Islay flavors and aromas but with ï ¿¼ ï ¿¼ ï ¿¼ ï ¿¼ Such finesse That You welcome the storm.
Opening with assertive waves of peat smoke and Atlantic squall, the olfactory system is on high alert in anticipation of some major sensory excitement. A swell of aromatics flood the senses with notes of iodine, salty canvas, crushed sea shells, charred oak staves, black pepper, paprika and leather tobacco pouches. The second wave brings vanilla, soft plump figs and dates, marinated pear, freshly milled malt, dark sweet toffee and cracked walnuts. Itâ € ™ s smoky. Itâ € ™ s smoldering. Itâ € ™ s sensuous. Just close your eyes and inhale long and deep. This is aromatic awesomeness.
Wow! Waves of the sweetest, smoothest, warmest smokiest Spirit That you have ever experienced flood onto the palate like the atlantic surf on Saligo Bay. It is potent, focused and the flavors explode brilliantly onto the palate. Full of depth and complexity, the smoky sweetness of the barley contrasts beautifully with the marine freshness of the spirit and the richness of toffee and vanilla. The complexity is enhanced further Top with a lemon twist and then mellow oak tempers the fire. Once the taste buds adjust to what is happening, they rejoice in the company and pleasure of this young Celt.
Itâ € ™ s lung and heart-warming, arousing feelings of pride and passion. It brings courage and strength, honesty and faith to your very soul.
It cries â € œfreedomâ €. You are in a good place and you envy no man. You feel alive and ready for whatever lies ahead, knowing That the true spirit of Islay is with you.
Peat, caramel, sea salt, citrus, horse stable, wet leaves, honey, vanilla, almond a little strawberry.
Peat, citrus, caramel, ash, white pepper, dark chocolate, raspberry, vanilla and a slight dustiness.
Earthy peat, caramel, pepper and cigar smoke.
Clearly younger whisky than the 10 YO.
Don't add water, that kills the nose.
4 stars based on 1 reviewsAdd your review