Nose – Broad and medium-weight with citrus peels, ginger snap biscuits. Sweet and with great depth.
Palate – A complicated palate where the initial nose would lead you to expect plump fruits. The palate fleshes out as the first impact of the nose fades.
Finish – Firm and slightly dry finish.
Finlaggan Islay Malt
A Peaty Distillation From One Of Islay’s Finest Distilleries. Rich In The Aromas Of The Peat Smoke Which Dried The Barley And Of The Scottish Sea Shore Where It Matured.
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Nose – Earthy Smoky Peat And Salty Ocean Breeze.
Palate – Pungent Peat Smoke, Chewy Sweet Malt, Pepper, Tar And A Touch Of Iodine.
Finish – Long And Warming. Smoky Ashes Of The Peat Fire.
Beinn Dubh Black Mountain
Pronounced ‘Ben Doo’ And Meaning Black Mountain
After The Success Of Cu Dhub, The Black Whisky Made At Speyside For Danish Bottler Mac Y, The Distillery Has Decided To Launch Its Own Version. Beinn Dubh Translates As ‘Black Mountain’.
Nose – Caramel, Toasty, Soy, Walnut And Burnt Raisins.
Palate – Cold Coffee With Dark Brown Sugar, Vanilla And Dried Fruit.
Finish – Toffee And Chocolate Malt.
The Heart Of The Bowmore Range, The 12 Year Old Exhibits Some Beautiful Coastal Notes With A Gentle Peat, It Is The Balance That The Floral Element Presents That Makes This A Great Entry Bottling For Bowmore.
Nose – Orange Zest, Lemon Slices And Some Hay Before Becoming Rather Floral, Heather Smoke Now Competing With The Ash.
Palate – Lovely And Rounded, Honeyed Even, Initially. Vanilla, Perfumed Smoke And Coastal Elements Develop.
Finish – Smoky And Long. Sea Spray, Dry Grass, A Touch Of Ash And Citrus.