What's in a name? Islay 8 Year Old - As We Get It (Ian Macleod) whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Islay 8 Year Old - As We Get It (Ian Macleod) whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Quite sweet. Big on peat, toffee, barley. Crisp cereals, herbal.
Palate: Big and rich. Spices, supple peat, good sweetness.
Finish: Tarry, spices, oak. Long finish.
I have a bottle of your fine Whisky 8 year old 60.8% vol 106% proof. Is the only one left in the world or have you got loads of them? I would appreciate it if you would let me know where I could get another one.
28th August 2014
For an 8 year old whisky, this one is a wonderful whisky. Now, I'm not so deep in the game I can name you all the tastes or impressions, but I think that is because there are so many of them in this one, and it rivals several strong peaty whiskies I've tried that are both two and three times as old.
16th December 2013
dear anybody after runnin to scotland for 45 yrs from south yorkshire in trucks i once ran to applecross that was a run with 44 tons of pipes landlady at the applecross gave me adrink blew my head of it was fab tried a lot whisky over the years its the best iv ever tasted been retird for 3yrs doin my head in not comin to sctland every week dear sirs bugger travilin abroad poeple dont know what they are missin as we get it its blood fab phil re truck driver
8th October 2013