The Ileach Cask Strength
Ileach Cask Strength Details
(Highlands and Islands Whisky Company)
Also from Highlands And Islands Whisky Company Distillery
Whisky or Whiskey
Interesting fact… The Ileach Cask Strength whisky spells its name whisky as it originates in Scotland. Had it been produced in America its name would be The Ileach Cask Strength whiskey, instead of whisky.
Ileach Cask Strength Bottling Note
A great Islay single malt from an unnamed distillery. The Ileach always scores well with the critics, this cask strength edition was awarded a mindblowingly high 97 points by Jim Murray in his Whisky Bible. He describes as easily being a whisky of the year contender.
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Either Ardbeg or Laphroaig.
Well, it reminds me of two great whiskies: Corryvreckan and Quarter Cask. Am I right?
13th April 2014
Even better,just had my first dram! Don't buy this as I want it all!!!!!!!
1st January 2014
Often overlooked by the islaphile because it comes from a secret distillery. This is however a mistake, its huge, peaty, medicinal, chalky, salty seaweed, pure elemental. As raw and unforgiving as the north sea wonderful stuff if you're a peat head.
8th September 2013
Its Cask Strength !!!
Don't forget that Cask Strength needs a little more water than normal. Hence the brutal and rough comments
19th December 2012
Ragpot recommends this
Brutal - but braw !
Having never heard of this before my birthday, the wife turned up this for me from our local deli so my expectation was low. Could not have been more unprepared for what is a head blow of peat of rambo strength. The nose is huge, the colour deep, the mounth a little rough but the reward is word try out. Have it in your collection as one to surprise.
14th June 2012
A very strong and peaty spirit, reminiscent of Lagavullin. The taste and aroma is immense and lingers in the mouth. It is a bit brutal though and not a smooth as some.
9th April 2012
This is one of the most pungent whiskies I have tried! It punches well above its price. Peat levels are massive, way beyond those of even an Uigedail. The drawback with this dram is that it lacks finesse and isn't very refined but it is well worth a try.
14th March 2011