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Pointe Blanche Whisky

Distillerie St Palais in France makes the unique Pointe Blanche Whisky. This French whisky is double-matured. First, it ages in a continental cellar, then it moves to Oleron Island. This process gives it a rich, complex character. It's rare and has a distinct flavour, making it popular with whisky fans. Its aroma is strong and lasting, a key feature.

Making Pointe Blanche is careful work. It starts with French malted barley from the Cognac area. The barley is double distilled in a traditional copper still. The whisky first ages in new French and American oak barrels on the continent. After three years, it moves to old peated whisky barrels in an oyster hut on an Atlantic island. This gives it a sea-like quality.

Pointe Blanche's taste is complex. The smell is full and intricate, with cereals, slight peaty notes, pastry, nuts, and dried fruits. It tastes of malt with a woody, smoky base, ending with candied fruits. The finish has toasted bread and a salty hint. This whisky is best enjoyed on its own, either before or after a meal.

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