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Milk & Honey Young Single Malt Aged Spirit

(50cl, 46%)

Milk & Honey Young Single Malt Aged Spirit

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Milk & Honey Young Bottling Note

A young single malt spirit which isn't quite old enough to be called whisky yet from Milk & Honey Distillery in Tel Aviv. This spirit has been matured in three types of casks: ex-red wine, bourbon and casks that were previously used to hold a smoky Islay whisky, all leading towards a tasty and complex flavour profile.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Floral sweetness followed by smoky peat and maritime notes, orange peel, dried fruit and honeydew melon, with woody notes appearing on the finish.

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Milk & Honey Young Single Malt Aged Spirit Reviews

Good but nothing special… yet

A fine whiskey/spirit no doubt, but nothing to write home about. I would describe this as very bourbon like, a friend of mine said it’s similar to Jameson but with more bite. Worth the money for a sample to check it out but not sure if I’d buy a bottle for myself. It does make me curious about their longer aged examples however as this with a bit more time in the barrel could very well have potential.

11th May 2022

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