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Sorry, forgot to mention. Pobody's nerfect.
27th February 2017
(Clue: see what's for sale on this page... I'm guessing Donny Trump wrote the Dec 2016 review.)Originally marketed as a limited run (I've bottle number 25 - NOT bought from the distillery) this sold well and so inevitably was reintroduced as a longer, un-numbered run (I bought another so that I could drink it with a clear conscience - again NOT bought from the distillery).It's OK, nothing wrong with it, but otherwise unremarkable. I'd suggest there are plenty of genuine "old fashioned" style drops available (e.g. most expressions from Benromach, many from Glenfarclas) without having to buy this re-creation. On balance a mite expensive for a NAS from Ben Nevis - albeit, knowing MoM, I doubt you'll fine it cheaper elsewhere if you really want one (my bottle no. 25 will cost you £80 plus P&P :-)
Just got a bottle from the Ben nevis distillery today. Will give a full review when I finally open it. Was told it has a strong peat taste.Not sure when I'll get around to tasting as I have a few lower grade whisky to drink first
21st February 2017
Bought a bottle of this from the distillery back in 2013 (I think?). A nice strong whisky, & always worth a wee dram.It will not be to everybody's taste....
5th January 2017
This 13 year old (no age statement, but told by the tour guides at the shop afterwards) singlemalt is very fullbodied. It's supposed to the original recipe of the single malt whisky that the founder of the Ben Nevis Distillery created in his time. No caramel coloring, the rich and dark color arrives from the relatively high amounts of charcoal in the whisky. And you can taste that! It's not really a peaty taste, but has more like a charcoal-esque flavor to it.Nice, quite "heavy" whisky which is really worth the trouble getting if you're anywhere near the distillery!
20th December 2016