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Big Peat Whisky

(70cl, 46%)

Big Peat

Big Peat Bottling Note

A big bodied blended malt from Islay. It comprises malt whisky from Caol Ila, Bowmore, Ardbeg and Port Ellen. Big Peat is a great whisky with lots of peaty character.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Warm slabs of tangy peat. Hints of chocolate, coffee and cedar with spices, walnuts and almond. A touch of cinnamon with oily smoke.

Palate Simple, easy going, but delicious. Notes of heavy smoke, cut grass, peanut, spices and peat.

Finish Quite abrupt with cut grass, coastal notes and smoke.

Reviews for Big Peat
Peat Bomb
I had fancied trying this for some time. I do enjoy a peaty whisky and have a particular fondness for Longrow.
I was mighty impressed with another of Douglas Laing's blends earlier in the year and so tried this. Absolutely brilliant stuff!
I have now ordered this year's Big Peat at Christmas.
Rob de J , United Kingdom
12 days ago
Amazingly strong and flavourful. Very peat-forward (obviously), but surprisingly sweet at first, then turns into a savoury, salty, smoky whisky. My #1 whisky
Jan M , Czech Republic
4 months ago
Excellent value
Always consistently strong and a quality offering to Islay fans
Master of Malt Customer
6 months ago
Simply sublime. Blown away by the quality of this blended malt
Master of Malt Customer
7 months ago
Lovely mix of sweet and peat
A real find. I love the sweetness and get orange on first sip but it’s got full bore Islay taste. As it’s cheaper than any of its lovely constituents I think it’s a bargain. Off to Islay next week and looking forward to trying more of its donors.
Chris D , United Kingdom
7 months ago
Thoroughly good and delicious with lashings of Islay charm
Master of Malt Customer
8 months ago
Blown away - in a good way
My new favourite Islay whisky
Master of Malt Customer
9 months ago
Great great stuff
15 out of 10. This is a must for Islay fans
Master of Malt Customer
10 months ago
Great aroma to fire up the palate. I was at one end of a table for 12 and the far end people picked up the aroma as soon as I sat down. And then tasted the peat. Yummie.
Why would you add a mixer to a malt??
Peter L , New Zealand
one year ago
Good on its own
Very nice on its own - goes down easily and has plenty of peat. But not a huge fan of the underlying sweetness. If you add a mixer that sweetness becomes overwhelming. Still, would recommend for sipping!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago

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